CISM CertificationTraining – Certified Information Systems Manager

The CISM certification training course is designed to provide on-the-job skills, as well as knowledge to pass the Certified Information System Manager (CISM) certification exam. This cybersecurity training focuses on more advanced topics and should be completed after various certifications in Cisco and Microsoft have been earned, such as PenTest+ or CySA+.


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this course includes

17 Training Hours

48 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

6 Topics

100 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll


Information Security Governance


Information Risk Management


Information Security Program Development and Management


Information Security Incident Management


Information Security Managers


IT Directors and Managers


Security Consultants


Security Auditors and Architects


Security System Engineers


CISOs (Chief Information Security Officers)


Risk Officers


Compliance Officers


Network Administrators


Legal Professionals


Business Analysts

CISM Training Course: A Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Certified Information Security Manager

The CISM Certification Training Course is your one-stop solution for mastering the skills required to become a Certified Information Security Manager. This advanced-level CISM online training focuses on equipping you with on-the-job skills and the knowledge you need to pass the CISM certification exam. The course is an excellent investment, especially considering the CISM exam cost.




Instructor Introduction
Course Introduction
Exam Overview

Information Security Governance

Module Overview
InfoSec Strategic Context Part 1
InfoSec Strategic Context Part 2
GRC Strategy and Assurance
Roles and Responsibilities
GMA Tasks Knowledge and Metrics
IS Strategy Overview
Strategy Implemenation
Strategy Development Support
Architecture and Controls
Considerations and Action Plan
InfoSec Prog Objectives and Wrap-Up

Information Security Risk Management

Module Overview
Risk Identification Task and Knowledge
Risk Management Strategy
Additional Considerations
Risk Analysis and Treatment Tasks & Knowledge
Leveraging Frameworks
Assessment Tools and Analysis
Risk Scenario Development
Additional Risk Factors
Asset Classification and Risk Management
Risk Monitoring and Communication
Information Risk Management Summary

InfoSec Prog Development and Management

Module Overview
Alignment and Resource Management - Task and Knowledge
Key Relationships
Standards Awareness and Training - Tasks and Knowledge
Awareness and Training
Building Security into Process and Practices - Tasks and Knowledge
Additional Technology Infrastructure Concerns
Security monitoring and reporting Overview Tasks and Knowledge
Metrics and Monitoring

Information Security Incident Management

Module Overview
Planning and Integration Overview Task and Knowledge
Incident Response Concepts and Process
Forensics and Recovery
Readiness and Assessment - Overview Tasks and Knowledge
Identification and Response Overview Tasks and Knowledge
Incident Processes

Exam Prep

Case Study - Security On a Shoestring Budget
Case Study - APT In Action
Exam Prep

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Growing Demand for Cybersecurity Professionals

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Cybersecurity is a global concern affecting organizations of all sizes and industries worldwide. The need for cybersecurity professionals extends beyond borders, making it a globally relevant field. By becoming a cybersecurity engineer, you equip yourself with skills that are in demand not only locally but also internationally. Job security in the field of cybersecurity is robust, as the increasing threat landscape ensures a constant need for skilled professionals to protect against attacks and mitigate risks.

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Your Questions, Answered

What is CISM Certification?

he CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) certification is a highly respected credential in the field of information security management. Offered by ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association), this certification is designed for IT professionals who manage and oversee an organization’s information security.

How long does a CISM certification last?

A CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) certification is valid for three years. To maintain the certification, holders are required to participate in continuing professional education (CPE) activities. ISACA, the organization that offers the CISM certification, mandates that certified professionals earn and report a minimum of 120 CPE credits over a three-year period. Additionally, a minimum of 20 CPE credits must be earned and reported annually.

Who is the instructor for this IT Training Course?

The course instructor is Roger St Hilaire. He brings 30+ years of experience in IT and various certifications including CISM, CGEIT, MOF, TOGAF, and PSP-Rainmaker Foundation. Roger has a proven track record of designing and managing large-scale technology systems and has achieved remarkable results in various domains of IT.

What are the prerequisites for the CISM Training Online Course?

To undertake this course, you should already have some experience in information security management. Specifically, you need to submit evidence verifying at least five years of experience in data security, with a 3-year information security management requirement dedicated to security experience spread across multiple security business model disciplines. This job practice analysis should be completed within 10 years leading up to your CISM application date or within 5 years from when you initially passed the exam​.

What modules does the CISM IT Training Course include?

The CISM Training Course consists of six modules: Information Security Governance, Information Security Risk Management, InfoSec Program Development and Management, Information Security Incident Management, and Exam Prep. Each module comes with a variety of sub-topics to give you a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter.

What type of content does the online course offer?

The CISM Training Online Course provides a mix of 48 on-demand videos and 100 prep questions for comprehensive learning. You’ll cover six topics across 17 training hours, ensuring you are well-prepared for the CISM certification exam. The course also includes closed captions for accessibility.