In this course, students will expand upon their knowledge by addressing the essential elements of the 8 domains that comprise a Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)® for information systems security professionals.
Learn CISSP with the new syllabus of 2021
|Start Date||End Date||Start/End Time||Batch Type||Training Mode||Batch Status|
|08 Nov 2021||19 Nov 2021||07:00 - 12:00 (IST)||Weekday||Online||[ Close ]|
|20 Nov 2021||26 Dec 2021||19:00 - 23:00 (IST)||Weekend||Online||[ Open ]||Enroll|
|06 Dec 2021||17 Dec 2021||07:00 - 12:00 (IST)||Weekday||Online||[ Close ]|
|06 Dec 2021||12 Jan 2022||08:00 - 10:00 (IST)||Weekday||Online||[ Open ]||Enroll|
|11 Dec 2021||23 Jan 2022||09:00 - 13:00 (IST)||Weekend||Online||[ Open ]||Enroll|
|12 Dec 2021||13 Feb 2022||09:00 - 13:00 (IST)||Weekend||Online||[ Close ]|
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CISSP is the most renowned certification in the information security domain. Our CISSP certification training program aims to equip participants with in-demand technical and administrative competence to design, architect, and manage an organization’s security posture by applying internationally accepted information security standards. The training offers an in-depth understanding of eight domains that comprise CISSP common body knowledge (CBK) and prepares you for the CISSP exam held by the (ISC)2.
(ISC)² is a globally recognized, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the information security field. The CISSP was the first credential in information security to meet the stringent requirements of ISO/IEC Standard 17024. It is looked upon as an objective measure of excellence and a highly reputed standard of achievement.
To apply for the CISSP course certification, you need to:
After completion of the CISSP training course, participants will be able to:
The CISSP Training consists of the following eight domains:
The weight given to each of the domains have changed. As per new version, they are represented as follows.
|DOMAIN||% on 2018 CBK®||% on 2021 CBK®|
|Security and Risk Management||15%||15%|
|Security Architecture and Engineering||13%||13%|
|Communications and Network Security||14%||13%|
|Identity and Access Management (IAM)||14%||14%|
|Security Assessment and Testing||12%||12%|
|Software Development Security||10%||11%|
Prashant is a seasoned Information Security professional with 10+ years of hands on experience in auditing application controls, identifying breaches, communicating gaps and risks to the business and providing solutions in accordance with the policy to the stakeholders.
Ajit has more than 15 years of experience which include Consulting, Network and InfoSec training ( CISA, CISM, CISSP, CCSP, Security+, SSCP), Content development, Assessments and auditing and more
Certified Security specialist having several years of experience in Information Security across all domains including application security, vulnerability assessment, ethical hacking, pen testing and IT risk and compliance and more
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Yes, if you are a ‘Security Analyst’ you will need the CISSP credential to boost your career. Here are some other job titles that could benefit from having the CISSP:
The CISSP exam is conducted by ‘ International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium’ or (ISC)2
Once you are CISSP certified, you become a member of (ISC)2. The candidate is then required to recertify once every three years to maintain the certification. Recertification is done by gaining CPEs and paying an AMF of 125$.
CPEs are ‘Continuing Professional Education’ and some of the ways in which they can be accrued are by joining webinars, authoring an Information security article that is published in a journal or magazine, reading a book relating to CISSP and writing a review, attending (ISC)2 chapter meetings, volunteering and more.
The Infosec domain is growing by leaps and bounds every day. The CISSP credential will help you in the following ways:
For more information on the CISSP certification, do download our whitepaper and pass the exam with flying colors!