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Risk is something ever present in business and the field of cybersecurity, but far too often organizations fail to proactively manage risk. Regardless of the framework or model used, every organization makes its own determination of what constitutes risk and the level of risk they are willing to accept. However, there are commonalities among the terms, concepts, and skills needed to measure and manage risk. This Express Learning course presents the foundational terms, concepts, and skills needed to communicate and effectively integrate risk management strategies into workplace practices.
This course leverages video content from EJ4, LLC Business School Library.
This course includes the following two (2) modules: 1) Risk Management Basics 2) Managing Risk
Audience or Who Should Take This Course
Cybersecurity professionals interested in learning the fundamentals of risk management and how these concepts apply to the field of cybersecurity, particularly those working in an office setting.
No prerequisite knowledge is required, although an understanding of security concepts and principles is recommended.
How This Course Works
Throughout this video-based course, learners experience the following activities:
- Video-based content
- Text-based content
- Outlined processes
- Additional resources
- Mini-Case application of knowledge
- Knowledge Checks, Summary checks, and Final Assessment
CPE credits for (ISC)² credentials must be self-reported by members and associates through the (ISC)² CPE Portal accessible via www.isc2.org using your member login credentials.
CPE credits earned for this course may be eligible for continuing professional education credits for non-(ISC)² certifications. Please visit the continuing education requirements established by the credentialing organization for eligibility.
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