Become a fully certified RESILIA Cyber Resilience Practitioner with this accredited course suite from Good e-Learning!
This suite upskills candidates in the tools and best practices of the world-class RESILIA Cyber Security framework. Our course materials offer insight and detail on how to understand and address the risks, issues, and value of cyber resilience, as well as the RESILIA framework’s demonstrably effective tools and best practices. By the end of each course, students will be ready to sit and pass the RESILIA certification exams.
This introductory module brings students up to speed with the main features of the course, along with its learning plan, aims, objectives, and structure.
Students are provided with a diagram pack, syllabus, glossary, and further reading and links document. The module also supplies links to download the essential publications associated with the framework.
Finally, the module covers some of the most frequently asked questions regarding RESILIA cyber resilience.
This module introduces students to cyber resilience and risk management, as well as the benefits they offer. It also covers many of the risks faced by most organizations and how to address them.
This module looks at management systems, as well as several common standards and best practices. It also introduces the purpose of management, governance, and compliance.
This module features a knowledge check on the previous modules. Students are advised to return to the knowledge checks when preparing for the exam.
This module examines the Strategy stage of the cyber resilience lifecycle. This includes the purpose and key features of typical cyber resilience strategies, as well as their relation to IT Service Management (ITSM).
This module covers the Design stage of the cyber resilience lifecycle. It also looks at the purpose and key features of a well-made design.
This module looks at the Transition stage of the cyber resilience lifecycle, including how it prepares designs from the previous stage for operational use. The module also examines the key control objectives of cyber resilience transition.
This module covers the Operation phase of the cyber resilience lifecycle. This includes the purpose and key objectives of cyber resilience operations, as well as the relationship they have with ITSM.
This module looks at the final stage of the cyber resilience lifecycle, Continual Improvement. It covers the purpose and key objectives of continual improvement, as well as the ITIL CSI approach and the seven-step improvement process. The module ends by looking at the segregation of duties and how it helps organizations.
This module contains a second knowledge check to help students test themselves on the previous modules.
This module wraps up the RESILIA Foundation course. It features a summary video for the previous modules as well as a signpost for further reading.
This module features two practice exam papers to help students prepare for the RESILIA Foundation exam.
This module introduces the Practitioner section of the RESILIA course suite. Students are taken through its main features, learning plan, structure, aims, objectives. They also receive a glossary, diagram pack, syllabus, and further reading and links document, along with links to download any essential copies of the framework’s publications.
The module ends by covering some of the most frequently asked questions on RESILIA practitioners.
This module looks at how to understand, address, and manage risks. It describes the purpose of and how to use a ‘Risk Register’ along with how to create and apply a Risk Treatment Plan. The subject matter expert guiding students through the course also offers insight on how best to approach and manage risks.
This module focuses on the Strategy phase of the ITIL v3 lifecycle. It outlines the ITSM interactions and control objectives linked to cyber resilience strategies.
This module focuses on the Strategy phase of the ITIL v3 lifecycle. It outlines the ITSM interactions and control objectives linked to cyber resilience design.
This module features a knowledge check covering the previous modules.
This module focuses on the Strategy phase of the ITIL v3 lifecycle. It outlines the ITSM interactions and control objectives linked to cyber resilience transition.
This module focuses on the Strategy phase of the ITIL v3 lifecycle. It outlines the ITSM interactions and control objectives linked to cyber resilience operations.
This module focuses on the Strategy phase of the ITIL v3 lifecycle. It outlines the ITSM interactions and control objectives linked to continual improvement in cyber resilience.
This module features a knowledge check covering the recent modules.
This module wraps up the RESILIA Practitioner section of the course suite. It looks at the modules covered earlier in the course to help students prepare for the RESILIA Cyber Resilience Practitioner exam.
This module offers two practice exams to help students prepare for the RESILIA Practitioner exam. Each exam has 50 questions along with a scenario booklet and answer rationale.
This RESILIA e-learning course is designed to prepare students to sit and pass both the RESILIA Foundation and RESILIA Practitioner exams. Students must first achieve Foundation-level certification before booking the Practitioner exam.
This course includes four practice exams that replicate the style and format of the exam, as well as FREE exam vouchers. (T&Cs apply)
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RESILIA is a training, learning, and certification portfolio focused on building cyber resilience across an organization. This includes throughout multiple departments and at all levels. The portfolio is based on the RESILIA Cyber Resilience Best Practices Guide.
RESILIA Foundation is an introductory qualification that covers basic knowledge of how to handle cyber risk. The Foundation certification can be obtained by passing the official exam. It leads on to more advanced qualifications such as RESILIA Practitioner.
RESILIA Practitioner is a high-level qualification that follows on from RESILIA Foundation. It focuses on how to utilize the RESILIA framework in practice, revisiting previous elements to demonstrate how they can be adapted and implemented for real-world organizations. Passing the exam also verifies a candidate’s ability to successfully utilize the framework.
Studying RESILIA can be of use to staff across multiple departments and at all levels of seniority. Knowledge of the benefits associated with cyber resilience is also useful to everyone, from IT service staff to boardroom executives.
In addition, all core business departments – HR, Finance, Procurement, Operations, and Marketing – can benefit from having cyber resilience knowledge within their team. Having preventative measures and best practices ready to go will always be the best way to deal with potential threats.
RESILIA is designed to complement ITIL and was developed using a lifecycle structure adapted from ITIL V3. While it functions as an independent framework, it is keenly aware of ITSM concerns and has many similarities with ITIL’s process and practice-based approach.
Both frameworks are certified by AXELOS, so organizations that already use ITIL will find it easy to integrate RESLIA into existing processes.
Cyber Resilience measures an organization’s capacity to prepare for, resist, respond to and recover from cyberattacks. A cyber resilient organization can also adapt to unknown crises and thrive in adverse conditions.
Traditionally, cybersecurity has focused on an organization’s ability to detect and prevent cyber-attacks using regularly tested technical controls and security standards.
Due to the quickly evolving nature of cyber-attacks, it is no longer feasible to prevent all attacks, regardless of how up-to-date a company’s IT controls are. Cyber resilience accepts that attacks will happen and focuses instead on how a business responds and recovers.
CISM, CISA and CISSP are technical certifications explicitly aimed at security professionals.
RESILIA takes a broader view, aiming to teach staff in a variety of roles and positions how to handle cyber-attacks and implement cyber resilience into the organization as a whole.
AXELOS is a joint venture company that manages several of the world’s most popular corporate frameworks. These include MoR, PRINCE2, AgileSHIFT, MSP and RESILIA.
Alan has been in IT and Service Management for over 30 years and has extensive experience of working in foreign territories, including the USA, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Far East. He is now a professional trainer for ITIL, COBIT, ISO/IEC 20000, PRINCE2, Cyber Security Fundamentals and RESILIA.