Join the ranks of infosec managers making the leap to executive infosec leadership with Live CCISO Training!
EC-Council’s Certified CISO (CCISO) Program has been helping information security professionals take their careers to the next level since 2012. CCISO is designed to teach the executive information security management skills that are in demand by the job market today to help our members advance their careers.
Due to the high demand for live training for this course in particular, we are bringing CCISO to Austin, TX. EC-Council is offering 10 partial scholarship seats to ISSA Members for $1,999 (regular price $3,499).
If you are interested in growing your information security management career, this is a must-have course.
Find out if you qualify for the CCISO exam and more about the program.
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The CCISO program trains individuals who are looking to make the jump from middle management to the executive ranks by focusing on high-level management skills specifically needed for IS executives. From project to audit management, procurement and finance, to strategy and policy, students will be taught to steer complex security programs strategically and successfully. The CCISO program was created and is taught by sitting high-level information security executives from across industries, resulting in the most relevant, challenging, and applicable content on the market.
Keyaan Williams, Senior Executive Instructor, CCISO, is both a seasoned information security executive as well as an experienced educator. He is currently serving as Director of the International Board of Directors of ISSA. His previous positions include serving as a Faculty Member at the University of Business and Management for the University of Phoenix and the Global Director of Information Security for the CDC in Atlanta. Keyaan brings a passion for information security as well as education to his role as Senior Executive Instructor for the CCISO Program. His areas of speciality include vendor and third party risk management, organizational culture and its influence on the perceived value of security, information security policy and strategy, risk management, regulatory compliance, project management, disaster recovery and business continuity planning, cloud security, security awareness, and especially, mentoring and developing security professionals.