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BCS-ISEB Practitioner - Information Risk Management

Security and risk management practitioners involved in the practical implementation of risk analysis and management for information systems. Business managers and risk decision makers who need a good understanding of information risk analysis, assessment and management disciplines in order to make business risk decisions aligned with corporate governance principles.

Learning Objectives

To enable delegates with the ability to accurately analyse, assess and manage the risk to business information systems.
To prepare delagates for the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Information Risk Management.

Pre-Requisites

There are no formal entry requirements for this course or qualification but candidates will need an understanding of information assurance.

Course Content

Concepts and importance of information risk management

The information risk management environment

Stages of information risk management

Action and implementation

Information classification schemes

Exams & Certification

This is a two hour closed book written exam, comprising of two sections. The first section will contain open questions based on a scenario. The second section will consist of 10 multiple choice questions covering the core areas of the syllabus. Candidates will need to achieve a pass mark of 65% in both sections in order to pass the exam.

The BCS Examination is sat on the final day of the course.

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