Video Description

In this segment of Information Security Governance & Risk Management, we focus on physical security, what that means, and how effective physical security is or is not based upon its enforcement. The discussion really hones in on well-known exploits and "good solid principles of security." You'll also learn the importance of supporting the mission of the organization and why it's necessary for security professionals in their advisory capacity to have good communication with company principals who set those company goals first then security policy after. Communication with as a security adviser is critical to decision-makers setting the correct type decisions in that they are reliant on your expertise. You'll define what exactly your expertise means and why your ability to articulate that to non-technical professions can impact what they come to understand or interpret as they make decisions. Governance in security is where you'll understand why it's critical that you see think more like a management professional in communicating and less like a technical professional when appropriate to do so to facilitate on-point communication. And finally, we identify and discuss the role of "goals" in security government and risk management. You'll discover intimately knowing process is essential for strategic, tactical and operational goals, and how each type of goal impacts the long term health of the organization.

Course Modules

CISSP Archive (10 Domain - 2014)

CISSP 2015 Domain Restructuring