Management Expert courses are developed for ambitious security professionals who are looking to advance their security career to the executive level. The course equips you with the knowledge and skills you need to develop, implement and govern an information security program and provide security guidance to senior management.
Information Security Management Expert (ISME) prepares you for successful progression into a senior information security management role. In this course, you will learn how to develop, implement, monitor and improve an enterprise-wide information security program in line with legal requirements, industry standards and business strategy objectives.
The course is based on the SECO-Institute’s own Information Security Management Framework, a step-by-step model developed by practicing CISOs to guide you through the process of building an effective information security program. As you move along in the course, you will master all the major topics of information security management, from strategic alignment to operational implementation and performance monitoring. Every step of the way, you will perform exercises and case studies that ready you for accomplishing a Chief Information Security Officer’s tasks.
What are the benefits of an S-ISME certificate?
An S-ISME certificate demonstrates that you possess the knowledge and skills necessary to develop security strategies, guide a security team, and exert influence at the board level. This achievement will give you the confidence to assume a senior information security management role and provide leadership for your organisation, while earning a median annual salary of £115,000.
S-ISME certificate and digital badge
Upon successful completion of a SECO Information Security Management Expert certification exam, you will receive the S-ISME certification title and a digital badge. Your credentials will grant you a one-year SECO membership. After your certification expires, you will have the option to re-certify by paying a small fee.
As a prerequisite to renewing your certification, you have to meet Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements. CPE requirements can be met by attending workshops, conferences and webinars, publishing articles, providing training, and performing other similar activities that help you maintain your professional competencies.
For more information on the certification process and Continued Professional Education (CPE) requirements, please refer to the SECO Certifications Guide.
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