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Certified Information Security Management Practitioner (CISMP)

About Certified Information Security Management Practitioner

GSDC's Certified Information Security Management Practitioner certification empowers you to handle the security management practices of an organization. The way all the technologies are working together to make an organization's workflow easy, it is also creating a goldmine for hackers and cybercriminals. Information Security Management Practitioners take care of vulnerabilities and potential information threats in order to stop it.

Information Security typically involves preventing or at least reducing the probability of unauthorized/inappropriate access to data, or the unlawful use, disclosure, disruption, deletion, corruption, modification, inspection, recording, or devaluation of information. It also involves actions intended to reduce the adverse impacts of such incidents.

As a globally accredited qualification, the Certified Information Security Management Practitioner provides a perfect starting point for those who want to get into Information Security management, or for those who want to progress within their present role.

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Objectives of Information Security Management Practitioner certification

The objective of Certified Information Security Management Practitioner Certification is to share a deep understanding of:

  1. The benefits of Information Security Management
  2. The need for Information security management
  3. Information risk management
  4. Information Security organization and responsibilities, legal and regulatory obligations
  5. Policies, standards & procedures of delivering a balanced ISMS
  6. Security procedures of a balanced ISMS
  7. Information Security Governance, Policy reviews, security audits
  8. Security incident management
  9. Objectives and stages of incident management
  10. Information Security implementation
  11. Legal framework, Processing personal data, employment issues, computer misuse, intellectual property rights, Data Protection Act
  12. Security standards and procedures: ISO/IEC 27002 and ISO/IEC 15408
  13. Threats to, and vulnerabilities of, Information Systems

Target Audience of Information Security Practitioner certification

IT professionals

Professionals working in the public sector

Business professionals who require a deeper understanding of information security as part of their wider business knowledge



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Benefits of certified security manager

A few benefits of getting an Information Security Management Practitioner certification are:

Increasing demand for certified professionals in this field.

Organizational value

Flexibility in career choices.

Higher salary package.

Helps you to stay updated about the latest cybersecurity tools and trends.

Easy recognition of the designation anywhere across the world.


Pre-requisites of information security management certificate

Certified Information Security Management Practitioner Certification demands no prerequisite as such.



Ensure that you have filled up the basic details.
This exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions.
Candidates need to score a minimum of 65% of the total marks (i.e. 26 out of 40) to pass this examination.
The total duration of this examination is 90 minutes.
Candidate should Tick against only one correct answer in Multiple Choice Questions.
There is no negative marking system applicable to this examination.
In case the participant does not score passing % then they will be granted a 2nd attempt at no additional cost. Re-examination can be taken up to 30 days from the date of the 1st exam attempt.


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EXAM SYLLABUS of Information Security Practitioner Certification


Michael Lee

Designation - Information Security Manager

The GSDC CISMP certification is a must-have for anyone looking to enhance their credibility in the information security management field. The exam was challenging, but the certification has opened up new opportunities for me, and I'm proud to have earned it.

Karen Wong

Designation - Information Security Consultant

 The GSDC Information Security Management Practitioner Certification exam was a great learning experience, and I'm proud to have passed it. The certification has helped me gain a deeper understanding of information security management and given me the confidence to take on new challenges. 

Alex Kim

Designation - Senior Information Security Specialist

Securing the GSDC Certified Information Security Management Practitioner was no easy feat, but the hard work paid off in spades. The exam provided a challenging but fair assessment of my knowledge and understanding of information security management. Now, as a certified practitioner, I feel more confident in my ability to lead and manage security initiatives within my organization.


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