The CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) certification is the primary certification for information security professionals who manage, design, oversee and/or assess an enterprise’s information security.
In comparison to other certifications, CISM covers a wide body of knowledge. It is therefore recommended by the sponsoring organization, ISACA, that those sitting for the CISM certification attend a training session.
InfoSec Instituteoffers the most comprehensive CISM review course in 5 day boot camp format for those wishing to thoroughly prepare for the CISM exam. Every student attending the CISM Boot Camp progresses through a number of skill checks to ensure knowledge is retained. The instructors for the CISM Boot Camp are certified with the CISM designation, and many of them serve on local ISACA boards. Check with an account representative for instructor credentials.
InfoSec Institute helps you achieve the prestigious CISM certification via our highly popular 5 day CISM Boot Camp. Our bootcamp is specifically designed to cover the new material that will be on the 2012 exams.
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The Certified Information Security Manager® (CISM®) certification program is developed specifically for experienced information security managers and those who have information security management responsibilities. The CISM certification is for the individual who manages, designs, oversees and/or assesses an enterprise’s information security (IS).
The CISM certification promotes international practices and provides executive management with assurance that those earning the designation have the required experience and knowledge to provide effective security management and consulting services. Individuals earning the CISM certification become part of an elite peer network, attaining a one-of-a-kind credential.
The CISM job practice also defines a global job description for the information security manager and a method to measure existing staff or compare prospective new hires.
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We have compiled a collection of CISM information at InfoSec Resources. Some of the articles and features that may be of interest include:
Although demand for cyber security professionals is exceeding supply, when it comes to finding employment there are plenty of additional qualifications that give candidates the leading edge in getting the best positions. While many universities offer a range of information technology and computer science degrees, very few actually cover the critical component of security. Of […]
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According to ISACA, the CISM certification is changing to reflect the new CISM job practice analysis. (Source: ISACA’s CISM Review Manual 2012 p. iii) ISACA has reformatted the CISM changing it from five domains to four domains. They have combined the Information Security Program Development and Information Security Program Management domains into one domain entitled […]
Incident management (IM) is a necessary part of a security program. When effective, it mitigates business impact, identifies weaknesses in controls, and helps fine-tune response processes. Traditional IM approaches, however, are not always effective in a partially or completely virtualized data center. Consequently, some aspects of incident management and response processes require review and adjustment […]
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CISM Chapter 5 – Incident Management and Response Incident Management and Response (IM&R) accounts for 14 percent of the CISM exam or about 28 questions. This is the final domain covered in the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) material. In my opinion it’s the most important. Most important because if you can’t recover from an […]
CISM Chapter 4 – Information Security Program Management (ISPM) In Chapter 3 we talked about Information Security Program Development, in Chapter 4 we’re going to talk about the management of that security program which we just developed. ISPM accounts for 24 percent of the CISM exam or about 48 questions. As you can see ISACA […]
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