Invitation to ISO27001 Implementation Bootcamp with BS25999 Business Continuity

Venue: The Stanley Hotel

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Event Date/Time: Aug 18, 2008 End Date/Time: Aug 21, 2008
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AITEC Africa is proud to present a unique training opportunity with one of Europe’s thought and practice leaders in data security strategy formulation and implementation: Almarindo Graziano the founder of Silensec We have been able to secure a week out of his busy schedule to travel to Nairobi in order to provide personalised training in a challenging an enjoyable Bootcamp for East Africa’s ICT managers and business continuity practitioners.

Course Description

Protecting information is of paramount importance for every organization today, as demonstrated by the rising number of high profile information security breaches. Every time such incidents occur, organizations face great financial losses and put their reputation and customer trust at risk. ISO/IEC 27001:2005 is the internationally recognized standard that helps organization protect their sensitive information by also managing people, processes and information systems.

The objective of this course is to provide delegates with the necessary skills and tools to implement an ISO27001 compliant Information Security Management System (ISMS) for the coordinated management of all business activities so that sensitive information can remain secure.

The course also addresses the requirements of BS 25999, the world's first British standard for business continuity management (BCM). Continued operations in the event of a disruption, whether due to a major disaster or a minor incident, is a fundamental requirement for any organization wanting to preserve its reputation and the ability to continue to operate and trade.

Who Should Attend?

l Information security consultants

l Staff tasked with the implementation and management of an ISO 27001 Information Security Management System

l Staff tasked with the development of a management system for the protection of sensitive information within their organization

l Business Continuity Managers

l The course is designed for people who have a good understanding of ISO 27001:2005 and ISO 17799:2005 Information Security Management Systems

Benefits to Your Business

By the end of the course delegates will have worked through all the major activities required for the the development of an ISO 27001 – compliant ISMS, including key processes, policies and procedures which can be used right away in the work environment. The knowledge and skills imparted during this course will prove invaluable in improving and protecting your business.

Indicative Course Content

l Background to ISO/IEC 27001:2005 and related standards

l Determination of ISMS scope and Information Security Policy

l Identification and evaluation of risks

l Managing risks through ISO27001 control objective and controls

l ISO27001 GAP Analysis

l Measuring information security through appropriate metrics

l Security Awareness Training (SAT)

l BS25999 and Business Continuity Management

About Almerindo Graziano

Almerindo is the Director and founder of Silensec, a company providing consultancy services in information security and specialized ISO27001 compliance, technical security assessments and security training.

He holds an MSc in Electronic Engeneering and a PhD in mobile computer security, both from the University of Naples (Italy). He is a senior academic at Sheffield Hallam University, UK, where he leads the MSc in Information Systems Security, in collaboration with the British Standard Institution (BSI) and the SANS Institute. He is also a member of the GIAC advisory board and a SANS Institute community instructor. He holds a number of professional certifications, including the OPST from ISECOM, the GCIH, GAWN and GCIA from the SANS Institution, and is a BSI-certified ISO27001 Lead Auditor trainer and auditor.
To register as a delegate, contact:

Celestine Macharia

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