Course Content

Module 1: Introduction

13:31
1.1 Introduction
17:44
1.2 IT Risk Management

Module 2: Risk Identification

19:27
2.1 The IT Risk Identification Agenda
11:14
2.2 Assigning Risk
04:59
2.3 Best Practices to Protect Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability
05:55
2.4 Knowledge Transfer

Module 3: Risk Assesment

16:39
3.1 IT Risk Assessment
18:31
3.2 Results Documentation
18:15
3.3 Enterprise Risks

Module 4: Risk Response

15:35
4.1 An Overview of Risk Response
11:33
4.2 Risk Mitigation through Technology
06:24
4.3 Access control via Authorization
14:36
4.4 Network Devices: Firewalls
12:54
4.5 Cryptography
06:28
4.6 Hybrid Cryptography
07:18
4.7 Digital Certificates
12:42
4.8 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
06:46
4.9 A Summary of BCP Sub Plans
14:46
4.10 Roles and Responsibilities in the Business Continuity Plan
04:26
4.11 Developing the BCP Teams
13:55
4.12 The Seven Phases of the Business Continuity Plan
01:05
4.13 Relationship of RPO, RTO, WRT and MTD
16:07
4.14 The Business Impact Analysis
07:12
4.15 Reciprocal Agreements in Facility Recovery
07:07
4.16 Planning and Developing the Business Continuity Plan
08:47
4.17 Testing the Business Continuity Plan
03:27
4.18 Review of the Module

Module 5: Risk Monitoring & Reporting

01:28
5.1 An Introduction to the Risk and Control Monitoring Agenda
10:43
5.2 Intrusion Detection System
08:11
5.3 Eluding Attacks
03:03
5.4 Review of the Module

Module 6: Skill Certification Test

00:00
6.1 Risk Management

Course Description

What is Risk Management? It is defined as the forecasting and evaluation of risks together with the identification of procedures to avoid or minimize their impact. Why do I need this Certification? The Risk Management Micro Certification will prepare you to understand the value of assets, analyze threat potential and select a cost-effective means of mitigation; the primary job of any security specialist. What will I learn? Risk Management best practices How and why it?s essential to identify mission critical systems The loss impact of critical systems should failure occur Get Your Risk Management Certification Today: Risk Management is arguably the most important element of any cyber security program. It is a field that integrates risk management and security practices into the system development lifecycle. RMF originally was designed to benefit Department of Defense (DoD) military, civilian, and contractor personnel who are responsible for evaluating information systems under the RMF and certifying to the Government that information systems meet security requirements. Because managing risk is a critical concept for organizations that house sensitive data, entities outside of the public sector have taken notice of the effectiveness of RMF practices. The Risk Management Micro Certification Course will prepare you to understand the value of assets, analyze threat potential and select a cost-effective means of mitigation; the primary job of any security specialist. You?ll learn risk management best practices, with a special focus on how and why it?s essential to identify mission critical systems, and the loss impact of those critical systems to the business should a failure of some kind occur.

Instructed By

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Kelly Handerhan
Senior Instructor

Provided By

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Course Components

On Demand Videos to learn from industry leaders
Assessments to gauge understanding and comprehension

Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this entire course to earn a Risk Management Certificate of Completion