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  • 1.0.2 Priorities for the CISM p1

  • Difference between accountability and reponsibility
    A: ultimate control/legally liable R: contributions to end result
  • 1.0.6 Evaluating the security environment

  • Difference between auditing and testing

    A: compliance
    T: effficiency
  • SEIM stands for (SEM, SIM)
    Security Event and Incident Monitoring
  • 1.0.7 The information security program

  • ISO 27001 PDCA Cycle entails:
    Plan - Do - Check - Act
  • Which key areas of IS are measured with a balanced scorecard?
    1. Financial metrics
    2. Customer metrics
    3. Internal process measures
    4. Measures of learning and growth
  • 1.0.8 Information security strategy

  • What is the goal of information security?
    To protect the organization's assets, individuals, mission and vision
  • How is the goal of information security achieved (3 areas)?
    1. Asset identification
    2. Classification
    3. Application of controls
  • What does an ISRM strategy provide?
    It provides an organization with a roadmap for information and and information infrastructure protection with goals and objectives that ensure capabilities provided are aligned to business goals and the organization's risk profile.

  • What do long-term objectives describe?
    "Desired state"
  • 1.0.9 Roles and responsibilities

  • Executive management is responsible for:
    • Implementing effective governance
    • Defining strategic security objectives
    • Budget and support
    • Monitoring regulatory compliance
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