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Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) is one of the computer industry's most comprehensive and prestigious certification programs for assessing and maintaining security IT networking and management skills.
Information system security is a unique aspect of business, government, and society today. Professionals who work to protect and secure information systems need a unique set of qualifications, of which technical knowledge is only one component.
This certificate covers security theory and management principles at a high level. The program is taught by top security industry professionals with real world experience and a passion for sharing their experience and knowledge.
This management level computer security course will teach you to plan, design, administer, and troubleshoot security systems to effectively protect your company's data in the constantly changing, challenging world of computer networks and information systems.
Through ten CISSP modules, including security theory and applications, students will broaden and deepen their knowledge of information systems security. Students are also prepared for the CISSP certification exam.
Audience and Prerequisites
This course is designed for individuals who have Information Systems security background
and wish to prepare for skills in the planning, management and/or administration of information security. Related experience must include a minimum of at least five years direct full-time security professional work experience in two or more of the ten domains (see course outline below for CISSP knowledge domains).
Course Outline Detail
Lesson 1: Access Control Systems & Methodology
Lesson 2: Applications & Systems Development
Lesson 3: Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning
Lesson 4: Cryptography
Lesson 5: Law, Investigation & Ethics
Lesson 6: Operations Security (Computer)
Lesson 7: Physical Security
Lesson 8: Security Architecture & Models
Lesson 9: Security Management Practices
Lesson 10: Telecommunications & Network Security - I & II