This module provides best practice guidance on how to protect the information needed by the organisation to conduct its business. This includes understanding and managing risks to the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information, as well as other aspects of information security such as authentication and non-repudiation. The practice underpins the strategy and operations of all modern organisations, regardless of how many IT systems they use for conducting their business.
The ITIL 4 Practitioner: Information Security Management is intended for IT professionals who want to prove and validate their skills in this specific practice area. The individuals can demonstrate their understanding and application of the key concepts, principles, value and challenges of the practice at both strategic and operational levels, maximising value of the Information Security Management practice in their everyday work.
ITIL 4 Practitioner: Information Security Management enables professionals to:
- Ensure in conjunction with other ITIL Practices that an organisation’s products and services meet the required level of information security for all involved parties
- Protect the technology and data assets crucial for the organisation’s operations including from loss of reputation and financial consequences
- Protect the organisation, its employees and its customers from cyber crime
- Provide a clear picture of information security threats and vulnerabilities
- Measure, assess and develop the Information Security Management practice capability in their organisation by using the ITIL Maturity Model.
ITIL training courses are run in a variety of formats by accredited training organisations. Use our training search to find a training provider.
Please note: an ITIL 4 Foundation certification is a pre-requisite for studying Information Security Management.
- 20 questions
- Multiple choice
- 13 out of 20 marks required to pass (65%)
- 30 minutes
- Closed book.