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The C|CISO Training Workshop being organized by EC-Council, Wissen
International and Quann is a premium Training & Certification
program for aspiring Chief Information Security Officers that wish
to penetrate the inner sanctum of Information Security Management
and Leadership. During the C|CISO Training Workshop, participants
will be challenged to develop a business continuity plan for a
company in a given industry and situation, use metrics to
communicate cyber risk for different audiences, and describe how
to align a given security program with the goals of the business
in which it resides, among many other exercises. The challenges
are aimed at helping aspiring leaders develop business acumen,
practice on their managerial skills and further hone their
technical expertise by diving deep into how security should be
injected into the procurement process and how a CISO should manage
budgets and assets.
Domain 1 covers the importance of Governance, including solid policy writing, aligning the security program to industry-recognized frameworks, and adhering to sometimes contradicting law and regulations.
Domain 2 focuses on Management Controls, Audit Management, and Risk Management, leading students through detailed examples of how to run an audit as well as implement audit findings, choosing the correct management controls for each situation, and the importance of understanding asset value, risk tolerance, and risk treatment plans.
Domain 3 focuses on what makes up the bulk of a CISO’s day – Project Management and the importance of ensuring information security is part of projects from their inception. Domain 4 is the only CCISO Domain that focuses on technical topics as a high level of technical proficiency is assumed of all CCISO students.
Domain 4 stresses the importance of understanding technology and information security core concepts in order to lead teams of technicians and analysts and make decisions around technology issues. Technical issues are addressed from an executive point of view.
Domain 5 consists of content regarding leadership, aligning security programs to the overall goals of the business, strategic management, executive buy-in, financial management and much more. Domain 5’s content sets the CCISO program apart from all other infosec management certifications on the market by teaching the content that technical CISOs are usually lacking.