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Our Cybersecurity Course Overview

Cybersecurity

ISO 27000 is a widely recognized family of standards that focuses on information security management systems (ISMS). These standards provide a comprehensive framework for managing and improving information security within organizations. Here is a concise summary of the syllabus for the course ISO 27000 and cybersecurity:

This syllabus is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to establish, manage,
and continuously improve information security management systems in organizations, in compliance
with ISO 27000 standards, and in response to the evolving cybersecurity landscape.

 

Entry Requirements:

  • Applicant must have completed a basic form of education or higher.
  • Completed an Introduction to Computer course.
  • Completed an introduction to Networking Course.
  • Completed a network Security Course.
  • Ability to read and write in English.

Coursework

Cybersecurity - Course Outline

1. Introduction to Information Security

Overview of information security concepts, principles, and the importance of safeguarding data and assets.

2. ISO 27000 Series Overview

Introduction to the ISO 27000 family of standards, including ISO 27001 (ISMS requirements) and ISO 27002 (code of practice for information security).

3. Information Security Management System (ISMS)

Understanding the structure, components, and benefits of an ISMS.

4. Risk Management

Techniques for identifying, assessing, and managing information security risks in accordance with ISO 27005.

5. ISO 27001 Requirements

In-depth exploration of ISO 27001, covering its clauses and requirements for establishing and maintaining an ISMS.

6. ISO 27002 Guidelines

Detailed examination of ISO 27002, which provides practical guidance for implementing security controls.

7. Security Policies and Procedures

Developing, implementing, and maintaining information security policies, procedures, and guidelines.

8. Access Control

Strategies for controlling access to information and information systems, including user authentication and authorization.

9. Cryptography

Understanding encryption, digital signatures, and cryptographic techniques for securing data.

10. Security Incident Management

Establishing procedures for reporting, managing, and responding to security incidents and breaches.

11. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Developing plans and strategies for ensuring business continuity and recovering from disruptions.

12. Compliance and Legal Aspects

Addressing legal and regulatory requirements related to information security and data protection.

13. Security Auditing and Certification

Preparing for and conducting internal and external audits, as well as pursuing ISO 27001 certification.

14. Security Awareness and Training

Implementing security awareness programs and training for employees and stakeholders.

15. Emerging Threats and Technologies

Staying updated with the latest cybersecurity threats, trends, and emerging technologies.

16. Integration with IT Governance Frameworks

Understanding how ISO 27000 standards align with IT governance frameworks such as COBIT and NIST.

17. International Data Privacy Regulations

Comprehending global data privacy regulations such as GDPR and their implications for ISMS.

18. Capstone Project

A practical project that involves implementing an ISMS based on ISO 27001 principles.

We offer variety of classes to suit all types of students.

Our classes

Weekdays

We offer weekday classes to provide flexibility and convenience for individuals who prefer to dedicate their weekdays to learning and professional development in the field of IT.

Morning Session 9 am - 12 noon
Afternoon 1 pm - 4 pm
Evening Session 5 pm - 8 pm
Lab Work ( 1 Hour )

Weekends

We offer weekend classes to accommodate individuals with busy schedules, allowing them to pursue their passion for IT and advance their skills without disrupting their weekday commitments.

Morning Session 8 am - 12 pm
Afternoon 1 pm - 5 pm
Lab Work ( 1 Hour )

Course Outcome

Professions one can pursue after completing our Cybersecurity course

01 Security Architect

Security Architect

A Security Architect is responsible for designing robust security structures that are used to prevent malware attacks.

02 Penetration Tester

Penetration Tester

A penetration tester is a network security consultant who exploits a system’s vulnerabilities just like a hacker would

03 Computer Forensics Analyst

Computer Forensics Analyst

Computer Forensics Analysts work on cyberattack cases to gather digital evidence and to retrieve data.

Pathway to beyond excellence

What you should know about our cybersecurity course

ISO 27000

Certification Standard

Projects

Practical Hands-On Labs

15 weeks

Course Duration