(ISC)2 CISSP-ISSMP (Management)
CISSP-ISSMP covers establishing, presenting, and governing information security programs with management and leadership skills.
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About this Course
Led by an (ISC)2 authorized instructor, this Official (ISC)2 CBK Training Seminar for the CISSP-ISSMP focuses on establishing, presenting, and governing information security programs.Register now
Specifically, this course contains deep managerial elements, such as project management, setting up and delivering a security awareness program, and managing a business continuity planning program. Successful CISSP-ISSMP students will be able to establish, present, and govern information security programs demonstrating management and leadership skills.
- Five Days of Official (ISC)2 Training from an Authorized CISSP-ISSMP Instructor
- Official (ISC)2 CISSP-ISSMP Courseware
- Official (ISC)2 CISSP-ISSMP Student Guide
- Practical Experience with Realistic Scenario-Based Learning Activities
- 60 Days of OnDemand Access to the Recordings of your CISSP-ISSMP Session (Video & Audio)
- For Live OnLine Training Only
*CISSP-ISSMP Exam Voucher Available for Additional Cost ($399 USD)*
Domain 1: Leadership and Business Management
- Establish security’s role in organizational culture, vision, and management
- Align security program with organization governance
- Define and implement information security strategies
- Define and maintain security policy framework
- Manage security requirements in contracts and agreements
- Oversee security awareness and training programs
- Define, measure, and report security metrics
- Prepare, obtain, and administer security budget
- Manage security programs
- Apply product development and project management principles
Domain 2: Systems Lifecycle Management
- Manage integration of security into System Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
- Integrate new business initiatives and emerging technologies into the security architecture
- Define and oversee comprehensive vulnerability management programs
- Manage security aspects of change control
Domain 3: Risk Management
- Develop and manage a risk management program
- Conduct Risk Assessments (RA)
Domain 4: Threat Intelligence and Incident Management
- Establish and maintain threat intelligence program
- Establish and maintain incident handling and investigation program
Domain 5: Contingency Management
- Oversee development of Contingency Plans (CP)
- Guide development of recovery strategies
- Maintain Business Continuity Plan (BCP), Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP), and Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)
- Manage recovery process
Domain 6: Law, Ethics, and Security Compliance Management
- Understand the impact of laws that relate to information security
- Understand management issues related to the (ISC)2 code of ethics
- Validate compliance in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and industry best practices
- Coordinate with auditors, and assist with the internal and external audit process
- Document and manage compliance exceptions
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The CISSP-ISSMP training course is a great fit for professionals who currently hold a CISSP certification, with some example job titles including but not limited to:
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Information Security Officer
- Chief Technology Officer
- Senior Security Executive
What do I need to get my CISSP-ISSMP certification?
To qualify for your CISSP-ISSMP 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-ISSMP 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-ISSMP certification?
The last step to getting CISSP-ISSMP 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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