24 Hours of Video Instruction
CISSP Complete Video Course is an engaging self-paced video training solution that provides learners with 24 hours of personal, visual instruction from an expert trainer who has more than a decade of practical teaching experience. Through the use of topic-focused instructional videos, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the new April 2015 revised CBK and CISSP exam as well as a deeper understanding of security, allowing you to master the key foundational principles for securing a network and managing risk.
CISSP Complete Video Course contains 24 hours of training with content divided into 9 lessons with 94 video sub-lessons. The videos consist of live trainer discussions, screencasts, animations, and live demos. The video lessons in this course review each exam objective so you can use this course as a complete study tool for taking the CISSP exam. Instruction throughout offers detailed explanations, demos, tips, and more.
Major sections are as follows:
Lesson 1: Security and Risk Management
Lesson 2: Asset Security
Lesson 3: Security Engineering
Lesson 4: Communications and Network Security
Lesson 5: Identity and Access Management
Lesson 6: Security Assessment and Testing
Lesson 7: Security Operations
Lesson 8: Software Development Security
Lesson 9: Preparing for the Exam
About the Instructor
Sari Greene is an information security practitioner, author, and entrepreneur. She founded Sage Data Security in 2002 and has amassed thousands of hours in the field, working with a spectrum of technical, operational, and management personnel, as well as boards of directors, regulators, and service providers. Sari provided expert witness testimony in the groundbreaking PATCO v. Ocean National Bank case. From 2006 through 2010, she served as the managing director for the MEAPC, a coalition of 24 financial institutions that embrace a mission of preventing information theft and fraud through public education and awareness. Since 2010, she has served as the chair of the annual Cybercrime Symposium held in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Sari’s first text was Tools and Techniques for Securing Microsoft Networks, commissioned by Microsoft to train its partner channel, followed soon after by the first edition of Security Policies and Procedures: Principles and Practices. She has published a number of articles and whitepapers related to information security and has been quoted in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, and on CNBC. She speaks regularly at security conferences and workshops around the country and is a frequent guest lecturer. Sari has an MBA from the University of New Hampshire system and has earned an array of government and industry certifications and accreditations, including ISACA Certification in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), ISACA Certification in Security Management (CISM), (ISC)2 Certification in Information Systems Security (CISSP), and Microsoft Certified Network Engineer (MCSE), and is certified by the National Security Agency to conduct NSA-IAM assessments for federal government agencies and contractors. You can contact Sari at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on Twitter at @sari_greene.
Beginning to intermediate
Who Should Take This Course
Primary audience: CISSP certification candidates
Secondary audience: Anyone in an information security role looking to gain a practical understanding of computer security, including administrators, technicians, and network engineers who are responsible for securing IT infrastructure; personnel in management or sales roles who deal with information security topics; or government workers and contractors looking to work in security.
Five years of experience in IT networking, network storage, or data center administration
CISSP candidates must have a have a thorough understanding of cybersecurity fundamentals, the relationship between information security and business objectives, and the importance of risk management. Lesson 1, Security and Risk Management is divided into two parts. Part 1 explores a broad spectrum of security and privacy concepts, governance principles, global legal and regulatory environments, personnel security requirements, and third-party due diligence and oversight. Part 2 explores an array of risk management topics including threat modeling, quantitative and qualitative risk assessment methodologies, selecting controls and countermeasures, and business continuity.
CISSP candidates are expected to be well versed in information asset ownership, classification, management and protection. Lesson 2, Asset Security focuses on the classifying, managing and securing information assets and supporting infrastructure throughout its lifecycle with an emphasis on privacy protection.
CISSP candidates are required to understand conceptual security engineering models, information technology design components, vulnerability mitigation techniques, cryptographic systems and physical security concepts. The Security Engineering domain is the second largest in terms of number of covered topics. Lesson 3, Security Engineering is divided into two parts. Part 1 focuses on design principles and models, systems architecture, and assessing and mitigating vulnerabilities. Part 2 concentrates on cryptographic systems, techniques, and protocols including encryption, hashing, digital signature and the Public Key Infrastructure. Also included in Part 2 is secure site and facility design principles and practical application.
CISSP candidates are expected to demonstrate a thorough understanding of networking topologies, protocols, convergence, and network attack vectors necessary to design and implement secure communication channels. Lesson 4, Communication and Network Security addresses OSI and TCP/IP models, IP convergence and extensibility, multimedia security, virtual private networks, end point protection and network attack method. The lesson concludes with examining a unified attack prevention and mitigation approach.
CISSP candidates will be tested on authentication, authorization and access control systems, design and management. Lesson 5, Identity and Access Management begins with a review of access control fundamentals. Subsequent topics include local and cloud-based identity management, authentication factors and processes, access control models, access and authorization criteria, techniques and technologies, user lifecycle provisioning, and access control attack mitigation.
CISSP candidates must be able to successfully design and manage internal and third-party security assessment and testing as well as analyze and report on test output. Lesson 5, Security Assessment and Testing explores testing and examination objectives, techniques, targets, results and recommendations. The lesson also incorporates three complementary topics -information security continuous monitoring (ICSM), audit fundamentals and regulatory examinations.
CISSP candidates will be tested on the practical application of information security concepts, best practices, and industry standards related to the security operations of enterprise computing systems. According to the Candidate Information Bulleting, the Security Operations domain is the largest in terms of individual topics on the CISSP examination. Lesson 7, Security Operations is divided into two parts. Part 1 focuses on the daily and ongoing operational tasks of custodians and security operations personnel including managing privileged accounts, managing border controls, conducting monitoring, logging and DLP activities, implementing and supporting vulnerability, patch, malware and media management, and participating in the configuration management process. Part 2, focuses on incident management and business continuity including resiliency, fault tolerance, disaster recovery planning and plan maintenance, incident preparation, detection and response, forensic investigation, and business continuity strategies.
CISSP candidates are expected to be familiar with the software development lifecycle and to be able to assess and enforce security controls related to both software development and software implementation. Lesson 8, Software Development Security explores the traditional software development lifecycle, the emerging security development lifecycle, development tools, techniques and tests, database security and privacy, and the impact of acquired software. The lesson concludes with a secure software acquisition and implementation walkthrough.
Lesson 9 is designed to be both a review and a study roadmap. Each sub-lesson includes exam categories, topic and cross-references. You can use Lesson 9 to design a study roadmap or to review your knowledge. In the very last lesson‚Äì9.9‚Äìyou’ll find information on exam preparation, format, logistics, and what to do on test day!
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