ISO 27005 Lead Risk Manager
ISO/IEC 27005 provides a risk management framework for organizations to manage information security risks. Specifically, it provides guidelines on identifying, analyzing, evaluating, treating, and monitoring information security risks. The standard supports the guidelines of ISO 31000 and is particularly helpful for organizations aiming to safeguard their information assets and achieve information security objectives. A risk management process based on ISO/IEC 27005 involves the establishment of an iterative risk assessment approach, implementation of risk treatment options, continual communication and consultation with interested parties, monitoring and review of the risk management process, and documentation of risk management processes and results.
ISO/IEC 27005 can be really helpful for organizations that seek to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 27001 regarding risk management. By establishing a risk management process based on ISO/IEC 27005, organizations increase the effectiveness of their ISMS, address information security risks, and establish appropriate information security risk management practices.
ISO 27005 Lead Risk Manager
Risk management is an essential component of any information security program. An effective information security risk management program enables organizations to detect, address, mitigate, and even prevent information security risks.
The ISO/IEC 27005 Lead Risk Manager training course provides an information security risk management framework based on ISO/IEC 27005 guidelines, which also supports the general concepts of ISO/IEC 27001. The training course also provides participants with a thorough understanding of other best risk management frameworks and methodologies, such as OCTAVE, EBIOS, MEHARI, CRAMM, NIST, and Harmonized TRA.
The PECB ISO/IEC 27005 Lead Risk Manager certificate demonstrates the individual has acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to successfully perform the processes needed for effectively managing information security risks. It also proves that the individual is able to assist organizations in maintaining and continually improving their information security risk management program.
- Information Security risk managers
- Information Security team members
- Individuals responsible for Information Security, compliance, and risk within an organization
- Individuals implementing ISO/IEC 27001, seeking to comply with ISO/IEC 27001 or individuals who are involved in a risk
- IT consultants
- IT professionals
- Information Security officers
- Privacy officers
Day 1: Introduction to ISO 27005, concepts and implementation of a risk management program
- Course objectives and structure
- Standard and regulatory framework
- Concepts and definitions of risk
- Implementing a risk management programme
- Context establishment
Day 3: Information Security Risk Acceptance, Communication, Consultation, Monitoring and Review
- Information security risk acceptance
- Information security risk communication and consultation
- Information security risk monitoring and review
Day 4: Risk Assessment Methodologies
- OCTAVE Method
- MEHARI Method
- EBIOS Method
- Harmonized Threat and Risk Assessment (TRA) Method
- Applying for certification and closing the training
Day 5: Certification Exam