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CISSP Certification Training Course

Course Overview

The Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Short Course aims to improve one's cyber security knowledge by teaching advanced skills in designing and managing a security program.

Students will be trained in globally recognized, vendor-neutral cyber security skills in one course (and 11 lessons), preparing them for the CISSP certification. Security and risk management, network security, assessment and testing, and general security operations will all be covered in class. After completing the course, you will not only have the work-ready skills to pursue high-paying cybersecurity opportunities but also the knowledge to pass the CISSP exam. This validates your skillset in the eyes of potential employers and qualifies you for (ISC)2 membership.


What you will learn

You will have completed the following tasks by the end of this CISSP Short Course:

  • A thorough understanding of best cyber security practices as defined by the CISSP.
  • Ability to design, develop, and manage your comprehensive security program.
  • The ability to pursue and pass the CISSP certification exam.

Course Structure

The CISSP Course is intended for mid-level security professionals who want to improve their skills to compete in today's competitive industry. The program delves into various aspects of a high-quality cybersecurity program, such as security and risk management, architecture and design, network security, software development security, access management, cryptography, and others.

Those who finish the course will have acquired the knowledge needed to pursue CISSP certification. If a student fails the first attempt, they will be given a free exam retake voucher. CISSP certification also qualifies you for (ISC)2 membership, a leading international association for cyber security professionals.


Who is this course for?

Individuals interested in taking this CISSP Short Course must:

  • Have at least a bachelor's degree or a high school diploma
  • Have at least five years of professional work experience in at least two of the eight CISSP - (ISC)2 CBK 2021 domains.

Those with less than five years of experience will be given the title (ISC)2 associate.

Individuals who would benefit most from this course include:

  • Security Architects
  • Security Managers
  • Security Consultants
  • IT Managers
  • Security System Engineers
  • Network Architects

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