Time to accelerate your cybersecurity career with the world’s top-ranking cybersecurity certification. The CISSP course provides you with the knowledge, skills, and ability to manage, operate, develop and plan an effective network security infrastructure with the basics of asset security, cryptography, security and risk management, and various threats and attacks. It is considered the first certification in the field of information security to meet the demanding requirements of ISO/IEC Standard 17024.
And specially designed for people who want to become certified security professionals and are looking to work that requires the CISSP certification. This course is 5 days long and once you receive a notification informing you that you have successfully passed the CISSP exam you will be awarded a Certified Information System Security Professional(CISSP) certificate.
Certified Information Systems Security Professional Course Outline
The following subjects will be taught during this five-day CISSP course:
Security and Risk Management:
Security Architecture and Engineering:
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Communication and Network Security:
Identity and Access Management (IAM):
Security Assessment and Testing:
Software Development Security:
Delegates should purchase the following book which will be used during the course: The Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CISSP CBK Reference, 5th Edition, by John Warsinske.
It might also prove useful to briefly read over some of this guide prior to starting the course to supplement your learning and prepare you for your CISSP training.
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Who Should Attend this CISSP Training Course?
This CISSP training course is suitable for mid- and senior-level managers who are working towards or have already achieved a position such as:
Q: What are the basic requirements for Certified Information System Security Professional?
A: Candidate must have an experience of work, peer endorsement, ethics adherence, and successfully pass the CISSP exam are the requirements to qualify for Certified Information System Security Professional.
Q: Who should take CISSP course?
A: If you have 5 years of paid work experience in two or more of the eight domains of the CISSP and earning a four-year college degree equivalent or an additional credential from the (ISC)² approved list will be the criteria for CISSP course
Q: What are some of the domains of CISSP?
A: Some of the major domains of CISSP are, Security and risk management, Security assessment and testing, Security architecture and engineering, Asset security, Communication and network security, Security Operations and Identity and access management (IAM), and Software Development Security
Q: Can I take the CISSP without having 5 years of experience?
A: No you are not eligible unless you have a relevant industrial 5 years of experience, after that you will be qualified to become an official CISSP certificate expert.