Our Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) training course aims to supply delegates with a theory-based approach to learning the Information Systems security process and how to apply this process practically to real-life scenarios.
The course is based around teaching the eight fundamental domains of Information Security, which provide delegates with all the information they require to obtain a broad understanding of Information Security and pass the CISSP exam.
The CISSP certification is globally recognised as the best Information Systems Security certification for Security Professionals. Our trainers use a theory-based training strategy, allowing for a clear explanation of CISSP terminology and methodology. Delegates can easily gain a comprehensive knowledge of the Information Security process by attending this course.
The content of this course is largely centred on the eight fundamental domains of Information Security, which encompass everything delegates need to know about the topic. Despite being wholly theory-based, the CISSP certification emphasises the necessity of practically applying what is learned and effectively trains delegates to do this.
Hence, by the end of the course, delegates will have acquired the knowledge and skills required to be able to design, develop, apply, and manage a security program to prevent malicious cyber-attacks. Thus, these individuals become greatly desirable for employers and can greatly improve their employability prospects. Certified Information Systems Security Professionals are crucial additions to the team as they can prevent the occurrence of a number of potentially harmful attacks to a business’s systems.
The fundamental eight domains of Information Security are taught during this certification, providing delegates with all the information they require to pass the exam.
The following subjects will be taught during the CISSP Certification:
It is required for delegates to obtain a book which will be used during the course: Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CISSP CBK. 4th Edition. (ISC2 Press). - Adam Gordon
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.View Schedules Download Syllabus
We offer CISSP training courses in locations all over the US, as well as abroad. We make it easy to find a training venue near you!
Yes. Once you pass the CISSP exam, you become an associate of (ISC)2, then you will have up to six years to gain the relevant experience needed to officially become a CISSP.
An (ISC)2 CISSP certification is valid for three years in total. It is possible to retake the course and exam, or you can earn and submit 120 Continuing Professional Education credits (CPEs) during the three years.
CPE credits are earned by participating in Continuing Professional Education activities. To maintain certifications, you can earn and submit the minimum number of credits required to maintain your certification. The minimum number of CPE credits required to maintain the validity of a CISSP certification is 120 over three years.