The success of today's enterprise relies on the trust customers and stakeholders put in the organization — and that trust can be irreparably damaged during a data breach. More and more organizations are turning to expert information security managers to align their security posture with organizational goals. That's where the Information Systems Control Association® (ISACA®) Certified Information Security Manager™ (CISM®) comes in.
Designed for information security managers, IS/IT consultants, and Chief Information Officers (CIOs), CISM is a world-class standard in enterprise security management certification.
Earning CISM certification demonstrates your ability to implement an information security management program. Learning Tree's Course 2036 can help you prepare for the CISM certification exam, covering the four CISM domains: security governance; risk management and compliance; security program development and management; and security incident management.
Applicants must submit verified evidence of a minimum five years of information security work experience, with a minimum three years of information security management work experience in three or more of the job practice analysis areas. The work experience must be gained within the 10-year period preceding the application date for certification or within five years from the date of originally passing the exam.
Earn CISM Certification:
The CISM exam is offered three times a year (June, September, and December), consisting of 200 multiple choice questions that cover the four CISM domains.
Computer Based Testing is offered during three testing windows of eight-week durations. The windows are 1 May-30 June 2017, 1 August-30 September 2017 and 1 November-31 December 2017. With ISACA CBT exams, candidates will now receive a preliminary score report at the conclusion of their exam. Official scores will be sent to candidates via email within 10 working days of their exam.
A score of 450 or higher is required to pass
The ISACA Exam Candidate Information Guide provides valuable information regarding exam day rules and information, as well as exam dates and deadlines. You can find the 2017 copy at http://www.isaca.org/examguide
Maintain Your Certification:
The CISM CPE policy requires the attainment of CPE hours over a one- and three-year certification period. CISMs must comply with the following requirements to retain certification:
Attain and report a minimum of 20 CPE hours each year — these hours must be appropriate to the currency or advancement of the CISM’s knowledge or ability to perform CISM-related tasks
Submit annual CPE maintenance fees to ISACA International Headquarters in full
Attain and report a minimum of 120 CPE hours for a three-year reporting period
Submit required documentation of CPE activities if selected for the annual audit
Comply with ISACA’s Code of Professional Ethics
The use of CPE hours towards meeting the requirements for multiple ISACA certifications is permissible when the professional activity applies to satisfying the job-related knowledge of each certification.