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Course description

The term ISO/IEC 27032 refers to ‘Cybersecurity’ or ‘Cyberspace security,’ which is defined as the protection of privacy, integrity, and accessibility of data information in the Cyberspace. Therefore, Cyberspace is acknowledged as an interaction of persons, software and worldwide technological services

The ISO/IEC 27032 standard is essential for all businesses to utilize. The risk of security threats is increasing on a daily basis as we rely more on the cyberspace. However, the ISO/IEC 27032 standard provides guidelines regarding the protection and long-term sustainability of business processes.  In addition, it equips individuals with the ability to develop a policy framework on which identifies the processes that are the most vulnerable to cyber-attacks; and that must be considered in order to ensure that business and clients will not be at risk.

ISO/IEC 27032 Lead Cybersecurity training provides a real-world solution to individuals in protecting their privacy and organization data from phishing scams, cyber-attacks, hacking, data breaches, spyware, espionage, sabotage and other cyber threats. Being certified with ISO/IEC 27032 will demonstrate to your clients and stakeholders that you can manage and provide solutions to their cyber security issues. 

Course Content

  • Introduction .
  • Scope
  • Applicability .
  • Audience
  • Limitations ..
  • Normative references ..
  • Terms and definitions ..
  • Abbreviated terms
  • Overview .
  • Introduction
  • The nature of the Cyberspace
  • The nature of Cybersecurity .
  • General model .
  • Approach ..
  • Stakeholders in the Cyberspace ..
  • Overview
  • Consumers
  • Providers
  • Assets in the Cyberspace .
  • Overview
  • Personal assets
  • Organizational assets ..
  • Threats against the security of the Cyberspace .
  • Threats
  • Threat agents .
  • Vulnerabilities
  • Attack mechanisms .
  • Roles of stakeholders in Cybersecurity ..
  • Overview
  • Roles of consumers .
  • Roles of providers
  • Guidelines for stakeholders
  • Overview
  • Risk assessment and treatment .
  • Guidelines for consumers
  • Guidelines for organizations and service providers
  • Cybersecurity controls
  • Overview .
  • Application level controls .
  • Server protection
  • End-user controls ..
  • Controls against social engineering attacks
  • Cybersecurity readiness
  • Other controls
  • Framework of information sharing and coordination .
  • General
  • Policies .
  • Methods and processes
  • People and organizations .
  • Implementation guidance

Target Audience

  • Cybersecurity professionals
  • Information Security experts
  • Professionals seeking to manage a Cybersecurity
  • program
  • Individuals responsible to develop a Cybersecurity program
  • IT specialists
  • Information Technology expert advisors
  • IT professionals looking to enhance their technical skills and knowledge


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