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Ch 4: Information Security Strategy Development

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Enhance your ability to excel on an upcoming test, assignment or project that covers information security strategy development using the short lessons in this chapter. Multiple-choice quizzes can quickly assess your knowledge and confirm when you have a quality understanding.

Information Security Strategy Development - Chapter Summary

Learn about or get reacquainted with information security strategy development with help from fun lessons. You can gain greater insight into security SWOT analysis, information security models and more. As you navigate the lessons, take mini quizzes to find out how well you comprehend main concepts. For a broader review of the lessons, be sure to take the chapter exam. The dashboard traces your steps through this chapter and lets you submit any lesson questions you have to our experts. After completing this chapter, you will be able to do the following:

  • Discuss the impact organizational vision, mission and values have on security strategy
  • Describe the strategy and influence of security SWOT analysis
  • Explain how to engage stakeholders in security strategy development and management
  • Provide a description of the architecture and governance of information security models
  • Detail the roles and responsibilities of information security strategy development

5 Lessons in Chapter 4: Information Security Strategy Development
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Impact of Organizational Vision, Mission & Values on Security Strategy

1. Impact of Organizational Vision, Mission & Values on Security Strategy

An organization's mission, vision and values are only as good as the strategies that support them. In this lesson, you'll learn more about how these high-level statements impact information security strategy.

Security SWOT Analysis: Strategy, Influence & Examples

2. Security SWOT Analysis: Strategy, Influence & Examples

A SWOT analysis is a useful tool for strategic planning in information security as well as business. In this lesson, you'll learn more about this tool and how it can be used to develop information security strategies.

Engaging Stakeholders in Security Strategy Development & Management

3. Engaging Stakeholders in Security Strategy Development & Management

Engaging stakeholders in security development is critical for a strategy's long-term success. In this lesson, you'll learn more about how to identify key stakeholders and the importance of engaging them.

Information Security Models: Architecture & Governance

4. Information Security Models: Architecture & Governance

The information we use in the course of a day is important, and so is securing that information. In this lesson, we'll take a look at information security, and how models, architecture, and governance are related.

Information Security Strategy Development: Roles & Responsibilities

5. Information Security Strategy Development: Roles & Responsibilities

Not every position in an organization manages day-to-day security strategy, but every position has security responsibilities. In this lesson, you'll learn more about the roles important in security strategy.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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