Tech cert desktop

Award-Winning CISM - Certified Information Security Manager Certification Training in Buffalo, NY

Best instructors anywhere you are

Backed by our 100% Pass Pledge—the industry-leading guarantee

Are you looking for 1-on-1 tutoring or group instruction?
(Optional) Select all that apply.
When do you want to start?
What is your name?
What is your zip code?
What is your email address?
What is your phone number?
FEATURED BY
TUTORS FROM
Harvard
University
Yale
University
Princeton
University
Stanford
University

When you are preparing to take your Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certification exam, you might benefit from some extra studying and Varsity Tutors can help with this by getting you enrolled in a Buffalo CISM certification course. The certification is the globally accepted standard of achievement in information security management and is offered through ISACA.

Passing the CISM exam is not the only requirement for becoming certified. You must also meet the required work experience in the field of information security, which involves five or more years of experience in information security management. You may be able to get an experience waiver for a maximum of two years by meeting certain criteria. For your certification, you must also agree to ISACA's Code of Professional Ethics and agree to comply with the Continuing Education Policy.

Whether you have met the experience criteria yet or not, you may still benefit from a Buffalo CISM course, especially if you are not completely confident in all the areas of the exam, which include Information Risk Management, Information Security Program Development and Management, Information Security Incident Management, and Information Security Governance. Through your course, you will have the opportunity to learn from an instructor who is well versed in these areas and can help guide you and your classmates through them. They can also offer some helpful test-taking strategies for the four-hour exam. It is computer-based and comprised of 150 multiple-choice questions. The instructor may be able to offer advice on how to manage a good pace throughout the test as well as providing techniques for answering tricky questions — even if this means that you simply end up choosing the most logical answer. Remember that you are not penalized for answering a question incorrectly.

Working alongside your peers in a Buffalo CISM course can also present its own set of advantages. Since you are all working toward the same goal, you may find that you develop a sense of camaraderie with your classmates, which can encourage you to participate in various activities or discussions. The course is an interactive learning environment, where you can ask questions and receive feedback, whether that's from your instructor or from a classmate that understands a concept more thoroughly than you do. For example, if you are having difficulties in the subject of information security incident management and aren't understanding the forensic requirements and capabilities for collecting, preserving and presenting evidence, another student may be able to offer you a new perspective. When you work together like this, it helps to cement both of your knowledge in the topic. You also have the opportunity to ask for some one-on-one time with your instructor if you find that you need some additional help with a topic, such as information risk management and the methods used to establish an information asset classification model consistent with business objectives.

It's important to remember that Buffalo CISM certification training is completely virtual, meaning that you can study from wherever you'd like, including the Crane Branch Library or the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library. With new class sections beginning each month, you can find one with days and times that are best suited for your personal schedule.

Enrolling in a Buffalo CISM certification class could be a great solution for helping you solidify the knowledge you already know and helping you better comprehend the knowledge you're less confident in. Becoming certified has many perks, some of which include distinguishing you as having not only information security expertise but also knowledge and experience in developing and managing an information security program, as well as potentially giving you more career opportunities and raising your earning potential. When you are ready to begin with Buffalo CISM certification training, simply reach out to one of the educational consultants at Varsity Tutors and let them help you get started.

Contact us today to connect with a top Buffalo CISM - Certified Information Security Manager instructor