Information Security Foundation

2 Days

Practical Introduction to Information Security oriented towards awareness and continued improvement

Summary

This course gives participants the basics to master different security principles and apply them within their organization and the specific business sector in which they operate. Participants will explore the threats they are exposed to on a daily basis and receive suggestions on how to improve the organization’s global security.

AUDIENCE

  • Anyone with an interest in the basics and issues regarding Information Security

PREREQUISITES

  • Work experience in IT
  • Involvement in daily information transactions
  • Supervision/Management experience or similar experience

OBJECTIVES

  • Acquire knowledge about generic threats and dangers existing in the online world
  • Better understand the advantages of the technologies used in the marketplace and examine the negative effects that users are exposed to
  • Position themselves as information security players and acquire the necessary knowledge to operate properly within an organization in order to minimize the threat exposure
  • Understand the relationship between security and the environment in which it operates, either within or outside the organization, according to the sector it belongs to

DETAILED OUTLINE

DAY 1

INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SECURITY
  • Overview and Terminology
  • General Concepts about Information Security
  • Technical Security: Operations System, Network and Communication
  • Non-Technical Security: Awareness, Behavior and Communication
  • Data Control Within and Outside the Organization

DAY 2

INFORMATION SECURITY IMPROVEMENT
  • Technical and Non-Technical Protection against Main Generic Threats
  • Best Practices and Avoiding Main Security Gaps
  • ABC of Better Security
  • Exchange on Participants Feedback and Experience regarding their Respective Work Experiences

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