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Complete Introduction guide on to Risk Management concepts

Everything you need to know about Risk Management Framework,ISO/IEC31000, ISO 27005, NIST SP 800-37 and NIST SP 800-39
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 10m
Language: English
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Description

Why risk management is important in business?
Risk management is important in an organization because without it, a organization cannot define its objectives or Goals clearly for the future. The capability to manage risk will help organization to act more confidently on future business decisions.
The real risk in business  : Not knowing which risks are worth taking.
Risk management is an absolutely critical component for any organization overall strategy.
This course is organized in 9 sections:
Section 1 gives an Introduction to the concept of Risk Management and you will learn below concepts:
•Why to Manage Risk
•Why Risk Management
•Components of Risk management
Section 2 describes the Risk Management Terminologies, and and you will learn below concepts:
•Importance of Risk Management Terminologies
•What are Assets ?
•What are Threats ?
•What is Vulnerability ?
•What is Impact and Likelihood
•Risk Governance Vs Risk Management
•What is Risk Tolerance
Section 3 discusses Risk Management Frameworks and you will learn below concepts:
•Risk management on Higher level
•What is Risk Management Framework ?
•ISO/IEC31000, ISO 27005, NIST SP 800-37 and NIST SP 800-39
•NIST (SP 800-37), Risk Management framework for Federal Information systems
Section 4 discusses Risk Management Process – 50,000 ft Overview and you will learn below concepts:
•Part 1 – Frame or Setting up the Context
•Part 2 – Assess the Risk
•Part 3 – Respond to Risk
•Part 4 – Monitor the Risk
Section 5 discusses about Risk Management Framework – part 01 Deep Dive and you will learn below concepts:
•Scoping of Risks
•Risk Management team and its efforts
•Where to check if there are Existing Risks
Section 6 discusses about Risk Assessment – Part 02 Deep Dive and you will learn below concepts:
•What is Threat Modelling
•Threat Modelling Techniques
•Risk Assessment Methodologies
•Output : Risk Assessment Results
Section 7 discusses about Risk Mitigation – Part 03 Deep Dive and you will learn below concepts:
•What is Risk Reduction or Mitigation
•What is Risk Transfer
•What is Risk Avoidance
•What is Risk Acceptance
Section 8 discusses about Risk Monitoring – Part 04 Deep Dive and you will learn below concepts:
•Why Risk Monitoring
•What to do in Risk Monitoring phase
Section 9 : Bonus Section
•Best Practices in Risk Management
•Quiz

You will learn

✓ Master various terminologies associated with Risk Management
✓ Overview of mostly used Risk management Frameworks across organizations
✓ Build strong foundations on Risk Management concepts
✓ Put yourself at ease by understanding the Risk management frameworks and RMF Methodologies.

Requirements

• No special knowledge required for this course, just a ZEAL to learn about Risk Management concepts.
• A Cup of Coffee :)

This course is for

• Security Consultants
• Cybersecurity managers
• Project managers
• Risk Managers
• Business Leaders who have to demonstrate the skills on Risk Management
• CRISC Aspirants
• Information security managers
• CISSP and CISM Aspirants
Consultant in information security
Varinder has around 16 plus years of progressive, responsible and diversified experience in security, IT risk & compliance, project management, policies and procedures development.
Instructor has worked in various industries like telecom, pharma, oil &gas, Infra, banking, insurance.
Instructor hold various industry renowned certifications like CCSK, CCSP, CISM AWS-CA,Az-500, ISO 27001 LA and LI, CEH etc.



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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 10m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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