Upon completion of this program, students will have expertise in security topics, such as communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, access control, authentication, and external attack and operational and organizational security. After finishing this program, students will qualify to take the certifications exam for CompTIA Security+ and (ISC)2 CISSP.
• Information systems Access Control
• Network systems and telecommunications.
• Define security management.
• Create application security.
• Perform cryptography.
• Secure system architecture.
• Execute operations security.
• Perform business continuity planning.
• Apply physical security.
• Apply law, investigations, and ethics.
Students pursuing CISSP training want to establish themselves as credible computer security professionals through a study of all 10 CISSP Common Body of Knowledge domains. Validating this knowledge is the goal of certification; therefore, students attending this training should also meet the requirements needed to sit for the CISSP certification exam. These include five years of direct professional work experience in one or more fields related to 10 CBK security domains or a college degree and four years of experience. Check with (ISC)2 for the most up-to-date requirements. New certifications have emerged and will continue to emerge from (ISC)2, which may cause changes to base requirements.
Students should have certifications in A+, Network+, or Security+, or equivalent professional experience. Students may have one or more of the following certifications or equivalent experience: MCSE, MCITP, CCNA, and CCNP.