A-14 ISO 27000 & Information Security Risk Management
Global reports indicate a rise in computer-related crime, referred to as cybercrime or computer crime. Consequently, organizations lose billions of dollars annually, $1 trillion in 2013. In Kenya, the banking sector is deemed to have lost KES 5 billion in the same period due to the failure of cybersecurity controls.
Experience shows that organizations with proactive information security approaches reduce the chances of loss due to cybercrime. Information security management offers a systematic approach to address cyber-related risks. The ISO27001 offers a reference and guidance to best practices in information security management.
This course draws upon leading practices in information security management both from practical and theoretical approaches as captured in the standard. It will also draw upon instructors’ extensive experience in the field.
Use the enrollment form below: