(ISC)2 CISSP-ISSAP (Architecture)
CISSP-ISSAP analyzes the design of security solutions and providing management with risk-based guidance to meet organizational goals.
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About this Course
CISSP-ISSAP is a recognized credential recognizing advanced expertise in the area of information security architecture.Register now
This official training seminar provides students with a comprehensive review of information security concepts and industry best practices, mainly focusing on designing security solutions and providing management with risk-based guidance to meet organizational needs. Whether a student is hoping to take the CISSP-ISSAP certification exam or learn more about information architecture, this course is packed with study tips and practical information. All that to be said, CISSP-ISSAP is a great resource for those hoping to review and refresh their information security knowledge while also identifying areas they need to study before writing the certification exam.
- Five Days of Official (ISC)2 Training from an Authorized CISSP-ISSAP Instructor
- Official (ISC)2 CISSP-ISSAP Courseware
- Official (ISC)2 CISSP-ISSAP Student Guide
- Practical Experience with Realistic Scenario-Based Learning Activities
- 60 Days of OnDemand Access to the Recordings of your CISSP-ISSAP Session (Video & Audio)
- For Live OnLine Training Only
*CISSP-ISSAP Exam Voucher Available for Additional Cost ($399 USD)
Domain 1: Architect for Governance, Compliance and Risk Management
- Determine legal, regulatory, organization and industry requirements
- Manage Risk
Domain 2: Security Architecture Modeling
- Identify security architecture approach
- Verify and validate design
Domain 3: Infrastructure Security Architecture
- Develop infrastructure security requirements
- Design defense-in-depth architecture
- Secure shared services
- Integrate technical security controls
- Design and integrate infrastructure monitoring
- Design infrastructure cryptographic solutions
- Design secure network and communication infrastructure
- Evaluate physical and environmental security requirements
Domain 4: Identity and Access Management (IAM) Architecture
- Design identity management and lifecycle
- Design access control management and lifecycle
- Design identity and access solutions
Domain 5: Architect for Application Security
- Integrate Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) with application security architecture
- Determine application security capability requirements and strategy
- Identify common proactive controls for applications
Domain 6: Security Operations Architecture
- Gather security operations requirements
- Design information security monitoring
- Design Business Continuity (BC) and resiliency solutions
- Validate Business Continuity Plan (BCP)/Disaster Recover Plan (DRP) architecture
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The CISSP-ISSAP training course is a great fit for professionals who currently hold a CISSP certification, with some example job titles including but not limited to:
- System Architect
- Chief Technology Officer
- System and Network Designer
- Business Analyst
- Chief Security Officer
What do I need to get my CISSP-ISSAP certification?
To qualify for your CISSP-ISSAP certification you must be a CISSP certification holder in good standing. You will also need to have two years of cumulative paid work experience in at least one of the six domains in the CISSP-ISSAP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK).
What counts towards paid work experience?
Paid work experience can come from full-time, part-time or even internships (internships can be paid or unpaid). Each of these categories are defined as:
- Full-Time Experience: A minimum of 35 hours/week, this experience is accursed monthly, meaning 4 weeks of 35 hours or more equals one month of experience.
- Part-Time Experience: Between 20 and 34 hours/week, with the hours logged converting to full-time experience as such:
- 1040 hours of part-time = 6 months of full-time experience
- 2080 hours of part-time = 12 months of full-time experience
- Internships: Internship experience can be paid or unpaid to qualify. Documentation on company/organization letterhead confirming your position is required.
Is there anything else I need to get my CISSP-ISSAP certification?
The last step to getting CISSP-ISSAP certified is to get endorsed by others, this simply ensures that your claimed professional experience is true and that you are in good standing in the cybersecurity industry.
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