This CISSP course will give you a comprehensive understanding of IT network, security and information systems as you will be taught the eight CISSP domains.
Master the fundamentals of information systems security and build a career in the burgeoning IT security sector. Overseen by the Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISSCC), the Certified Information Systems Security Professional qualification is a globally recognised badge of excellence.
This CISSP course is for IT professionals who need to improve their practical skills and attain a specialisation in IT/Information Systems Security. It is aimed at current Security Professionals with either five years’ full-time paid work experience or four years’ experience plus an information security university degree in two or more of the following CISSP domains:
When you have taken the CISSP course you are then able to sit the examination through the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC). Once you have completed this exam you will be able to function in roles such as:
• Security Architect
• Security Analyst
• Security Systems Engineer
Providing comprehensive study in each of the above fields, the CISSP: Certified Information Systems Security Professional course, students will have everything they need, including hands-on practical experience, to pass the CISSP certification exam.
Upon completion of their studies, learners will benefit from:
The CISSP: Certified Information Systems Security Professional course is a mandatory step towards attaining the ISSCC CISSP certification, and a great step towards mastering network security principles and techniques.
There are no exams included in this course.
When you have taken the CISSP course they are then able to sit the examination through the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC).
Over the course of ten modules students will be introduced to a number of security provisions that can be applied to protect enterprise class systems against cyberattack or negligence. Learners are taken through each concept and then given the opportunity to test their knowledge using a series of practical examples.
During the course students will cover: