Information Security for Decision-makers Awareness (Entry Level)

  • 12m
  • 12 questions
The Information Security for Decision-makers Awareness (Entry Level) benchmark measures your exposure to basic information security issues and processes. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates an entry-level awareness in the basic areas of information security.

Topics covered

  • define crises and outline crisis management practices
  • define information security plan and describe the economic benefits it can provide
  • describe how to best assemble an information security team
  • identify details of information security risk
  • identify potential information security threats and how complexity is making it challenging to predict and plan for
  • identify some of the major considerations and challenges when considering outsourcing information security
  • outline common responsibilities of an InfoSec leader such as security operations, fraud prevention, program management, and investigations
  • outline outsourcing information security services, products, and solutions
  • provide an overview of InfoSec and outline how it is used to protect organizations
  • provide an overview of potential education requirements of an InfoSec leader
  • provide an overview of security incidents
  • provide an overview of the responsibilities of an IT security team