BDCu SRA 111 - Security Policy & ProceduresOct 26, 2022, 6:00pm - Dec 14, 2022, 7:30pm
@ Beaufort Digital Corridor, 500 Carteret Street, Ste. D, Beaufort, SC 29902
This beginner-friendly course introduces business owners, employees or students to cyber-security policy, procedures and best practices.
About this event
Who is this class for?
- Students seeking alternative education or wishing to enter the workforce post-grad.
- Transitioning Military seeking to enter the field of cybersecurity.
- Small Business Owners
What will I learn?
The importance and practicality of policy, procedure, and protocol will be discussed, as will industry recommended best practices. A sound information security program is initiated at the executive leadership level; therefore, this course will be particularly beneficial for individuals seeking an advancement into a leadership position or wishing to improve their executive skills.
Participants will learn to write security policy and produce effective implementation plans to better protect their organizations from digital threats and liabilities. This course includes business templates to create effective policies, procedures, and agreements, for administrators, staff, third party contractors, and users.
Additional topics introduced in this mini-course include:
- COBIT, a powerful framework used to maintain control, reliability, and quality of IT systems used by a business or organization.
- NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), a set of best practice guidelines designed to mitigate cybersecurity risks within organizations.
This introductory course provides the necessary foundation to continue one's cybersecurity training. Upon completion, the student will be prepared for the third course in this mini-series: Risk Analysis & Management.
Completing all three courses in this mini-series grants the participant an entry level Security Risk Analyst Certificate.