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Information Governance and Risk Management is a Course

Information Governance and Risk Management

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This course will introduce participants to the tenets of information security and information privacy risk management, including information risk governance; metrics and management reporting; and common frameworks for identifying, treating, and managing risk. In particular, this course will describe security policy and standard development; internal, external, vendor risk assessments; and the function of external certifications. Additionally, this course will address proactive security design and testing techniques to reduce downstream risk; security contract negotiations to reduce the potential for future liability; and standard operational processes businesses need to effectively manage ongoing risk.

Key Course Takeaways:

  • Utilize a variety of risk frameworks to build a cybersecurity program.
  • Draft a security process and create a security control framework to assess potential risks.
  • Determine when third-party assessments are required, and be able to conduct a third-party assessment.
  • Describe the role of external audits and assessments.
  • Articulate the role of privacy documents, including privacy policies, notices, and other disclosures.


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