Use ISO27001 to Protect Your Confidential Information AssetsAugust 3rd, 2012 by Rob Freeman
In the Public Sector, the protection of your stakeholder’s confidential information is crucial to maintaining your legal and regulatory responsibilities. More importantly, it is essential to maintaining the confidence and trust of your ‘customers’– the public to whom you serve.
The ISO/IEC 27001:2005 Standard is the internationally- recognised standard that helps organisations throughout the world mitigate the risks associated with cybercrime and provides the security assurance demanded by your directors, regulators and your customers.
|ISO27001 Certified ISMS Foundation Training
20 August 2012 in Manchester
The ISO27001 Certified ISMS Foundation training course delivers introductory training to raise awareness, build knowledge and develop a complete understanding of the ISO27001 and related ISO27002 standards. Based on Alan Calder and Steve Watkins’ books, ISO27001/ISO27002 A Pocket Guide and An Introduction to Information Security and ISO27001, this 1-day course is available at our training centres in London and Manchester.
Why choose IT Governance for your ISO27001 training needs?
- Acknowledged leader in ISO27001 and Information Security Management
- The first certificated training programme of ISO27001 education
- Practical hands-on approach delivered by experienced practitioners
- Focussed on improving knowledge, developing skills and awarding certification
- Guaranteed booking – we will never cancel your IT Governance course
Buy Now at Special Discounted Price
The next ISO27001 Certified ISMS Foundation course is on the 20th August in Manchester and can be booked online at a special discounted price of £494 + VAT.
To help you understand the benefits that ISO27001 can deliver to your organisation, if you book on the course on the 19th June, you will also receive a free E – copy of the textbook The Case for ISO27001 by Alan Calder which normally retails for £24.95.
Ensure you protect the information assets in your organisation.