ISO/IEC 27035 Lead Incident Manager Certification
The Certified ISO/IEC 27035 Lead Incident Manager certifications are professional certifications for professionals needing to implement an incident management process throughout their organization using the ISO/IEC 27035 standard as a reference framework and, in the case of ISO/IEC 27035 Lead Incident Manager Certification, to manage an Information Security Incident Management process.
The principal competencies and knowledge skills needed by the market are the ability to support an organization in implementing and managing an incident management process: planning, implementation, surveillance, re-examination and operation of security incidents, continual improvement of security incidents, management's commitment, follow-up and review.
Various professions may apply for this certification:
The requirements for "Certified ISO/IEC 27035 Lead Incident Manager" certifications are:
For certification purposes, the following implementation types constitute valid implementation experience:
To be considered valid, these implementation activities should follow best implementation practices and include most of the following activities:
Auditing of Certification Applications
PECB randomly audits applications to validate the candidate's eligibility to certification. A candidate whose application is being audited will be notified in writing office and given a reasonable timeframe to provide any additional documentation if required. If a candidate does not respond by the deadline, or does not provide the required documentation within the given time frame, he or she may be declared ineligible.
Denial and Revocation of Certification
Certification will be denied or revoked for any of the following reasons:
Annual Renewal Certification Fee
To maintain your credentials active, there is an annual maintenance fee for each calendar year. Registrants who pay their annual maintenance fee will appear online in the PECB Directory of Certified Manager.
Maintain your Certification (Recertification)
The PECB designations are valid for three years. To maintain your certification, you must have accumulated the necessary 90 Continuing Professional Development credits (CPD) by the end of that three-year period and pay the recertification fee. CPD hours need to be inputted in your online PECB profile. PECB Certified Professionals who fail to provide the required CPD hours will have their PECB credentials revoked and will no longer be allowed to present themselves as certified PECB professionals.