Did you know that ISO 27001 qualifications are among the most popular in the world? The Standard describes best practice for an ISMS (information security management system), and achieving an accredited qualification demonstrates to current and future employers that you take cyber security seriously. This is more important than ever with the imminent arrival of new data protection laws, such as the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
An ISO 27001 qualification will give you the practical skills needed to implement and audit an ISMS, making it ideal for anyone pursuing a career in information security.
The Standard has seen a massive boost in popularity across the Gulf in recent years, with the number of certificates more than doubling between 2012 and 2017 in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar.
Our ISO27001 Certified ISMS Foundation Online course is the ideal starting point for all prospective ISO 27001 project managers and auditors, or anyone who wishes to build a career in information security management.
This one-day course runs on 29 January 2019.
What will you learn?
Developed by the team that led the world’s first ISO 27001 certification project, our course gives you a complete introduction to the Standard and an overview of the key implementation activities.
This one-day course is delivered by an experienced ISO 27001 practitioner, and combines formal training, practical exercises and relevant case studies. You’ll be shown how to identify risks associated with cyber crime and given an overview of:
- Available standard and management system documentation;
- ISO 27001 and its application;
- The key elements of ISMS implementation project planning;
- The core elements of an ISMS;
- The key steps in an ISO 27001 risk assessment; and
- The ISO 27001 Annex A controls.
IT Governance has helped more than 7,000 professionals across the globe learn about ISO 27001. Our online training option allows you to study wherever you’re based and from the comfort of your own home or office.
“A version of this blog was originally published on 2 February 2018.”