This course trains students in all areas of security Common Body of Knowledge. They will learn security policy development, secure software development procedures, network vulnerabilities, attack types, corresponding countermeasures, cryptography concepts, their uses, disaster recovery plans, procedures, risk analysis, crucial laws, regulations, forensics basics, computer crime investigation procedures, physical security, and more.
There are four processes a candidate must successfully complete to become a certified CISSP. To sit for an exam, candidate must assert that he or she possesses a minimum of five years of professional experience in the information security field or four years of experience plus a college degree. Professional experience has to be in two or more of these 10 (ISC) CISSP domains: Access Control, Application Development Security, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning, Cryptography, Information Security Governance and Risk Management, Legal, Regulations, Investigations and Compliance, Operations Security, Physical (Environmental) Security, Security Architecture and Design, and Telecommunications and Network Security.
There are no prerequisites for this course, although having taken other security courses is extremely helpful.
To sit for the CISSP examination, a candidate must:
1) Submit the examination application with the required fee Click here to download the CISSP Exam application
2) Assert that he or she possesses a minimum of five years of professional experience in the information security field or four years plus a college degree. Or, an Advanced Degree in Information Security from a National Center of Excellence accredited college or a regional equivalent that can substitute for one year towards the five-year requirement.
3) Complete the Candidate Agreement, attesting to the truth of his or her assertions regarding professional experience and legally commit to adhere to the CISSP Code of Ethics.
4) Successfully answer four questions regarding criminal history and related background.
Students who wish to pass the CISSP certification exam will benefit from this class.
The CISSP certification is meant for IT managers, security policy writers, network administrators and InfoSec consultants. All of these groups stand to gain from mastering the wide range of topics included in the ten domains of the Common Body of Knowledge. To attend the CISSP class, students must first qualify to take the CISSP exam by showing 3 years of cumulative experience in one or more of the 10 domains of the common body of knowledge.
• Access Control Systems & Methodology
• Applications & Systems Development
• Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning
• Law, Investigation & Ethics
• Operations Security (Computer)
• Physical Security
• Security Architecture & Models
• Security Management Practices
• Telecommunications & Network Security
1. Security Management Practices
2. Security Architecture and Models
3. Access Control Systems and Methodology
4. Application Development Security
5. Operations Security
6. Physical Security
8. Telecommunications, Network, and Internet Security
Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) Certification
Information Security Architect, Network Security Specialist, Lead Information Security Analyst