RESILIA Foundation & Practitioner
How secure is your business? How valuable are your assets? How would loss of precious data affect you? What if that precious data was valuable intellectual property lost to a competitor? What happens when you discover a security breach? How could you recover from such a severe loss? Can your business survive a catastrophic security incident? Or are you the next whale waiting to be harpooned?
The world is changing so fast, with new threats emerging every day. We can't completely safeguard against every threat, but we can certainly do something about known vulnerabilities and plan for worst-case scenarios. This is where RESILIA comes in: a best practice framework of cyber security designed to help plan and protect your organisation.
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To help prevent, detect and recover from attacks, RESILIA aims to incorporate best-practice security into existing management systems to improve immunity and increase robustness. As well as to attain both the Foundation & Practitioner level examinations.
The RESILIA qualification is aimed at core business functions including HR, finance, procurement, operations and marketing, as well as IT and security functions - everyone and everything is involved in risk and compliance.
Please note that this is a theory based best practice Cyber Resilience course and not a hand's on technical Cyber Security course.
- Categorise and safeguard an organisation's assets
- Identify and manage cyber resilience risks
- Use the RESILIA framework to integrate security concerns with the service management lifecycle
- Plan a strategy that embeds control objectives and interactions with ITSM activities
- Understand the roles and organisational structures that contribute to cyber resilience
- Create a common language across IT and non-IT teams to synergise all organisational staff with security responsibilities
- Demonstrate governance through controlling, monitoring and reporting activities
- Be less of an easy target, and face common attacks with confident preparation
Organisations that recognise that information security and cyber resilience starts with the management approach and want to ensure focussed initiatives and real ROI by spending where it is needed most. Gaining staff that not only understand how to integrate cyber into common practice but understand that a balanced approach rather than just 'toys for the techies' is a key goal.
Be able to demonstrate greater insight in to how Cyber Resilience should be implemented and practiced in your organisation. Support your organisations objectives by directing cyber resilience activities as a manager. Obtain an industry recognised qualification that expands on your existing knowledge and expertise in managing IT services.
Intro to Cyber Resilience
What is cyber resilience?
What are the benefits of cyber resilience?
Cyber-resilience terminology and the purpose of balancing
Confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication, non-repudiation
Risk management and why it is needed
Understand assets, vulnerabilities, threats, risk
How to address risks and opportunities
Managing Cyber Resilience
The purpose, scope and components of a management system
Relevance of common standards and frameworks to cyber resilience
Management, governance and compliance
Cyber Resilience Strategy
The goal of cyber resilience strategy
Cyber resilience activities aligned with IT service strategy, including control objectives
Interactions between ITSM strategy processes and cyber resilience
Cyber Resilience Design
The goal of cyber resilience design
Cyber resilience activities aligned with IT service design, including control objectives
Interactions between ITSM design processes and cyber resilience
Cyber Resilience Transition
The goal of cyber resilience transition
Cyber resilience activities aligned with IT service transition, including control objectives
Interactions between ITSM transition processes and cyber resilience
Cyber Resilience Operation
The goal of cyber resilience operation
Cyber resilience activities aligned with IT service operation, including control objectives
Interactions between ITSM operation processes and cyber resilience
Cyber Resilience Continual Improvement
The goal of cyber resilience improvement
Maturity models and their purpose
Cyber resilience activities aligned with CSI, including the 7-step improvement process
Interactions between ITSM CSI and cyber resilience
Cyber Resilience Roles & responsibilities
Segregation of duties
Appropriate organisational structure
Create and manage a risk register and cyber resilience plan
Apply appropriate organisational structure and roles to cyber resilience
Stakeholder identification, management and communication
RESILIA Practitioner exam
Practice in taking scenario based exam paper
There are no formal pre-requisites for this course, but a fundamental knowledge of ITIL provides a strong advantage.
There is no formal work required for this course but a number of resources will be available on Quanta Learn.
Duration: 100 mins
Day Taken: End of day 3
Exam Type: 50 multiple choice questions (closed-book)
Pass Rate: 65% - 33/50
Duration: 135 minutes
Day Taken: End of day 5
Exam Type: 50 multiple choice questions
Pass Rate: 60% - 30/50
Photographic ID is required to sit the exam, ideally a Passport or Driving License.
Exam results will come directly to you from PEOPLECERT.