Practical Risk Methods Certificate
Throughout the Practical Risk Methods Certificate the learner will review techniques for better comparison and measurement of risks. Risk management success is predicated on consistent and effective estimates of organizational assets and risks. This training will first focus on considerations for estimating the value of an asset to business operations. After assets have been valued, we will explore various methods for calculating risk. Topics are presented from a practical perspective decoupled from any particular risk management framework or standard.
This certificate includes the following modules: 1) Calculating Asset Value 2) Calculating Qualitative and Quantitative Risks 3) Ranking Risks 4) Gap Analysis
Audience or Who Should Take This Certificate
Security professionals working in a variety of industries and global regions.
Working knowledge of security practices and principles.
How This Certificate Works
In this certificate learners will review techniques for better comparison and measurement of risks focused on methods for calculating value while assessing and prioritizing risk. Throughout the course, practitioners will be exposed to qualitative and quantitative methods in order to foster consistent and effective estimates of organizational assets and risks. Topics are presented from a practical perspective decoupled from any particular risk management framework or standard.
Throughout this certificate learners will be asked to work through and complete the following activities:
- Video-based content
- Text-based content
- Interactive Graphics
- Knowledge Checks
- Summary Checks
CPE credits earned for this course may be eligible for continuing professional education credits for non-ISC2 certifications. Please visit the continuing education requirements established by the credentialing organization for eligibility.
Members: Starting January 1st, 2022, CPE Credits for ISC2 credentials will be reported by Member Services on the 1st of every month. Please allow 10 business days for processing. Courses completed prior to 1/1/2022 will need to be self-reported by members and associates through the ISC2 CPE Portal accessible via www.isc2.org using your member login credentials.
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