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Implementation of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework with COBIT® 5 [P-ICSF3]

Supporting seminar for the implementation of the Cybersecurity Framework in practice, based on COBIT5 principles and processes.

Main Topics

Cybersecurity is becoming an urgent issue due to the new trends in technology and mobility and the further increase in the interconnection of data and systems. This is on the agenda of top management as well as on all levels of the company hierarchy. On the one hand, cybersecurity is a sub-area of general information security, but on the other hand it also has very specific facets that require trained professionals.

It makes sense to align cybersecurity with all aspects of information security in the company. Particularly from the perspective of governance, management and quality assurance, the security concept is to be understood as a permanent transitional state that must meet all stakeholder requirements through ongoing maintenance and continuous improvement.

This seminar supports you in implementing the Cybersecurity Framework based on COBIT5 principles and processes.

Goals

  • Overview Cybersecurity Framework (CSF)
  • CSF Steps
    • Prioritisation and definition of scope
    • Orientation
    • Create current profiles
    • Implementation of a risk assessment
    • Create target profile
    • Identify, analyse and prioritise gaps
    • Implementation
    • CSF Review
    • CSF Life Cycle Management
Requirements

No formal requirements.

Target Audience

  • IT Security Managers
  • Cyber Security Managers
  • IT Operations Security
  • IAM Managers
  • IT Governance Specialists

Certificate

Implementing NIST using COBIT® 5 Certificate, awarded by APMG and ISACA

Exam language English

 

Teaching Materials

Teaching materials in English

Implementing NIST folder includes:

  • Student workbook
  • Training slides
  • Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity
  • Sample exam questions

Original book:

  • Cybersecurity Fundamentals Study Guide
  • Transforming Cybersecurity Using COBIT 5

Inhouse

Can also be held as an internal seminar for groups of 6 or more

Contact Us

Questions about this seminar or requests for an inhouse offer: academy@glenfis.ch

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