Certifies that the candidate can assess and respond to security threats and operate a system and network security platform.
When a cyber incident occurs, the responsibility of complying with legislative requirements often falls on the entire executive management team. After a breach occurs is not the time to begin understanding your legal requirements. This course will guide business, IT and non-technical leaders through what incident response methods and procedures align with industry frameworks such as US-CERT’s NICSP (National Incident Response Plan) and Presidential Policy (PPD) 41 on Cyber Incident Coordination Policy. During this one day course participants will also learn best practices, mitigation methods and devices and gain understanding of current state and national incident response methods. Thinking about incident response now will allow you to lead effectively post breach.
With the average time to identify a breach at an all-time high, 206 days, and to contain it another 73 days the risk is great. Thinking about incident response now will allow you to lead effectively post breach reducing the impact to your business and customers. Let us show you how we can help with our Incident Response micro-credential, IRBIZ. Watch our intro video below for more information!
|Launch Date||July 2019|
|Sunset Date||Q4 2020 (est.)|
|Target Candidate||This course is designed primarily for IT leaders and company executives who are responsible for complying with incident response legislation. This course focuses on the knowledge, resources, and skills necessary to comply with incident response, and incident handling process requirements.|
|Exam Description||This exam will certify that the candidate can assess and respond to security threats and operate a system and network security analysis platform.|
|Number of Items||10|
|Item Formats||Multiple Choice/Multiple Response/True-False|
|Exam Duration||15-30 minutes (on average)|
|Exam Options||Online via the CHOICE LMS|
|Passing Score||8 out of 10 (80%)|