About the course

Prerequisites

Candidates who are interested to appear in the exam are expected to have following things: A minimum of five years direct full-time security work experience in two or more of the CISSP domains

OR

If they hold a four-year college degree OR degree in information security from a U.S. National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Security (CAEIAE) or regional equivalent.

Who is the target audience?

The CISSP certification is a globally recognized professional requirement in the IT Security domain. This certification is well-suited for:
  • IT consultants, managers
  • Security policy writers
  • Privacy officers
  • Information security officers
  • Network administrators
  • Security device administrators
  • Security engineers
  • Other security professionals
who develop policies and procedures in information security

Curriculum


Module 1: Test-Taking Tips and Study Techniques

  • 1.1  Preparation for the CISSP Exam
  • 1.2  Submitting Required Paperwork
  • 1.3  Resources and Study Aids
  • 1.4  Passing the Exam the First Time

Module 2: Security and Risk Management (Security, Risk, Compliance, Law, Regulations, and Business Continuity)

  • 2.1  Confidentiality
  • 2.2   Integrity
  • 2.3   and Availability Concepts
  • 2.4  Security Governance Principles
  • 2.5  Compliance
  • 2.6  Legal and Regulatory Issues
  • 2.7  Professional Ethic
  • 2.8  Security Policies
  • 2.9   Standards
  • 2.10   Procedures and Guidelines

Module 3: Asset Security (Protecting Security of Assets)

  • 3.1  Information and Asset Classification
  • 3.2  Ownership (e.g. Data Owners
  • 3.3   System Owners)
  • 3.4  Protect Privacy
  • 3.5  Appropriate Retention
  • 3.6  Data security Controls
  • 3.7  Handling Requirements (e.g. Markings
  • 3.8   Labels
  • 3.9   Storage)

Module 4: Security Engineering (Engineering and Management of Security)

  • 4.1  Engineering processes using secure design principles
  • 4.2  Security models fundamental concepts
  • 4.3  Security evaluation models
  • 4.4  Security capabilities of information systems
  • 4.5  Security architectures
  • 4.6   designs
  • 4.7   and solution elements vulnerabilities
  • 4.8  Web-based systems vulnerabilities
  • 4.9  Mobile systems vulnerabilities
  • 4.10  Embedded devices and cyber-physical systems vulnerabilities
  • 4.11  Cryptography
  • 4.12  Site and facility design secure principles
  • 4.13  Physical security

Module 5: Communication and Network Security (Designing and Protecting Network Security)

  • 5.1  Secure network architecture design (e.g. IP & non-IP protocols
  • 5.2   segmentation)
  • 5.3  Secure network components
  • 5.4  Secure communication channels
  • 5.5  Network attacks

Module 6: Identity and Access Management (Controlling Access and Managing Identity)

  • 6.1  Physical and logical assets control
  • 6.2  Identification and authentication of people and devices
  • 6.3  Identity as a service (e.g. cloud identity)
  • 6.4  Third-party identity services
  • 6.5  Access control attacks
  • 6.6  Identity and access provisioning lifecycle

Module 7: Security Assessment and Testing (Designing, Performing, and Analyzing Security Testing)

  • 7.1  Assessment and test strategies
  • 7.2  Security process data (e.g. management and operational controls)
  • 7.3  Security control testing
  • 7.4  Test outputs (e.g. automated
  • 7.5   manual)
  • 7.6  Security architectures vulnerabilities

Module 8: Security Operations (Foundational Concepts, Investigations, Incident Management, and Disaster Recove

  • 8.1  Investigations support and requirements
  • 8.2  Logging and monitoring activities
  • 8.3  Provisioning of resources
  • 8.4  Foundational security operations concepts
  • 8.5  Resource protection techniques
  • 8.6  Incident management
  • 8.7  Preventative measures
  • 8.8  Patch and vulnerability management
  • 8.9  Change management processes
  • 8.10  Recovery strategies
  • 8.11  Disaster recovery processes and plans
  • 8.12  Business continuity planning and exercises
  • 8.13  Physical security
  • 8.14  Personnel safety concerns

Module 9: Software Development Security (Understanding, Applying, and Enforcing Software Security)

  • 9.1  Security in the software development lifecycle
  • 9.2  Development environment security controls
  • 9.3  Software security effectiveness
  • 9.4  Acquired software security impact
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