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Risk Communications in Information Security


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Full course description




3 Hours





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What you'll learn:

In this course you will learn how to communicate InfoSec risk to a client; how to determine what metrics are important to an organization; and how to bring these skills to bear in a company.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Risk Management Overview
  2. Communications Fundamentals
  3. Selecting and Expressing Metrics
  4. Asking and answering the right questions

Who is this course designed for:

Junior to mid-tier information security professionals looking to improve their “soft skills” in preparation for advancement.

Meet the instructor

Kim L. Jones, Professor of Practice

Kim L. Jones is a 30-year intelligence, security, and risk management professional with progressive experience in all facets of information security to include strategy; governance and compliance; executive leadership; physical security; risk mitigation; and business continuity planning. Jones has held Chief Security Officer and Chief Information Security Officer positions in the financial services, manufacturing, and business outsourcing industries. He currently holds the CISM and CISSP Certifications​.