Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) Training and Certification Course

Course overview

The certified information systems security professional (CISSP) certification is the certificate for security professionals. The CISSP certification is the key to the success of security professionals in their careers. Having a CISSP professional certificate can lead to better pay and faster advancement in the field of security analysts. Security professional positions such as network security specialists, senior security engineers, information security managers, or chief security officers can all benefit from CISSP certification training. This training program straightens your expertise in defining IT architecture and designing, constructing, and maintaining a secure business environment by using globally approved information security standards.

Currently, the CISSP certification covers the following eight domains:
•    Security and Risk Management
•    Asset Security
•    Security Engineering
•    Communications and Network Security
•    Identity and Access Management
•    Security Assessment and Testing
•    Security Operations
•    Software Development Security

 

Objectives of the course

 

If you are planning to take the CISSP exam, you need to undergo training to better cover the gaps in your expertise. Or if you're someone who needs to get a broad view of the key aspects of information security or looking to build your career in information security and wants to put all of your key concepts in place, then this course is for you.
•    CISSP certification validates your skills in IT security and it is globally recognized for security professionals.
•    When you become CISSP certified, your job prospects will increase, as today companies are spending more on IT Security.
•    Once you have completed this certification, you can get automatic membership to the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)².
 


Course Prerequisites

 

There are some prerequisites, one must follow to become a CISSP.
To become CISSP certified, the candidate should have a minimum of five years of experience in two or more of the total of eight domains listed under CISSP CBK (Common Body of Knowledge). However, if an applicant holds a four-year college degree in the same field, its regional equivalent or educational eligibility as specified by (ISC)², one year from the total minimum experience may be waived off.
 

FAQ’S

You will learn the design, architecture, and management of IT Security in an organization.

To pass this examination, you have to secure at least 700 out of 1000 points. There are a total of 100-150 questions that need to be answered in the duration of about 3 hours. The exam can be taken in several languages other than English, and the visually impaired can take it too. 
 

You have to pay $699 for the CISSP exam in India.
 

You cannot attempt the CISSP exam more than three times in a calendar year.

It is valid for three years. You can take the CISSP exam again or submit 120 Continuing Professional Education credits (CPEs) during the three years to renew your certificate. These credits can be earned by participating in CPE activities. An Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF) is also expected to be paid to maintain the certification.
 

It is valid for three years. You can take the CISSP exam again or submit 120 Continuing Professional Education credits (CPEs) during the three years to renew your certificate. These credits can be earned by participating in CPE activities. An Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF) is also expected to be paid to maintain the certification.

The certification is then renewed for another 3 years after submission of the CPE and AMF.

You have to take the exam again to reactivate your CISSP membership and you will have to pay Annual Maintenance Fees (AMFs) to maintain the certification.