Learn Cybersecurity Management
The Cybersecurity Management skill path teaches you governance and risk management related to cybersecurity. You'll learn about developing and managing a security program, enterprise security operations, incident management, compliance and more.
Cybersecurity Management training
This learning path takes a deep dive into cybersecurity management. As you progress through 30 courses, you’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of managing a security program, including implementing security policies and procedures, performing vulnerability and risk assessments, planning for business continuity and disaster recovery, and using a variety of technical tools and controls for asset security, access control, threat detection and more. Upon completion, you’ll have a broad range of knowledge related to managing a cybersecurity program that you can carry over to your next job role or project.
Learning path components
Security & Privacy Policies and Procedures
IR, BC and DR Planning and Procedures
Effective Incident Management
Controls, Metrics and Monitoring
Security Program Activities
Incident Response and Recovery Procedures
Securing Communications and Collaboration Solutions
Security Program Architecture
Vulnerability Assessment Methods and Tools
Monitoring and Communication
Software Vulnerabilities and Security Controls
Asset Classification and Operational Considerations
Risk Metric Scenarios
Risk Mitigation Strategies and Controls
Business Continuity Planning
Business and Industry Influences and Risks
Strategy and Implementation
Implementation Action Plan
IS Resources and Constraints
Information Security Strategy
IS Roles and Responsibilities
Introduction to IS Governance
Preventative & Detective Measures
Computer Crime Investigations
Access Control Fundamentals
What you’ll learn.
- Information security governance
- Risk and vulnerability assessments
- Security metrics and controls
- Incident response and recovery
- Security strategies and frameworks
- Security program activities and architecture
- And more!
Who is this for?
At least two to three years of information security experience is recommended.
This skill path is designed for:
- Cybersecurity managers
- Security architects
- Security engineers
- Anyone with a desire to build their security management skills!
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