David R. Miller

The NEW 2015 CISSP Exam. Brace Yourself (and prepare yourself)!

Date: This event took place live on March 17 2015

Presented by: David R. Miller

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

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Are you interested in the CISSP certification? Have you been studying for the exam? Do you plan to take the exam real soon?

If not....BRACE YOURSELF......

On January 15, 2015, ISC2, the certifying body for the CISSP certification exam, released a new set of exam objectives for the CISSP certification exam. These changes will be on the CISSP certification exam beginning on April 15, 2015. This new exam is a major change from the current CISSP exam, version 2012. Content will be moved and merged to 8 Domains of the Common Book of Knowledge, down from the current 10 Domains. If you will be testing after 4/14/2015, you will need to learn the new shape and topics of the 2015 CISSP Certification exam.

What we will cover:

  1. The CISSP certification exam, circa 2012; A quick review
  2. The new shape of the CISSP certification exam, circa 2015
  3. Certification requirements
  4. New topics that will be test-worthy on April 15, 2015
  5. How should you prepare?
  6. Questions and answers

About David R. Miller

David has been a network engineer, consultant, author, and technical instructor since the early 1980's and has specialized in IT security and compliance work in the recent years. Students consistently rate David's lectures as excellent, and a recent survey showed that approximately 93% of the students attending his CISSP classes passed the very challenging 6 hour certification exam on their first attempt. David has lectured on information systems security, compliance, and network engineering to prestigious groups including The Smithsonian Institute, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Army Advanced Battle Command, the U.S. Navy Seventh Fleet, the U.S. Department of the Interior, Cisco Systems, Inc., Oracle Corporation, Symantec Corporation, Hewlett-Packard Company, and JP Morgan Chase & Co. Global Financial Services, to name a few.

In addition to writing and lecturing, David routinely performs as an IT security and compliance consultant, performing gap analysis and remediation services largely focused in the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS credit card data), and the Healthcare Information Portability and Accountability Act (patients' medical information) for medical practices. He is a Qualified Security Assessor of PCI and a Microsoft Subject Matter Expert on the Windows Active Directory enterprise network operating system platform.

David is an author, a lecturer, and technical editor of books, curriculum, certification exams and computer based training videos. He has had ten books published to date, with five of them focused on IT security, and the others targeting enterprise level network engineering, network architecture, and operating system administration.

See all of David's current books at Amazon.com.