- November 20, 2018
- Posted by: https://ProjectManagementIndustry.com
- Categories: Competitive research, Uncategorized
CyberSecurityPM™ (Cyber Security Project Manager™) is the leading credential certification program for Cyber Security Program Managers, Cyber Security Project Managers, Cyber Security Officers, Cyber Security Leads and for anyone working in Cyber Security across industry and government.
CyberSecurityPM™ (Cyber Security Project Manager™) program is aimed at the present and next generation of government and private sector Cyber Security leaders and managers working for dynamic global companies and firms; international organizations and institutions; and government agencies/departments/ministries who need to broaden their horizons in the field and dimensions of Cyber Security Executive Management, Cyber Security Policy Formulation, Cyber Security Project Management and Cyber Security Execution and enhance their prospects of achieving successful cyber security implementation and threats reductions.
The CyberSecurityPM™ (Cyber Security Project Manager™) functions cuts across all functions and roles and responsibilities in Cyber Security. From the CISO to the Cryptographer, everyone who works on the Cyber Security team must be fully aware and understand the dimensions and intricacies of IT Project Management in successful Cyber Security execution and implementation, and must be be willing to always collaborate and work as a team to be able to minimize the risks and threats of the never ending daily colossal cyber attacks across the globe today.
Participants who complete our CyberSecurityPM™ (Cyber Security Project Manager™) certification program will have a highly in demand and highly lucrative job market available to them, and will be qualified to occupy nearly all of the roles described further below in this page.
Most functions, roles and job titles in the Cyber security sector often involve somewhat overlapping responsibilities, and can be broad or specialized depending on the size and special needs of the organization, however, CyberSecurityPM™ (Cyber Security Project Manager™) is required for everyone working on the Cyber Security team. Typical job titles in Cyber Security include: Cyber security analyst, Cyber security engineer, Cyber security administrator, Cyber security architect, Cyber security specialist, and Cyber security consultant.
To better describe the scope of those positions, employers often precede the above titles with qualifying terms like “cyber”, “information”, “computer”, “network”, “IT”, and “applications”. This results in fuller job titles such as IT security engineer, information security analyst, network security administrator, IT security consultant, and so on.
Special variations of some of the titles are sometimes preferred, such as information assurance analyst, and security software developer. Also, some security jobs are even more specialized, such as cryptographer, intrusion detection specialist, computer security incident responder, and so on.
Additional terms are sometimes used to convey rank, such as senior IT security consultant, and chief information security officer. Graduates of the new program will normally qualify for such high ranks after several years of on-the-job experience.
As the Cyber security domain expands and develops further, new roles and titles are likely to emerge, and the roles attributed to the current titles will likely crystallize or evolve. For now, the following is a good description of the various security job titles and roles employed by the private and public sectors.
Key Cyber Security Roles and Job Functions:
Cyber Security Project Manager: manages all aspects of the life cycle project management of Cyber Security projects
Cyber Security Analyst: analyzes and assesses vulnerabilities in the infrastructure (software, hardware, networks), investigates available tools and countermeasures to remedy the detected vulnerabilities, and recommends solutions and best practices. Analyzes and assesses damage to the data/infrastructure as a result of security incidents, examines available recovery tools and processes, and recommends solutions. Tests for compliance with security policies and procedures. May assist in the creation, implementation, and/or management of security solutions.
Cyber Security Engineer: Performs security monitoring, security and data/logs analysis, and forensic analysis, to detect security incidents, and mounts incident response. Investigates and utilizes new technologies and processes to enhance security capabilities and implement improvements.
Cyber Security Architect: Designs a security system or major components of a security system, and may head a security design team building a new security system.
Cyber Security Administrator: Installs and manages organization-wide security systems. May also take on some of the tasks of a security analyst in smaller organizations.
Cyber Security Software Developer: Develops security software, including tools for monitoring, traffic analysis, intrusion detection, virus/spyware/malware detection, anti-virus software, and so on. Also integrates/implements security into applications software.
Cyber Security Cryptographer/Cryptologist: Uses encryption to secure information or to build security software. Also works as researcher to develop stronger encryption algorithms.
Cyber Security Cryptanalyst: Analyzes encrypted information to break the code/cipher or to determine the purpose of malicious software.
Cyber Security Consultant/Specialist: Broad titles that encompass any one or all of the other roles/titles, tasked with protecting computers, networks, software, data, and/or information systems against viruses, worms, spyware, malware, intrusion detection, unauthorized access, denial-of-service attacks, and an ever increasing list of attacks by hackers acting as individuals or as part of organized crime or foreign governments.
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO): a high-level management position responsible for the entire information security division/staff. The position may include hands-on technical work.
Chief Information Officer (CIO): a high-level management position responsible for the entire information systems and information technology staff of an organization. The position may include hands-on technical work.
Very Specialized Roles:
Cyber Security Intrusion Detection Specialist: Monitors networks, computers, and applications in large organizations, looking for events and traffic indicators that signal intrusion. Determines the damage caused by detected intrusions, identifies how an intrusion occurred, and recommends safeguards against similar intrusions. Also does penetration testing to identify vulnerabilities and recommend safeguards as preemptive measures.
Cyber Security Computer Security Incident Responder: A member of team that prepares for and mounts rapid response to security threats and attacks such as viruses and denial-of-service attacks.
Cyber Security Source Code Auditor: Reviews software source code to identify potential security issues and vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers to gain unauthorized access to data and system resources.
Cyber Security Virus Technician: analyzes newly discovered computer viruses, and designs and develops software to defend against them.
Cyber Security Penetration Tester (also known as Ethical Hacker or Assurance Validator): Not only scans for and identifies vulnerabilities, but exploits them to provide hard evidence that they are vulnerabilities. When penetration-testing, large infrastructures such as power grids, utility systems, and nuclear facilities, large teams of penetration testers, called Red Teams, are employed.
Cyber Security Vulnerability Assessor: Scans for, identifies and assesses vulnerabilities in IT systems including computers, networks, software systems, information systems, and applications software.
Typical Employers of CyberSecurityPM™ (Cyber Security Project Manager™) Graduates:
All organizations and firms across the globe, some of which are:
- Technology and Internet companies
- Security software companies
- Healthcare companies & Hospitals
- Defense companies
- Government departments and defense/intelligence agencies
- IT companies, and IT divisions of companies in many industry sectors
- E-Commerce and Internet sector
- Banks, financial firms, credit card companies
- Numerous more
PRICE PER PARTICIPANT IS: $4,999
(REGISTER EARLY AS CLASSES HAVE VERY LIMITED SEATING DUE TO VERY HIGH IN DEMAND)
The CyberSecurityPM™ (Cyber Security Project Manager™) certification training program offers the participant with 3 days of intensive level training in areas of Cyber Security Project management and Project Control.
References/Sources: George Washington University Department of Computer Science (Graduate Department)
TRADEMARKS: CyberSecurityPM™ (Cyber Security Project Manager™) is a trademark of EVMI in the USA and globally