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Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

This course provides professionals with the fundamental knowledge of the CISSP exam and helps develop a better understanding of the 8 domains of CISSP.

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  • Apr 17, 2023 - Apr 21, 2023
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    08:00 AM - 04:00 PM PST

This course provides professionals with the fundamental knowledge of the CISSP exam and helps develop a better understanding of the 8 domains of CISSP.

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  • Learning Style: Virtual
  • Learning Style: Certification
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Course Duration: 5 Days
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  • Certificate: See Sample

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About this Course:

The CISSP Certification is one of the most well-worth certifications in the niche of information security. The certification serves as a testimony of the professionals’ managerial and technical knowledge and capabilities and validates his extensive working experience relating to managing, designing, and engineering the organizations’ security infrastructure. On average, a CISSP Certified Security Specialist earns $126,770 annually. This course provides professionals with the fundamental knowledge of the CISSP exam and helps develop a better understanding of the 8 domains of CISSP.

Course Objectives:

The CISSP Exam is based on the 8 information security domains that play a substantial role in augmenting the standards of security in national infrastructure, corporations, and information systems. The primary objective of these distinguished domains is to help professionals develop a sound knowledge and understanding of the information security needs of a business enterprise. With the integration of human, managerial, and technical aspects, the CISSP exam strives to build better collaboration between system and information security. The eight domains of the CISSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) include Security and Risk Management, Security Engineering, Asset Security, Identity and Access Management, Communication and Network Security, Security Assessment and Testing, Software Development Security, and Security Operations.

Audience:

The following group of professionals can relish the maximum benefits from the learnings and certification of CISSP:

  • Security Manager
  • Network and Security Architect
  • IT Manager and Security Director
  • Security System Engineer
  • Information Security Professionals
  • Security Analyst and Consultant

Prerequisites:

  • Candidates must have 4-year Graduate Degree or Equivalent
  • A minimum of 5 years of working experience in multiple CISSP-CBK domains is mandatory
  • The (ISC)2 Approved List Credential Credit will account for 1-year experience
  • Inexperienced Candidates can become (ISC)2 Associate by passing CISSP Exam
  • The (ISC)2 Associate must earn 5 years working experience in the next 6 years.

Suggested Prerequisites:

  • CompTIA Security+ (Exam SY0-401)
  • Information System Certification and Accreditation Expert
  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional – Overview

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Frequently Asked Questions



Q1. How do I become a Certified Information Systems Security Professional Cissp?

In order to register for the CISSP certification exam, you must demonstrate that you possess a minimum of five years of professional experience in the information security field. Your work history must show that your skill set embraces at least two of the 10 domains in the (ISC)2 CISSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)

Q2. What is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification salary?

Earlier this month, the folks over at PayScale.com surveyed a group of 3,872 CISSPs finding their average yearly salary ranged from $54,820 to $152,311 (quite a spread)- depending on the participants location, years of experience and job title. Become a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

Q3. What is the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) pass rate?

Though the pass rates for the CISSP are not publicly released, it is widely assumed that pass rates are well below 50%. The CISSP exam is designed to evaluate your deep technical and managerial competence across eight diverse domains. In other words, it's hard and there is a ton of material.

Q4. Who should obtain the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification training?

If you work in any of the following job roles, you should consider Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) training certification.

  • Security Consultant
  • Security Manager
  • IT Director/Manager
  • Security Auditor
  • Security Architect
  • Security Analyst
  • Security Systems Engineer
  • Chief Information Security Officer
  • Director of Security
  • Network Architect

Q5. What is Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification training ?

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification training is a world famous information systems security professional certification from an organization called ISC2. CISSP stands for Certified Information Systems Security Professional.

Q6. What is the format of the exam including passing percentage?

CISSP is a 6 hour exam with 250 multiple choice questions (each question = 4 marks). You need 700 out of 1,000 marks to pass this exam.

Q6. What was the weight on exam of new domains?

  1. 15%- Security and Risk Management (Domain 1)
  2. 10%- Asset Security (Domain 2)
  3. 13%- Security Architecture and Engineering (Domain 3)
  4. 14%- Communication and Network Security (Domain 4)
  5. 13%- Identity and Access Management (IAM) (Domain 5)
  6. 12%- Security Assessment and Testing (Domain 6)
  7. 13%- Security Operations (Domain 7)
  8. 10%- Software Development Security (Domain 8)

Q7. What are names of the new domains of Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification training?

The new domain names of CISSP are as follows

    <1i>Security and Risk Management (Domain 1) <1i>Asset Security (Domain 2) <1i>Security Architecture and Engineering (Domain 3) <1i>Communication and Network Security (Domain 4) <1i>Identity and Access Management (IAM) (Domain 5) <1i>Security Assessment and Testing (Domain 6) <1i>Security Operations (Domain 7) <1i>Software Development Security (Domain 8)

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    The instructor was very knowledgeable in the subject matter and did a good job getting as much of the material across as possible. There were a few times got a little off topic but as someone whose taught before I know that can be hard to avoid sometimes. All in all good job and I would attend another class in the future if given the chance.

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    The class was a lot of information to take in during the one week. I feel like I need to study more on my own before I try to take the test. The Instrustor was great and knew what to teach and what other subjects needed to be covered outside of the book. A lot of link and other videos and blog posts to read. Josh was overall a great teacher.

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