The Value of HISP                    Certification              John A. DiMaria;Six Sigma BB, HISP                        ...
On-Going Challenges Raise the Bar              A study released by Gartner predicted that:              "Security certific...
Demand for qualified practitioners on                      the i                      th rise         Recent trends show t...
Demand for qualified practitioners on                      the i                      th rise          More specifically, ...
Governance, risk and compliance                 spending to grow in 2010              The bulk of the spending -- nearly 7...
K considerations th t are d i i              Key     id ti      that      driving                  the need for certificat...
Why Consider the Holistic Information   Security Practitioner (HISP) Certification?          y              (    )        ...
Why Consider the Holistic Information   Security Practitioner (HISP) Certification?         The HISP enhances other certif...
Some just “say what they can              do”……….HISP’s can “do what they              say”.                 Take the chal...
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  1. 1. The Value of HISP Certification John A. DiMaria;Six Sigma BB, HISP President, HISPI©2010 HISPI
  2. 2. On-Going Challenges Raise the Bar A study released by Gartner predicted that: "Security certification will be required of 40 percent of personnel having d t d t f l h i day-to-day technical operations responsibility".©2010 HISPI
  3. 3. Demand for qualified practitioners on the i th rise Recent trends show that the demand and funding for qualified information security p practitioners with industry credentials and y certifications continues to rise.©2010 HISPI
  4. 4. Demand for qualified practitioners on the i th rise More specifically, companies are looking for information security professionals trained in the specific disciplines necessary to build and maintain a f i t i formal I f l Information Security ti S it Management System (ISMS). Survey released by Ernest & Young titled: “Outpacing change Ernst & Young’s 12th annual global information security survey” survey©2010 HISPI
  5. 5. Governance, risk and compliance spending to grow in 2010 The bulk of the spending -- nearly 70% -- is pegged for people and processes, rather than technology. Risk mitigation, and cost reduction were cited as top motivators for GRC spending.©2010 HISPI
  6. 6. K considerations th t are d i i Key id ti that driving the need for certification Ability to verify skills and/or competencies in the information security profession. Validation for companies seeking to hire. Ensuring information security staffs maintain up-to-date knowledge and skill-sets. Providing employers ‘ROI’. Assurance that information security practitioners maintain a high degree of confidence. fid©2010 HISPI
  7. 7. Why Consider the Holistic Information Security Practitioner (HISP) Certification? y ( ) The HISP certification has a unique body of knowledge. knowledge The HISP certification focuses on widely accepted frameworks for developing an Information Security program or Information Security Management System. These frameworks include: M tS t Th f k i l d ISO/IEC 27001 and 27002; CobIT (ISACA s framework for IT Governance); (ISACA’s COSO ITIL©2010 HISPI
  8. 8. Why Consider the Holistic Information Security Practitioner (HISP) Certification? The HISP enhances other certifications such as the CISSP, CISM, CISA, CFA. The HISP bridges the gap between existing professional certification programs. The HISP promotes cost-effective training and certification to information security, audit and compliance professionals. The HISP provides a vendor neutral forum that will facilitate the sharing of knowledge. HISP fosters collaborative efforts across various sectors internationally. HISP certification fosters a positive code of ethics amongst information security, audit and compliance professionals. y, p p Finally, a HISP certified individual can help their organization reduce the cost of meeting legal, regulatory and contractual requirements.©2010 HISPI
  9. 9. Some just “say what they can do”……….HISP’s can “do what they say”. Take the challenge………………..©2010 HISPI
  10. 10. 8075 Mall Parkway Suite S it 101367 Lithonia, GA 30038 PH: 888-247-4858 Fax: 720-293-2118 www.hispi.org questions@hispi.org questions@hispi org Governance Board John DiMaria; President – jdimaria@hispi org jdimaria@hispi.org Gary Sheehan; Vice President - gsheehan@hispi.org Taiye Lambo; Treasurer- tlambo@hispi.org Joesph Watts; Director of Higher Ed. & Member Services – jwatts@hispi.org p g j @ p g Ralph Johnson; Secretary – rjohnson@hispi.org Tom Stamulis; Accreditation Officer – tstamulis@hispi.org©2010 HISPI

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