This CISSP® Boot Camp is an intensive five-day review of all ten domains of information security, including the latest body of knowledge information to be published by the (ISC)² in May 2021. These ten domains are:
- Security Management Practices
- Security Architecture and Models
- Access Control Systems and Methodology
- Applications Development
- Operations Security
- Physical Security
- Telecommunications, Network, and Internet Security
- Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
- Law, Investigations, and Ethics
The seminar will also cover the differences with the newer, reduced but holistic eight domain model.
Given that the seminar will cover almost the full body of knowledge that a security professional should know after five year's worth of experience, the content and material are intense. The five days are full days of lectures, although time will be made for questions and discussion. Due to the intense nature of the material, it is likely that there will be a ten-minute break every hour. Candidates will also be introduced to outside resources and contacts, such as the (ISC)² Community, the (ISC)² Vancouver Chapter, and the Vancouver Security Special Interest Group CISSP Study Group.
Candidates will also consider example exam questions, very similar in style and difficulty to what the candidates will encounter on the real exam, and discussions about types of questions and the ways to approach them so students understand both the concept and the approach of the question, as well as possible answers.
In addition, guidance on preparing for, and writing, the exam is given. Candidates will receive a comprehensive course package (in PDF format) with copies of all course slides as well as a useful reference and resource material, totaling well over 1,000 pages.
Who ought to take this course?
This course is for those with a broad knowledge of information security who plan to seek CISSP certification. (Note that full certification requires five years' worth of work experience in the field.) It is not intended to teach information security per se, rather it will review material you ought to already be familiar with to prepare you to write and pass the CISSP certification exam.
Why you ought to take this course?
The CISSP is considered the gold standard in information security certifications, proving to employers and clients the candidate's knowledge and commitment to professionalism. Even those not yet with the required experience to qualify for the full CISSP designation will benefit from passing the exam and earning the Associate of (ISC)² designation.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion upon completion of the course.
Course Delivery: Virtual
Course Date: May 17th – 21st
Registration Deadline: April 19th
Time: 8AM – 5PM daily
Cost: USD $1,600
If you have any questions or want more information, please contact Vancouver.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Registration ends April 19th
Course Author and Instructor
Robert Slade has taught CISSP preparation seminars to thousands of candidates for both (ISC)² and other institutions, on six continents. He has contributed to the (ISC)² course material and texts. In addition, he has written a dictionary specifically intended for students of information security, and his latest book uses COVID-19 as a giant case study for all the domains of information security. You can follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/rslade or his latest blogging effort at https://community.isc2.org/t5/forums/recentpostspage/user-id/1324864413