Exam Fees : $200

ISO/IEC 27035 Incident management

About Exam

In today’s business world, information security incidents are considered to be uncertain risks which can seriously damage the business of an organization. The ISO/IEC 27035 Information Security Incident Management is an international standard that provides best practices and guidelines for conducting a strategic incident management plan and preparing for an incident response. The ISO/IEC 27035 Information Security Incident Management delivers the prime principles of security to prevent and respond effectively to information security incidents

Format of Exam

  • Multiple choice questions
  • No. of questions: 40
  • Max marks:40, Required marks: 26(i.e.65%)
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Closed book

How Does it Help

The ISO/IEC 27035 incorporates specific processes for managing information security incidents, events, and potential vulnerabilities. By becoming certified against ISO/IEC 27035 Information Security Incident Management the candidate will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts, approaches, and tools for an effective information security incident management
  • Acquire the necessary knowledge to establish and manage an information security incident management team
  • Diminish any possible interruption and negative impacts on business operations
  • Improve your information security management skills and incident process analysis

Exam Fees

The fee of this certification is $200

Exam Information

ISO/IEC 27035 framework is an important feature of a security structure in an organization for an effective information security management, incident mitigation and the ability to build a sustainable business process. The ISO/IEC 27035 Information Security Incident Management is aimed to help individuals with comprehensive expertise to detect, report and assess information security incidents.
ISO/IEC 27035 Information Security Incident Management will help individuals to become worldwide recognized security professionals and be capable of minimizing the effect of any incident in an organization.