Certified In Risk And Information Systems Control – Part Two
This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics and understandings of risk management, as a whole, and the process and goals of the risk management process as a second course in a series of five courses on risk management.
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Risk management is a challenge for most organizations. This course addresses the key parts of the risk management process starting with risk identification. The course first examines the factors that influence risk, from management attitudes and awareness to laws and standards.
Next, you will learn about how to identify asset values, threats, and vulnerabilities in your organization. Last, you will learn about management’s responsibilities when it comes to risk identification.
By the end of this course, you will understand how to perform risk identification in your organization.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for Managers and IT professionals.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned about part two of risk and information systems control certification.
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Section 1 - Key Topics And The Learning Objectives
The Methodology Of Risk Management
Section 2 - The Methodology Of Risk Identification
Methods To Identify Risk
IT Risk Identification Objective
Section 3 - Gathering Risk Data And Culture
Gathering Risk Data And Culture
Determination Of Risk Acceptance Levels
Section 4 - Ethics, Laws, And Standards
Standards And Best Practices
Section 5 - Asset Values, Threats, And Vulnerabilities
Threats And Vulnerabilities
Risk Related To Business Processes And Risk Scenarios
Section 6 - Management Responsibilities And Awareness
Risk Acceptance And Risk Tolerance
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