How to Pass ISO/IEC 27032 Lead Cybersecurity Manager


The world's attention has turned to the cybersecurity industry, as cyber threats and hackers continue to evolve and commit devastating violations. Many countries count cybersecurity as one of their main objectives and are taking a huge effort on the process of securing their information flow. For companies, the challenge is to prevent the violation of their information systems to avoid cyberattacks including fraud, unauthorized usage of confidential information, BEC scams, and so on. Organizations are encountering many losses as result of not taking this matter seriously. The process of handling cybersecurity issues is crucial to a company’s success nowadays because nearly 1 million new malware threats are released every day. However, successfully managing and preventing this issues can be achieved by having all the necessary resources especially humans and technology, all you need is the proper education and training.

ISO/IEC 27032 Lead Cybersecurity Manager enables the participants to develop the knowledge and competence needed to support an organization in implementing and managing a Cybersecurity program based on ISO/IEC 27032 and NIST Cybersecurity Framework.

In order to pass the ISO/IEC 27032 Lead Cybersecurity Manager Exam you should focus on:

  • Knowing the Cybersecurity objectives and how it will help the organization to meet the security expectations.
  • Learn different security scenarios that threaten organization’s resources and learn how to react if those scenarios are encountered.
  • Focus on identifying the level of security that should be implemented on different parts of the network infrastructure and check if it meets the security standards.
  • Determine the security controls you should apply to strengthen the security circumstances on the organization.

For more information on ISO/IEC 27032 exams, please refer to the PECB examination section.

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