Learning Path

Cybersecurity Management

Learn about the governance and risk management related to cybersecurity.

What you will learn

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.

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Risk Management

Course — 00:49:20

K0002, K0005, K0047, K0048, K0162, K0165, K0169, K0214, K0295, K0455, K0527

Dive deep into risk management, including risk frameworks, assessments and modeling, as well as employee security awareness, vendor security and other issues.

Security Policies

Course — 00:22:31

K0004, K0006, K0157, K0169, K0215, K0242, K0243, K0264

Explore security policies and control frameworks and how they help drive the overall security of an organization.

Asset Security

Course — 00:39:36

K0049, K0065, K0083, K0195, K0287, K0377, K0622

Learn how to secure sensitive data, including managing and classifying data, working with data at rest and in transit, and implementing data security controls.

Access Control Fundamentals

Course — 01:37:36

K0007, K0033, K0056, K0065, K0071, K0104, K0158, K0179, K0211, K0332, K0336, K0452, K0488, S0023, S0031

Take a deep dive into one of the fundamental concepts of security: access control. Learn how to give the right people access to the right information in a secure way.

Computer Crime Investigations

Course — 00:32:17

K0017, K0118, K0122, K0123, K0125, K0128, K0133, K0155, K0156, K0184, K0222, K0251, K0304, K0433

Refresh your knowledge of cybercrime investigations with this overview course covering the investigation process and the discovery of digital evidence.

Preventative & Detective Measures

Course — 00:39:25

K0004, K0006, K0049, K0073, K0074, K0132, K0145, K0167, K0205, K0275, K0480, K0487, K0488, K0561

Explore ways to prevent cyber threats from impacting your organization, and learn how to quickly detect the threats that do slip through your defenses.

Disaster Recovery

Course — 00:36:21

K0006, K0021, K0026, K0032, K0150, K0210, K0292, K0399, K0519, K0527

Don’t let a lack of preparedness compound the effects of a disaster. Learn how to create and test a disaster recovery plan in this six-video course.

Introduction to IS Governance

Course — 00:11:22


Three videos provide an introduction to information security governance, including the use of governance and why it is important for an organization.

IS Roles and Responsibilities

Course — 00:06:04


Refresh your knowledge of information security roles and responsibilities with three videos on key roles and responsibilities, risk management and associated topics.

Information Security Strategy

Course — 00:21:25

K0002, K0101, K0146, K0293, K0432

Five videos take you through the core tenets of information security strategy, including strategy elements and metrics.

IS Resources and Constraints

Course — 00:12:17

K0002, K0007, K0065, K0072, K0199, K0200, K0496, K0501, K0527

Information security resources and constraints are examined in this two-video course covering personnel, organizational structure and more.

Implementation Action Plan

Course — 00:11:31

K0054, K0121, K0198, K0258, K0501

Two videos help you review action plan types, action plan implementation strategies and information security program objectives.

Strategy and Implementation

Course — 00:17:07

K0002, K0006, K0165, K0263, K0527

Take a fresh look at risk management strategy and implementation. Includes vocabulary, phases and tips for effective information risk management.

Business and Industry Influences and Risks

Course — 00:15:37

K0002, K0146, K0527

Brush up on your knowledge of business and industry influences and risks with this course on enterprise risk management (ERM) and business models.

Security & Privacy Policies and Procedures

Course — 00:24:27

K0002, K0003, K0004, K0026, K0048, K0101, K0199, K0260, K0261, K0262, K0267, K0527

This course helps you refresh your knowledge of security and privacy policies and procedures.

Risk Mitigation Strategies and Controls

Course — 00:26:11

K0002, K0004, K0048, K0148, K0165, K0169, K0194, K0267, K0527, K0556

Dive into risk mitigation strategies and controls with this course on risk scenarios, responses and more.

Risk Metric Scenarios

Course — 00:12:56

K0002, K0183, K0527

This course on risk metric scenarios covers analyzing scenarios to secure enterprises and reviewing existing security.

Risk Assessment

Course — 00:17:16

K0002, K0006, K0149, K0165, K0263

Two videos take you through risk assessment methodologies, vocabulary and examples.

Asset Classification and Operational Considerations

Course — 00:10:20

K0021, K0090, K0154, K0195, K0211, K0267, K0270, K0287, K0291

Review asset classification and operational considerations in five videos, covering vocabulary, diagrams, key terms and important takeaways.

Software Vulnerabilities and Security Controls

Course — 00:37:04

K0005, K0049, K0070, K0140, K0624

In this course, we take you through the fundamentals of software vulnerabilities and security controls.

Monitoring and Communication

Course — 00:06:36


Enhance your risk management skills with three videos on risk monitoring and communication.

Vulnerability Assessment Methods and Tools

Course — 00:21:13

K0005, K0006, K0013, K0106, K0177, K0301, K0342

This course helps you broaden your understanding of vulnerability assessment and tools, including tool lists and test types.

Security Program Architecture

Course — 00:22:06

K0006, K0047, K0087, K0121

Information security program architecture is reviewed and dissected in ten videos. Controls, objectives, program elements and more provide a strong foundation for an aspiring security manager.

Securing Communications and Collaboration Solutions

Course — 00:14:55

K0136, K0445, K0446

Secure your communications and collaboration solutions with this course covering BYOD, mobile device management and more.

Incident Response and Recovery Procedures

Course — 00:16:58

K0021, K0026, K0041, K0042, K0118, K0125, K0128, K0132, K0133, K0150, K0292

Prepare for possible trouble with this course on incident response and recovery procedures, including designing systems to facilitate incident response.

Security Program Activities

Course — 00:19:31

K0002, K0006, K0065, K0121, K0154, K0165, K0230, K0263, K0264, K0317, K0381, K0579

Explore security program activities with two videos on business case development, program development, documentation and more.

Controls, Metrics and Monitoring

Course — 00:17:07

K0002, K0007, K0065, K0622

Take a closer look at what tools you have with this course on controls, metrics and monitoring for security managers.

Effective Incident Management

Course — 00:25:21

K0042, K0150, K0292, K0381

Review effective incident management with eight videos on metrics, response procedures and more.

IR, BC and DR Planning and Procedures

Course — 00:28:23

K0026, K0041, K0042, K0146, K0150, K0231, K0292, K0381, K0399

The fundamentals of incident response, business continuity and disaster recovery are explored in six videos.

The details

Learning path insights

How to claim CPEs

Should you complete this learning path, you’ll be able to download a certificate of completion. Use this to claim your CPEs or CPUs.

Associated NICE Work Roles

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  • Exploitation Analyst

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