ISO/IEC 27001 is one of the world's most popular standards and this ISO certification is very sought after, as it demonstrates a company can be trusted with information because it has sufficient controls in place to protect it.
Google, Apple, Adobe, Oracle and many other tech giants, financial institutions, health services providers, insurance companies, education institutions, manufacturing and service companies, large and small business around the world have decided to implement this standard and to get this certification as a proof of their capability to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information they process.
My course explains the requirements of ISO/IEC 27001 along with the controls in Annex A of this standard to help you understand how an information security management system can be implemented, what are the requirements of this standard and what are the solutions to ensure conformity.
My course is structured into 2 parts:
- the first one is about the management system requirements of ISO/IEC 27001. Context of the organization, leadership, information security policy and objectives, information security risk assessment and treatment, competence and awareness, documented information, operational planning and control, internal audit, management review, nonconformity and corrective action along with all the other requirements of the standard are discussed.
- the second part of the course is all about the controls from Annex A of ISO/IEC 27001 - there are 114 information security controls and all are addressed in the lessons. The topics cover aspects like: Information security policies, organization of information security, mobile devices and teleworking, security of human resources, asset management, classification of information, media handling, access control, user responsibilities, system and application access control, cryptography, physical and environmental security, equipment security, operations security, protection from malware, backup, logging and monitoring, control of operational software, technical vulnerability management, communications security, network security management, information transfer, system acquisition, development and maintenance, security in development and support, supplier relationships, incident management, information security as part of business continuity management, redundancies and compliance.
After going through all the lessons of this course you will have a solid knowledge of what is required for an information security management system, how can an organization implement such a system and get certified to ISO/IEC 27001.
With the information here you can:
- work as a consultant for the implementation of this system in different companies;
- participate in audits (internal or external) on ISO/IEC 27001;
- work in a company that implemented an information security management system or
- if you are manager or owner of a business you will know what is the international standard for information security and start implementing it in your company.
If none of the options above suits your profile you can use the information in my course for awareness on information security and get to know what are the security requirements that so many organizations around the world have decided to adopt.
From my course you will get condensed information that you can re-visit anytime you need and after going through this course Udemy offers the possibility to download a certificate for successful completion so you can demonstrate your competence in the information security field.
Why the need for information security? The standards ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27001 and structure of the course.
Learn about the CIA tirad (Confidentiality - Integrity - Availability) and and what are: riks management, vulnerability and threats.
About the other standards that are part of the ISO/IEC 27000 family and address specific aspects of information security.
Internal and external issues that affect the information security management system, the needs and expectations of interested parties.
How to define the scope (activities and locations) where the ISMS is implemented.
Learn about the requirements for active involvement of the top management for the information security management system.
The information security policy sets the general direction of the company with regards to information security. But there are a few requirements about this policy.
Top management defines roles, responsibilties and authorities to staff as part as its commitment for information security.
About defining a methodology for risk assessment, evaluate threats and vulnerabilities to information assets, calculate risks and estimate risk levels and designate information security risk owners.
About defining controls to treat risks, elaborating a statement of applicability and a risk treatment plan and calculating residual risk.
About setting information security objective and monitoring their achievement.
About determining the need for competence, ensuring that people are competent and taking actions for people to acquire required competence. Implementing an awareness program for information security.
About ensuring that there are adequate communication channels for both internal and external communications related to information security.
Documents required by ISO/IEC 27001 for the information security management system and how to protect the documented information.
The organization shall plan, implement and control the processes needed to meet information security requirements and implement the actions decided following the risk assessment.
About what the organization should measure and monitor and the requirement to analyse and evaluate the data collected.
The requirements for auditing internally the information security management system. Audit programme, audit plans, checklists, reports, requirements for the internal audit team.
About the planned meetings to review the effectiveness and suitablity of the information security management system. Input and output elements to the management review.
The process to manage nonconformities - correcting the nonconformities and dealing with consequences, review to identify root cause, implementation of corrective actions and evaluate their effectiveness.
Information security policies - top level policy and lower level information security policies as required by ISO/IEC 27001.
Cristian is an experienced auditor, consultant and trainer who has been working in conformity evaluation for more than 15 years,
Passionate about standards and how their use can help organizations improve, Cristian has been involved in more than 500 audits in different European countries as well as numerous consulting projects on different standards.
A certified auditor and risk assessor, Cristian held top management positions in a major certification body and today he is the managing director of RIGCERT.