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QUALIFI Level 5 Diploma in Cyber Security
Unit code: R/617/4636
RQF level: 5
The professional and lawful response to managing an incident can be the difference between company survival or otherwise. Poor responses to major incidents, including mega data breaches, have significantly damaged organisational reputations and financial performance. Significantly mismanaging a cyber incident can result in catastrophic personal and organisational consequences. Such business ‘impacts’ are covered in-depth within our Threat and Risk units at Levels 2, 3 and 4. and will be explored during this Level 5 unit as part of the contextual case-study learning, and isomorphic reflections, that are central to this unit.
In this unit learners will explore the types of site, personnel and equipment required in relation to planning for Incident Management and forming an organisational CERT team (Computer Emergency Response Team). They will then explore the core sub-disciplines and side-disciplines of Cyber Incident Management: Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity Management and Crisis Management. Learners will discuss the importance of the business organisational requirement for skilled and planned communications to operate in combination with advanced and developed management responses and strategy.
Learners will develop an understanding of the security technical and generic management and leadership teaching. Much of this teaching will be particularly relevant to learners wishing to move into more advanced Information Security Management technical qualifications, including the CompTIA Security + accreditation and the Cyber Security industry gold standard: The Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
-Equipment and location requisites
-Disaster Recovery and Management
-Business Continuity Management
-Cyber Resilience: including considerations of future-proofing and disruptive technology
Each unit will be worth
30 credits and the qualification is designed to be flexible for learners who are already working and in demanding jobs. Every unit must be passed in order to achieve the Diploma.
Learners will be able to progress sequentially through each unit, accumulating credits as they pass each module assessment point.
During each of the four 30-credit units, every learner will have the opportunity to ‘practise’ and hone their ability to undertake the final (formal) assessment. Such non-mandatory practice will by way of completing a formative exercise/s throughout the unit.
Summative Assignment: ESSAY – Identify and explain a case study that could be translated as a weak organisational response to a major cyber-security incident. Evaluate how the organisation responded and provide recommendations that would support a more cyber-resilient approach over the next five years.
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