In today’s business world, information security incidents are considered to be uncertain risks which can seriously damage a business. Thus, organizations must take actions to promptly identify, evaluate and effectively manage the incidents. The ISO/IEC 27035 Information Security Incident Management is an international standard that provides best practices and guidelines for conducting a strategic incident management plan and preparing for an incident response.
The ISO/IEC 27035 Information Security Incident Management delivers the prime principles of security to prevent and respond effectively to information security incidents. In addition, the ISO/IEC 27035 incorporates specific processes for managing information security incidents, events, and potential vulnerabilities.
After completing this course, you can sit for the exam and apply for the “PECB Certificate Holder in ISO/IEC 27035 Foundation” certificate. A PECB Foundation Certificate shows that you have understood the fundamental methodologies, requirements, and management approach.
Who it is addressed to
The ISO/IEC 27035 Foundation training course is intended for:
- Individuals interested in Information Security Incident Management process approaches
- Individuals seeking to gain knowledge about the main principles and concepts of Information Security Incident Management
- Individuals interested to pursue a career in Information Security Incident Management
Contents of the ISO 27035 Foundation course
- Understand the basic concepts of Information Security Incident Management
- Acknowledge the correlation between ISO/IEC 27035 and other standards and regulatory frameworks
- Understand the process approaches used to effectively manage Information Security Incidents
BITIL.COM lecturers are accredited (Accredited Trainer) by the international training body to teach and supervise exams; specialists in Information Security and Incident Management, they are professionals with many years of experience in best practice adoption projects in medium and large Organization, able to transfer a software vendor-independent and totally business-oriented implementation approach.