Course Title: Security Project Management Professional
Proficiency Level: Advanced
Prerequisite Requirements: Certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) or equivalent work experience in project management or security management.
The course is designed to help learners develop practical skills required for an Advanced Security Project Management Professional in a modern business environment, which focus on industry-wide standards and best practices. All objectives are measurable, and learners are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed for a successful career in security project management.
Unit 1: Introduction to Security Project Management
Unit 2: Security Risk Management
Unit 3: Security Project Planning
Unit 4: Security Project Execution
Unit 5: Security Project Monitoring and Control
Unit 6: Security Project Closure
Unit 7: Security Standards and Regulations
Unit 8: Physical Security Considerations
Unit 9: Information Security Considerations
Unit 10: Personnel Security Considerations
Unit 11: Crisis Management and Business Continuity
Unit 12: Capstone Project
- Understand the basic concepts of security project management.
- Learn how to assess and manage risks associated with security projects.
- Understand the concepts of security project planning, including defining objectives, scope, and deliverables.
- Learn how to execute security projects, including managing resources and implementing security measures.
- Develop skills in monitoring and controlling security projects, including performance measurement, change management, and quality control.
- Learn how to close security projects effectively, including conducting post-mortem analysis and documenting lessons learned.
- Understand security standards and regulations, including ISO, NIST, and GDPR.
- Develop knowledge in physical security considerations, including access control, surveillance, and perimeter protection.
- Develop skills in information security considerations, including data confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
- Understand personnel security considerations, including background checks, security clearances, and credentialing.