Certified Chief Information Officer (CCIO)
A market-leading curriculum that recognizes the practical experience required to succeed at the top executive levels of information security is the CCIO Certification.
An industry-leading cyber security curriculum called Certified Chief Information Officer (CCIO) acknowledges the real-world experience required to perform at the highest executive levels of information security. In essence, the goal of CCIO is to close the knowledge gap that exists between the technical expertise that many aspiring CIOs possess and the executive management expertise that CIOs require.
Certification Program Objectives:
- Domain 1: Governance
- Domain 2: Security Risk Management, Controls, and Audit Management
- Domain 3: Security Program Management and Operations
- Domain 4: Information Security Core Concepts
- Domain 5: Strategic Planning, Finance, and Vendor Management
- Master’s Degree
- A minimum of 10 years of work experience in Senior Management Level in Information Security
To be certified as Certified Chief Information Officer, candidates’ plethora of experience and finely honed leadership skills are evaluated by AIBM team of experts during executive meetups.
Candidate must demonstrate that they have functional know-how and technical skills to climb the lower rungs of the corporate ladder, and have cultivated more visionary perspective needed to make Senior upper management decisions.
Candidate may be required to make 30 minutes preparation incorporating certification modules, followed by questions by panelists.
Module 1: Risk Management
Module 2: Knowledge Management
Module 3: Legal Advice and Advocacy
Module 4: Program/Project Management and Acquisition