ISACA Certification

ISACA Certification: IT Audit, Security, Governance and Risk

Earn an ISACA certification and enhance your professional credibility. A CISA, CISM, CGEIT or CRISC after your name confirms to employers that you possess the experience and knowledge to meet the challenges of the modern enterprise. Get recognized as an expert in your profession with a globally recognized ISACA certification, you hold the power to move ahead in your career, increase your earning potential and add value to any enterprise.


  1. COBIT5
  2. CISA
  3. CRISC
  4. CGEIT
  5. CISM



COBIT5 Foundation Course

COBIT 5 is the only business framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT. Launched in April 2012, COBIT 5 helps maximize the value of information by incorporating the latest thinking in enterprise governance and management techniques, and provides globally accepted principles, practices, analytical tools and models to help increase the trust in, and value from, information systems.

COBIT 5 builds and expands on COBIT 4.1 by integrating other major frameworks, standards and resources, including ISACA’s Val IT and Risk IT, Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL®) and related standards from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

COBIT 5 helps enterprises of all sizes:

  • Maintain high-quality information to support business decisions
  • Achieve strategic goals and realize business benefits through the effective and innovative use of IT
  • Achieve operational excellence through reliable, efficient application of technology
  • Maintain IT-related risk at an acceptable level
  • Optimize the cost of IT services and technology
  • Support compliance with relevant laws, regulations, contractual agreements and policies
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Business Management, IT /IS Auditors, Information Security and IT Practitioners, Consultants, IT/IS Management,   Anyone wishing to achieve the COBIT 5 Foundation Certification. This course is also useful for those who want to gain knowledge of the scope and structure of COBIT 5 or want to improve IT Governance in their or their clients’ organizations. 


There are no mandatory prerequisites; however, work experience in governance, process improvement or IT services is recommended.

What You Will Learn

  • The major drivers for the development of COBIT 5
  • The business benefits of using COBIT 5
  • The COBIT 5 Product Architecture
  • The IT management issues and challenges that affect enterprises
  • The 5 Key Principles of COBIT 5 for the governance and management of Enterprise IT
  • How COBIT 5 ENABLES IT to be governed and managed in a holistic manner for the entire enterprise
  • How the COBIT 5 processes and the Process reference Model (PRM) help guide the creation of the 5 Principles and the 7 Governance and Management Enablers
  • The basic concepts for the Implementation of COBIT 5
  • The basic concepts of the new Process Assessment Model
  • The COBIT 5 guides and how they interrelate

Course Outline

This is a three day course with certification exam. The course outline includes the following:
1. Overview & Key Features of COBIT 5

  • The business case for COBIT 5
  • The key differences between COBIT 4.1 and COBIT 5

2. The COBIT 5 Principles

  • Meeting Stakeholder Needs
  • Covering the Enterprise End to End
  • Applying a Single Integrated Framework
  • Enabling a Holistic Approach
  • Separating Governance From Management

3. The COBIT 5 Enablers

  • Principles, Policies, and Frameworks
  • Processes
  • Organizational Structures
  • Culture, Ethics and Behavior
  • Information
  • Services, Infrastructure, and Applications
  • People, Skills, and Competencies

4. Introduction to COBIT 5 Implementation • What are the Drivers?

  • Where are we now?
  • Where do we want to be?
  • What needs to be done?
  • How do we get there?
  • Did we get there?
  • How do we keep the momentum going?

5. Process Capability Assessment Model

  • Essential elements of the model
  • Differences between the COBIT 4.1 Maturity Model and the COBIT 5 Process Capability Model
  • Performing a capability assessment

6. Representative Case Study
7. Exam Preparation
8. Foundation Exam


COBIT5 Implementation

Get a practical appreciation of how to apply COBIT 5 to specific business problems, pain points, trigger events and risk scenarios within the organization. Learn how to implement and apply COBIT 5 into your enterprise and how to effectively use it for client initiatives. Attendees will walk away with an appreciation of how to effectively use COBIT 5 for different organizational scenarios.

The course is supported by practical exercises and engaging case-based scenarios. Candidates learn how to apply the COBIT 5 continual improvement lifecycle approach to address requirements and establish and maintain a sustainable approach to governing and managing enterprise IT as “normal” business practice.


COBIT 5 provides the next generation of ISACA’s guidance on the enterprise governance and management of IT. It builds on more than 15 years of practical usage and application of COBIT by many enterprises and users from business, IT, risk, security and assurance communities. Today, more than ever, information and related technologies need to be governed, managed and operated in a holistic manner—with a single, integrated process model that provides end-to-end coverage of the roles, responsibilities and practices required.

COBIT 5 provides a comprehensive framework that assists enterprises in achieving their objectives for the governance and management of enterprise IT. It helps enterprises create optimal value from IT by maintaining a balance between realizing benefits and optimizing risk levels and resource use. COBIT 5 enables IT to be governed and managed in a holistic manner for the entire enterprise, taking in both the full end-to-end business and IT functional areas of responsibility, while considering the IT-related interests of internal and external stakeholders. COBIT 5 is generic, and is useful for enterprises of all sizes; whether commercial, not-for-profit or in the public sector.

Case Study

Scenario-driven learning has always been one of the key success factors of the ITpreneurs COBIT training approach, since it puts you in the right mind-set to apply the principles of COBIT in real life. The all-new case study takes this into account and builds on it by:

  • Providing more business-focused challenges through situations and cases.
  • Presenting a real world connect using situations that can occur in day-to-day life
  • Discussing the application of COBIT with others

Course Material

You will receive a printed copy of the classroom presentation materials and the printed course book, which contains additional reference material, such as the syllabus, glossary, process reference guide and the mock exam. You can download or purchase a hard copy of the ISACA COBIT 5 Implementation Guide from the ISACA Web site, 

About the Examination

The COBIT 5 Implementation examination paper consists of three booklets: the scenario booklet, question booklet and the answer (sheet) booklet. In total, there are four questions, each testing one syllabus area, in various formats (multiple choice, multiple response, matching responses and evaluating statements).

The pass mark for the Implementation exam is 50%. Each of the four questions contains 20 question lines, each of which attracts 1 mark, giving a total of 80 marks. Each of the four questions will be sub-divided into parts. Each of these ‘part-questions’ will identify the portion of the 20 marks allocated to it.

The exam is 150 minutes in duration.

You may reference their copy of the Implementation Guide during the examination.

Who Should Attend

A wide range of IT auditors, IT managers, IT quality professionals, IT leadership, IT developers, process practitioners and managers in IT service providing firms, business managers.


Successful Completion of the COBIT 5 Foundation Exam.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, you will gain competencies in:

  • How to analyze enterprise drivers
  • Implementation challenges, root causes and success factors
  • How to determine and assess current process capability
  • How to scope and plan improvements
  • Potential implementation pitfalls

Course Outline

Positioning IT Governance

  • Benefit Realization
  • Risk Optimization
  • Resource Optimization
  • Environmental Factors
  • IT Governance Frameworks
  • Applying IT Governance

Taking the First Steps

  • Environment for IT Governance Implementation
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • RACI Chart for Implementation
  • Life-cycle Approach and Phases
  • Pain Points and Trigger Events
  • Continual Improvement, Change Enablement and Program Management

What Are the Drivers?

  • Drivers for IT Governance
  • Key Role Players
  • Tasks, Inputs and Outputs
  • Challenges
  • Root Causes
  • Critical Success Factors
  • Continual Improvement, Change Enablement and Program Management

Where Are We Now? And Where Do We Want to Be?

  • Root Causes for Overcoming Implementation Challenges
  • Implementation Pitfalls
  • Target Capability
  • Identify Challenges
  • Encouraging Management
  • Defining Roles
  • Planning and Scoping
  • Continual Improvement, Change Enablement and Program Management

What needs to be done? And How do we get there?

  • Initiating the Program
  • Success Factors
  • Planning
  • Getting Commitment
  • Target Setting
  • Availability of Key Roles
  • Overcome Fear of Bureaucracy
  • Continual Improvement, Change Enablement and Program Management

Did we get there? And how do we keep the momentum going?

  • Adoption by Role Players
  • Demonstrating Benefits
  • Using Momentum
  • Continual Improvement, Change Enablement and Program Management


COBIT 5 Assessor Training 


Assess the Effectiveness of COBIT 5 in an Organisation
COBIT 5 is the internationally accepted best practice framework for IT governance and control. With a focus on managing processes, COBIT has helped organisations bridge the gaps between control requirements, regulatory compliance and business risks and to significantly increase the value of their investment in IT.

The COBIT 5 Assessor training course delivers the essential knowledge required to assess and audit the status of all COBIT 5 processes. This assessment provides the evidence-based management information required to measure process improvement, achievement of current or projected business goals, benchmarking, and organisational compliance.

To support the learning objectives of this course, al delegates will receive complementary copies of the following official ISACA publications:

  • COBIT Assessor Guide Using COBIT 5
  • COBIT Process Assessment Model (PAM) – Using COBIT 5


All individuals attending this course must have successfully completed the COBIT 5 Foundation training course and exam.

Who Should Attend

COBIT 5 Assessor is designed for:

  • IT Internal Auditors
  • IT External Auditors
  • IT Governance Managers
  • Independent consultants who advise on IT governance

What Will You Learn

Delegates attending this course will acquire the following knowledge and skills:

  • How to perform a process capability assessment using the COBIT 5 Assessor Guide
  • How to identify and assess roles and responsibilities
  • How to use the Process Assessment Model and Process Reference Model
    • To apply and analyse the measurement model in assessing process capability levels
    • To apply and analyse the capability dimension
  • How to perform and assess the 7 steps outlined in the Assessor Guide
    • Initiate a process assessment
    • Scope an assessment
    • Plan and brief the teams
    • Collect and validate the data
    • Perform process attribute rating
    • Report the findings of the assessment
    • How to use the self-assessment guide

Complete COBIT 5 Training Programme

Your Content
IT Governance Ltd is an official COBIT Training Partner approved by ISACA and APMG.
Our COBIT 5 Training Programme is designed to support the growing need in the UK for skilled and certified COBIT 5 practitioners and auditors. With Foundation, Implementation and Assessor courses, this programme provides an integrated ‘learning path’, enabling individuals to develop their COBIT 5 knowledge and obtain industry recognised ISACA qualifications.

COBIT 5 Assessor Exam
This course will prepare delegates for an examination which is taken on the last day of the training programme. Successful candidates will be awarded the ISACA COBIT 5 Assessor qualification.

Are there entry requirements?
All delegates attending this course must have knowledge of the COBIT 5 framework and have attended and passed the official COBIT 5 Foundation training course and exam.

Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)

The CISA designation is a globally recognized certification for IS audit control, assurance and security professionals. Being CISA-certified showcases your audit experience, skills and knowledge, and demonstrates you are capable to assess vulnerabilities, report on compliance and institute controls within the enterprise. The CISA Exam preparation course provides 5 days of comprehensive review of each of the 5 CISA job domains. Facilitators will engage attendees with case studies, scenarios and sample exam questions specific to each domain. Learn specific strategies, techniques and tips for taking and passing the exam.   Enquire For Price & Details

Course Outline

Day 1 - The Process of Auditing Information Systems

Attendees will:

  • Develop and implement a risk-based IT audit strategy in compliance with IT audit standards to ensure that key areas are included
  • Plan specific audits to determine whether information systems are protected, controlled and provide value to the organization
  • Conduct audits in accordance with IT audit standards to achieve planned audit objectives
  • Report audit findings and make recommendations to key stakeholders to communicate results and effect change when necessary
  • Conduct follow-ups or prepare status reports to ensure appropriate actions have been taken by management in a timely manner

Day 2 - IT Governance and Management of IT

Attendees will:

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the IT governance structure to determine whether IT decisions, directions and performance support the organization’s strategies and objectives.
  • Evaluate IT organizational structure and human resources (personnel) management to determine whether they support the organization’s strategies and objectives.
  • Evaluate the IT strategy, including the IT direction, and the processes for the strategy’s development, approval, implementation and maintenance for alignment with the organization’s strategies and objectives.
  • Evaluate the organization’s IT policies, standards, and procedures, and the processes for their development, approval, implementation, maintenance, and monitoring, to determine whether they support the IT strategy and comply with regulatory and legal requirements.
  • Evaluate the adequacy of the quality management system to determine whether it supports the organization’s strategies and objectives in a cost-effective manner.
  • Evaluate IT management and monitoring of controls (e.g., continuous monitoring, quality assurance [QA]) for compliance with the organization’s policies, standards and procedures.
  • Evaluate IT resource investment, use and allocation practices, including prioritization criteria, for alignment with the organization’s strategies and objectives.
  • Evaluate IT contracting strategies and policies, and contract management practices to determine whether they support the organization’s strategies and objectives.
  • Evaluate risk management practices to determine whether the organization’s IT-related risks are properly managed.
  • Evaluate monitoring and assurance practices to determine whether the board and executive management receive sufficient and timely information about IT performance.
  • Evaluate the organization’s business continuity plan to determine the organization’s ability to continue essential business operations during the period of an IT disruption.

Day 3 - Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation

Attendees will:

  • Evaluate the business case for proposed investments in information systems acquisition, development, maintenance and subsequent retirement to determine whether it meets business objectives.
  • Evaluate the project management practices and controls to determine whether business requirements are achieved in a cost-effective manner while managing risks to the organization.
  • Conduct reviews to determine whether a project is progressing in accordance with project plans, is adequately supported by documentation and status reporting is accurate.
  • Evaluate controls for information systems during the requirements, acquisition, development and testing phases for compliance with the organization’s policies, standards, procedures and applicable external requirements.
  • Evaluate the readiness of information systems for implementation and migration into production to determine whether project deliverables, controls and the organization’s requirements are met.
  • Conduct post implementation reviews of systems to determine whether project deliverables, controls and the organization’s requirements are met.

Day 4 - Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Support

Attendees will:

  • Conduct periodic reviews of information systems to determine whether they continue to meet the organization’s objectives.
  • Evaluate service level management practices to determine whether the level of service from internal and external service providers is defined and managed.
  • Evaluate third-party management practices to determine whether the levels of controls expected by the organization are being adhered to by the provider.
  • Evaluate operations and end-user procedures to determine whether scheduled and nonscheduled processes are managed to completion.
  • Evaluate the process of information systems maintenance to determine whether they are controlled effectively and continue to support the organization’s objectives.
  • Evaluate data administration practices to determine the integrity and optimization of databases.
  • Evaluate the use of capacity and performance monitoring tools and techniques to determine whether IT services meet the organization’s objectives.
  • Evaluate problem and incident management practices to determine whether incidents, problems or errors are recorded, analyzed and resolved in a timely manner.
  • Evaluate change, configuration and release management practices to determine whether scheduled and nonscheduled changes made to the organization’s production environment are adequately controlled and documented.

Day 5 - Protection of Information Assets

Attendees will:

  • Evaluate the information security policies, standards and procedures for completeness and alignment with generally accepted practices
  • Evaluate the design, implementation and monitoring of system and logical security controls to verify the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information
  • Evaluate the design, implementation and monitoring of the data classification processes and procedures for alignment with the organization’s policies, standards, procedures and applicable external requirements
  • Evaluate the design, implementation and monitoring of physical access and environmental controls to determine whether information assets are adequately safeguarded
  • Evaluate the processes and procedures used to store, retrieve, transport and dispose of information assets (e.g., backup media, offsite storage, hard copy/print data and softcopy media) to determine whether information assets are adequately safeguarded.


Certified In Risk and Information Systems Control

CRISC Impacts Your Career and Your Organization CRISC is the most current and rigorous assessment available to evaluate the risk management proficiency of IT professionals and other employees within an enterprise or financial institute. Those who earn CRISC help enterprises to understand business risk, and have the technical knowledge to implement appropriate IS controls. Experience the credibility, recognition and rewards that come with a proven ability to manage enterprise risk through effective IS controls .
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CRISC Certification

  • Denotes a prestigious, lifelong symbol of knowledge and expertise as a risk professional
  • Increases your value to yo
    ur organization as it seeks to manage IT risk
  • Gives you a competitive advantage over peers when seeking job growth
  • Gives you access to ISACA’s global community of knowledge and the most up-to-date thinking on IT risk management
  • Helps you achieve a high professional standard through ISACA’s requirements for continuing education and ethical conduct

Why Employers Hire CRISCs

CRISCs bring additional professionalism to any organization by demonstrating a quantifiable standard of knowledge, pursuing continuing education, and adhering to a standard of ethical conduct established by ISACA.

CRISC employees:

  • Build greater understanding about the impact of IT risk and how it relates to the overall organization
  • Assure development of more effective plans to mitigate risk
  • Establish a common perspective and language about IT risk that can set the standard for the enterprise

ISACA draws on a global network of leading professionals to develop its certification programs. With access to experts around the world, ISACA is defining how IT risk is managed in current and future business environments.


The Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control™ certification is designed for IT professionals who have hands-on experience with risk identification, assessment, and evaluation; risk response; risk monitoring; IS control design and implementation; and IS control monitoring and maintenance.

Who Should Attend

IT professionals or anyone who is engaged at management or operational level to evaluate and mitigate risk. There is no prerequisite to take the exam; however, in order to apply for certification you must meet the necessary experience requirements as determined by ISACA.

Course Outline

Topics Covered

  • Risk Identification Assessment and Evaluation (RI)
  • Risk Response (RR)
  • Risk Monitoring (RM)
  • IS Control Design and Implementation (CD)
  • IS Control Monitoring and Maintenance (MM)

Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT

CGEIT provides you the credibility to discuss critical issues around governance and strategic alignment, and the traction to consider a move to the C-suite, if you aren't already there. Demonstrate your ability to deliver quality governance Achieve a broader impact on your enterprise and your career. CGEIT recognizes a wide range of professionals for their knowledge and application of enterprise IT governance principles and practices. As a CGEIT certified professional, you demonstrate that you are capable of bringing IT governance into an organization—that you grasp the complex subject holistically, and therefore, enhance value to the enterprise. When an enterprise employs a CGEIT, they ensure good governance, which provides for an environment of no or few “surprises” and the ability to have an agile response to any that arise. CGEIT is considered by many companies and governmental agencies as a prerequisite for employees involved with enterprise IT governance .
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For the Professional, CGEIT Provides

  • A global and prestigious, lifelong symbol of knowledge and expertise.
  • Competitive advantage that will distinguish you from your peers.
  • Higher earnings and greater career growth.
  • The benefits of becoming part of an elite peer network.
  • The ability to leverage the tools and resources of a global community of industry experts.
  • CGEIT enhances credibility, influence and recognition.CGEIT combines the achievement of passing a comprehensive exam with recognition of work, management and educational experience, providing greater recognition in the marketplace and influence at the executive level.

Why Employers Hire CGEITs

  • The employee has the knowledge and experience necessary to support and advance the IT governance of an enterprise.
  • The employee maintains ongoing professional development necessary for successful on-the-job performance.
  • The enterprise’s IT and business systems operate with greater efficiencies and optimum effectiveness resulting in greater trust in, and value from, information systems.

CGEIT demonstrates proven expertise
Boards and executive management expect IT to deliver business value. IT governance is a key component of enterprise governance and success. A CGEIT designation demonstrates that you have proven experience and knowledge in the governance of enterprise IT.

Course Overview

CGEIT is specifically developed for IT and business professionals who have a significant management, advisory, or assurance role relating to the governance of enterprise IT.

Who Should Attend

IT professionals interested in earning CGEIT certification. CGEIT is for IT professionals, risk professionals, business analysts, project manager and/or compliance professionals, who work towards evaluation and mitigation of risk, and who have job experience in the following areas: Risk identification, assessment and evaluation, risk response and monitoring and IS control design/monitoring and implementation/maintenance.

Course Outline

IT Governance Framework
Define, establish and maintain an IT governance framework (leadership, organizational structures and processes) to: ensure alignment with enterprise governance; control the business information and information technology environment through the implementation of good practices; and assure compliance with external requirements.

Strategic Alignment
Ensure that IT enables and supports the achievement of business objectives through the integration of IT strategic plans with business strategic plans and the alignment of IT services with enterprise operations to optimize business processes.

Value Delivery
Ensure that IT and the business fulfill their value management responsibilities: IT-enabled business investments achieve the benefits as promised and deliver measurable business value both individually and collectively, that required capabilities (solutions and services) are delivered on-time and within budget, and that IT services and other IT assets continue to contribute to business value.

Risk Management
Ensure that appropriate frameworks exist and are aligned with relevant standards to identify, assess, mitigate, manage, communicate and monitor IT-related business risks as an integral part of an enterprise’s governance environment.

Resource Management
Ensure that IT has sufficient, competent and capable resources to execute current and future strategic objectives and keep up with business demands by optimizing the investment, use and allocation of IT assets.

Performance Measurement
Ensure that business-supporting IT goals/objectives and measures are established in collaboration with key stakeholders and that measurable targets are set, monitored and evaluated.

Certified Information Security Manager

In this course, students will establish processes to ensure that information security measures align with established business needs. The demand for skilled information security management professionals is on the rise, and the CISM certification is the globally accepted standard of achievement in this area. CISMs understand the business. They know how to manage and adapt technology to their enterprise and industry.
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Who Should Attend

The intended audience for this course is information security and IT professionals, such as network administrators and engineers, IT managers, and IT auditors, and other individuals who want to learn more about information security, who are interested in learning in-depth information about information security management, who are looking for career advancement in IT security, or who are interested in earning the CISM certification.

Course Objectives

Establish and maintain a framework to provide assurance that information security strategies are aligned with business objectives and consistent with applicable laws and regulations. Identify and manage information security risks to achieve business objectives. Create a program to implement the information security strategy. Implement an information security program. Oversee and direct information security activities to execute the information security program. Plan, develop, and manage capabilities to detect, respond to, and recover from information security incidents.

CISM Certification

  • Demonstrates your understanding of the relationship between an information security program and broader business goals and objectives
  • Distinguishes you as having not only information security expertise, but also knowledge and experience in the development and management of an information security program
  • Puts you in an elite peer network
  • Is considered essential to ongoing education, career progression and value delivery to enterprises.

Why Employers Hire CISMs?

Enterprises and government agencies increasingly recognize, require and expect their IS and IT professionals to hold CISM certification. .

CISM employees:

  • Identify critical issues and customize company-specific practices to support the governance of information and related technologies
  • Bring credibility to the enterprise for which they are employed
  • Take a comprehensive view of information systems security management and their relationship to organizational success
  • Demonstrate to enterprise customers their commitment to compliance, security and integrity; ultimately contributing to the attraction and retention of customers
  • Ensure that there is improved alignment between the organization’s information security program and its broader goals and objectives
  • Provide the enterprise with a certification for Information security management that is recognized by multinational clients and enterprises, lending credibility to the enterprise

Course Outline

1 – Information Security Governance

  • Develop an Information Security Strategy
  • Align Information Security Strategy with Corporate Governance
  • Identify Legal and Regulatory Requirements
  • Justify Investment in Information Security
  • Identify Drivers Affecting the Organization
  • Obtain Senior Management Commitment to Information Security
  • Define Roles and Responsibilities for Information Security
  • Establish Reporting and Communication Channels

2 – Information Risk Management

  • Implement an Information Risk Assessment Process
  • Determine Information Asset Classification and Ownership
  • Conduct Ongoing Threat and Vulnerability Evaluations
  • Conduct Periodic BIAs
  • Identify and Evaluate Risk Mitigation Strategies
  • Integrate Risk Management into Business Life Cycle Processes
  • Report Changes in Information Risk

3 – Information Security Program Development

  • Develop Plans to Implement an Information Security Strategy
  • Security Technologies and Controls
  • Specify Information Security Program Activities
  • Coordinate Information Security Programs with Business Assurance Functions
  • Identify Resources Needed for Information Security Program Implementation
  • Develop Information Security Architectures
  • Develop Information Security Policies
  • Develop Information Security Awareness, Training, and Education Programs
  • Develop Supporting Documentation for Information Security Policies

4 – Information Security Program Implementation

  • Integrate Information Security Requirements into Organizational Processes
  • Integrate Information Security Controls into Contracts
  • Create Information Security Program Evaluation Metrics

5 – Information Security Program Management

  • Manage Information Security Program Resources
  • Enforce Policy and Standards Compliance
  • Enforce Contractual Information Security Controls
  • Enforce Information Security During Systems Development
  • Maintain Information Security Within an Organization
  • Provide Information Security Advice and Guidance
  • Provide Information Security Awareness and Training
  • Analyze the Effectiveness of Information Security Controls
  • Resolve Noncompliance Issues

6 – Incident Management and Response

  • Develop an Information Security Incident Response Plan
  • Establish an Escalation Process
  • Develop a Communication Process
  • Integrate an IRP
  • Develop IRTs
  • Test an IRP
  • Manage Responses to Information Security Incidents
  • Perform an Information Security Incident Investigation
  • Conduct Post-Incident Reviews