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"Information security management creates a balance between 1- the organization’s business objectives; 2- its security requirements – in terms of confidentiality, integrity and availability – driven by relevant legal and regulatory obligations and risk profile; and 3- security cost. Such a balance is created through an integrated and proactive information security program or system based on policy, organization – with well-defined roles and responsibilities – risk
management and a set of technical, operational (including physical) and managerial controls and best practices, according to standard security frameworks.
This course includes 5 main parts:
1. Information Security Management Principles, Objectives and Scope
2. Information Security Policy and Organization
3. Information Security Risk Management
4. Standard Information Security Frameworks
5. Information Security Audit"
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