This course is for business leaders and security, operations, or IT managers, who want to protect the business’s single most valuable asset: data. They’ll see how ISG goes further than just information security management and learn the best practices that they need to aim for. They’ll even get some useful advice on creating an information security governance policy.
For any business, assets are important and need to be protected. But what do you think are a business’s most important assets? Maybe you think it’s the physical stock, or perhaps the building? Or is it the staff or customers? Nope, it’s the data.
The information an organization has is its biggest and richest asset. Because of that, data security breaches can have very serious consequences. So, every business needs to put measures and policies in place to safeguard their data. That’s what information security governance (ISG) is for.
The differences between Information security management (ISM) and ISG
The areas that need to be protected by ISG policies and what policies do you need to include in ISG planning
How to recognize and adopt ISG best practices