Secure systems professionally to protect against threats
Plan and implement successful security programs
Experience training from a first-class provider
Acquire knowledge of the 8 major domains
Security is essential for Information Systems to maintain their standards and confidentiality of data, as Information Systems can easily suffer from software and network attacks. This constant threat of a security breach requires Information Systems to constantly be prepared to prevent and defend against those attacks. Security professionals must possess security skills such as design, organisation, and management of security programs. Prevention and detection are also key to ensuring your system remains safe.
A CISSP certification can provide you with the skills you need to protect your Information System from security threats . CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) is an Information Security certification that was developed by the ISC. CISSP certifications are of benefit to not just the IT sector but also Security Consultants, Network Architects, CISOs, Security Directors, and many more.
Our CISSP training courses cover all concepts that will make you a proficient CISSP professional.
The courses covered under CISSP training include CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional and CSSLP Boot Camp.
The Information System’s security assures the protection of digital information, as well as IT Assets, against all kinds of threats. This training is suitable for candidates who wish to become highly proficient in the management of Information Security. Our expert instructors and comprehensive training are CISSP certified.
Our training fully covers the CISSP certification specifications. Our coverage of the 8 major domains is extensive. The ISC specify 8 major domains where the competency of the candidate is assessed. These are:
What are the benefits of CISSP training?
Benefits of CISSP certifications include:
Why choose Pentagon Training?
CISSP training is suitable for security professionals who possess a minimum of either five years full-time paid work experience, or four years’ experience, plus an Information Security university degree, in two or more of the following 8 CISSP domains:
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