This ISO 27001:2022 Lead Auditor Training course teaches everything you need to know to conduct effective audits, either as a solo auditor or head of an audit team.
Learning is enhanced by live, real-time video examples that enable course participants to experience opening and closing meetings, as well as an authentic audit.
Learners will also learn how to correctly interpret ISO 27001:2022 requirements and prepare documented information, understand the principles of the PDCA cycle, be familiar with ISO 27001 controls, know how to assess and manage risk, and understand the purpose and importance of the Statement of Applicability.
The ISO 27001 course includes an examination. Upon successful completion, graduates have the option to seek registration as an Exemplar Global Certified Information Security Management System (ISO 27001) Lead Auditor.
ISO 27001 lead auditor training and exam are online and on-demand. Both can be taken anytime and on any device.
On completion of the course you will:
The online course is interactive and combines lectures with videos, presentations, and practical examples. More than 200 pages of PDF handouts are provided, which learners are encouraged to retain and refer back to.
The course also provides a comprehensive set of Audit Checklists designed specifically for Information Security Management Systems. The set can be used as a valuable tool when conducting internal audits.
Overview of ISO 27001:2022
This first part introduces ISO 27001, explaining what it is, how it's used, and the purpose and benefits of an Information Security Management System (ISMS).
ISO 27001 Requirements
This part takes a step-by-step look at the relevant clauses in the ISO 27001:2022 standard in order to understand what they mean and what your company needs to do to comply with them.
ISO 27001:2022 Control Objectives and Controls
There are 93 controls in ISO 27001:2022, 11 of which were introduced as part of the 2022 revision.
The controls are grouped into 4 categories and include considerations such as threat intelligence, information deletion, web filtering, secure coding, and data leakage prevention.
Clear, well-written, and non-bureaucratic documentation is an important part of an Information Security Management System (ISMS).
A point worth noting here is that documents are used for storing and sharing information, while records are essentially hard copies of results (such as from an audit) or evidence of activities that have been performed. And while documents get revised from to time and are generally kept up-to-date, records are static and never revised.
Assessing and managing risk forms a core part of ISO 27001.
The process involves identifying potential sources of risk, such as vulnerabilities that a cyber criminal could exploit or errors that employees might make.
The next step is to determine the likelihood of the risk occurring and to formulate a plan either to prevent the risk from happening or control and mitigate any damage if it does occur.
This part gives an overview of internal auditing and includes a video tutorial that gives a practical "real-life" demonstration of an auditor conducting the opening meeting.
Audit Terms and Definitions, and Roles and Responsibilities
Terms and definitions are introduced and explained, as well as a discussion of the roles and responsibilities expected from a company's internal auditor. This module also includes a video tutorial that gives a practical "real-life" demonstration of audit questions and answers.
Performing an Audit
This part includes a video tutorial that gives a practical "real-life" demonstration of an auditor conducting the closing meeting.
Nonconformities and Corrective Action
Nonconformities (also known as non-conformities or non-conformances) are the "gaps" in your ISMS that don't fully comply with ISO 27001:2022 requirements. Corrective actions are actions taken to address these gaps. Keeping a record of all such nonconformities and corrective actions is a crucial part of auditing.
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Graduates of this ISO 27001:2022 Lead Auditor Training course receive a Certificate of Completion with the Exemplar Global accreditation mark. The certificate provides evidence of successfully passing the training program.
To receive a Certificate of Completion, you need to pass the final exam. It's a multiple-choice assessment with a passing score of 60%. The exam can be re-taken unlimited times without additional charge.
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The course takes about 40 hours to complete (on-demand).
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