Cyber Resilience Training and Education

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NIS 2 Directive Lead Implementer intensive online classroom 

FAST Track


Overview

Master the implementation and management of a cybersecurity program based on NIS 2 Directive. 

This is an intensive training.

NIS 2 LEAD Implementor
The importance of robust cybersecurity measures cannot be overstated, as organizations are increasingly facing all types of cyberattacks. The NIS 2 Directive is a legislation that has been designed to strengthen the cybersecurity posture of critical infrastructure sectors, including energy, transport, healthcare, and digital services.

By attending the NIS 2 Directive Lead Implementer training course, you gain in-depth knowledge of the directive’s requirements, implementation strategies, and best practices that protect critical infrastructure from cyber threats.

Through interactive sessions and practical exercises, you will learn how to assess organization’s cybersecurity risks, develop robust incident response plans, and implement effective security measures to meet the requirements of NIS 2 Directive. Moreover, you will gain insights into industry standards and best practices that will enable you to stay up to date with the evolving threat landscape and implement cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions.

After successfully completing this training course, you will become a trusted cybersecurity professional that possesses the expertise to navigate the complex landscape of critical cybersecurity infrastructure and contribute to the resilience of your organization and society as a whole.

For more information, please visit PECB.

Learning objectives :

Upon successfully completing the training course, you will be able to:

Explain the fundamental concepts of NIS 2 Directive and its requirements
Obtain a thorough comprehension of the principles, strategies, methodologies, and tools necessary for implementing and efficiently managing a cybersecurity program in compliance with NIS 2 Directive
Learn how to interpret and implement NIS 2 Directive requirements in the specific context of an organization
Initiate and plan the implementation of NIS 2 Directive requirements, by utilizing PECB’s methodology and other best practices
Acquire the necessary knowledge to support an organization in effectively planning, implementing, managing, monitoring, and maintaining a cybersecurity program in compliance with NIS 2 Directive
Who should attend?

This training course is intended for:

Cybersecurity professional seeking to gain a thorough understanding of the requirements of NIS 2 Directive and learn practical strategies to implement robust cybersecurity measures
IT managers and professionals aiming to gain insights on implementing secure systems and improve the resilience of critical systems
Government and regulatory officials responsible for enforcing the NIS 2 Directive

Program
Module 1: Introduction to NIS 2 Directive and initiation of the NIS 2 Directive implementation
Training course objectives and structure
NIS 2 Directive
Standards and regulatory frameworks
Overview of NIS 2 Directive
Initiation of the NIS 2 Directive implementation
The organization and its context
Module 2: Analysis of NIS 2 Directive compliance program, asset management, and risk management
Cybersecurity governance
Analysis of the NIS 2 Directive compliance program
Asset management
Risk management
Module 3: Infrastructure and application security controls, incident and crisis management, and business continuity
Infrastructure and application security controls
Incident management
Crisis management
Business continuity
Module 4: Communication, testing, monitoring, and continual improvement in cybersecurity
Communication
Awareness and training
Testing in cybersecurity
Measuring and reporting performance and metrics
Continual improvement
Closing of the training course

Exam & certificate

The “PECB Certified NIS 2 Directive Lead Implementer” exam meets all the requirements of the PECB Examination and Certification Program (ECP). It covers the following competency domains:


Domain 1 Fundamental concepts and definitions of NIS 2 Directive
Domain 2 NIS 2 Directive requirements
Domain 3 Planning of a cybersecurity program implementation based on NIS 2 Directive requirements
Domain 4 Infrastructure security controls, incident management, and crisis management
Domain 5 Business continuity, awareness and training, and communication
Domain 6 Testing, monitoring, and measurement of a cybersecurity program based on NIS 2 Directive
The “PECB Certified NIS 2 Directive Lead Implementer” exam is available in English
The exam is available online, please refer to PECB Online Examinee Guide ;
Duration: 3 hours

Educational approach


This is a fast track of three half day trainings spread over consecutive weeks.

The online classroom training is scheduled to start in the afternoon as from 13:30 till 17:00 and is spread over several days. It is an intensive session as the training material is presented in a condensed format.

Upon completion, exam vouchers will be issued. If you register for a course after the current month has begun, your booking will be transferred to the subsequent month.

A confirmation email will be sent to you to collect your invoicing information and PECB student information.

Your booking is confirmed once full payment is received.

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Nis institute PECB Lead implementer


Training material

Online intensive fast track

Exam included

The online sessions are organised during three afternoons starting at 13:30 till 17:00 encompassing the course material.

I'm interested

Upon completion, exam vouchers will be issued.  If you register for a course after the current month has begun, your booking will be transferred to the subsequent month.


A confirmation email will be sent to you to collect your invoicing information and PECB student information. 

Your booking is confirmed once full payment of your invoice is received.


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