The vendor-neutral CISSP certification is the ideal credential for those with proven deep technical and managerial competence, skills, experience, and credibility to design, engineer, implement, and manage their overall information security program to protect organizations from growing sophisticated attacks.
Backed by (ISC)², the globally recognized, not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the information security field, the CISSP was the first credential in the field of information security to meet the stringent requirements of ISO/IEC Standard 17024. Not only is the CISSP an objective measure of excellence, but also a globally recognized standard of achievement.
This is the perfect class for people who cannot get time away from work, consultants, and self-employed students who do not wish to lose four days of consultation or wages, or for anyone who wants to master the content and have some study time in between knowledge areas covered each Saturday instead of attending heavy loaded 4 days in a row session.
TEST PASS GUARANTEE
We are totally confident in our training quality, the instructor Mr. Akhter offers the students a second exam for FREE if you did not pass the first time you take it.
RECORDING OF SESSIONS
All sessions will be recorded. If you cannot attend one of the Saturday Sessions, you can watch the recording instead. Students will have access to all of the recordings for 180 days.
The CISSP draws from a comprehensive, up-to-date, global common body of knowledge that ensures security leaders have a deep knowledge and understanding of new threats, technologies, regulations, standards, and practices. The CISSP exam tests one’s competence in the 8 domains of the CISSP CBK, which cover:
CISSP® Eligibility Requirements:
Candidates must have a minimum of 5 years cumulative paid full-time work experience in two or more of the 8 domains of the (ISC)² CISSP CBK®. Candidates may receive a one year experience waiver with a 4-year college degree, or regional equivalent or additional credential from the (ISC)² approved list, thus requiring four years of direct full-time professional security work experience in 2 or more of the 8 domains of the CISSP CBK.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
FIRST TIME PASS GUARANTEE:
We provide you with the best training material (1200 slides) , exceptional training, mindmaps ( 21 chapters) , summary notes ( 21 chapters) , and realistic tips and tricks on exam questions. We are confident in our training quality and if you don’t pass the exam on your first try, the second exam fee will be on us. We have few basic terms and conditions:
1. You must attend all 6 sessions.
2. You must score at least 85% on the full length exam that we will give to you. You can attempt it numerous time to go to that level.
3. You must score at least 85% in all 8 domains in CCCure exam quiz. You can attempt it numerous time to go to that level.
4. You must sit for the exam within two months of the boot camp.
1. How much is the CISSP Examination cost?
The CISSP exam cost is $699.00
2. What does the CISSP examination consist of?
The CISSP exam is a 125 question English language examination. Candidates are given 3 hours to complete the exam.
3. Are there different versions for each country?
No, the test is based on internationally accepted information security standards and practices. There are no country specific questions or language. The same English language version is given throughout the world.
4. What do the questions cover?
The CISSP Certification examination consists of 125 multiple-choice, drag and drop, and scenario based questions. Candidates have up to 3 hours to complete the examination. Examination questions cover all eight domains in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). Questions are “scrambled” on the examination, they are not presented in domain order. Currently, the CISSP certification covers the following eight domains:
5. Are the pre-test questions identified?
No. They are scrambled into the examination along with the scored items.
6. What types of questions are there?
All test questions are multiple choice with four possible answers. They are designed to test a candidate’s knowledge of information security facts and concepts and their application.
7. How hard is the examination?
The examination tests the expected knowledge a 3-5 year practitioner should have. It is designed to test for the minimum level of competency acceptable for someone to be certified as an information systems security professional. A knowledgeable candidate should not find the examination difficult.
8. If the examination isn’t particularly difficult, why don’t more people pass it?
What makes the examination difficult is the expansive knowledge base it covers. It’s difficult to develop expertise in all eight domains.
9. Are the questions in the Study Guides really representative of examination questions?
The study guides questions are good examples of the format and type of questions you would see on the exam but are not necessarily representative of the difficulty.
The domains that are not commonly used in every day security management such as cryptography, system architecture, and physical security usually score the lowest.
10. How current is the CISSP examination?
Each year between 100 and 150 new questions are added to the question pool, many are based on new security technologies. You can expect to find questions on current technologies, practices and standards.
11. How detailed are the questions, what depth of knowledge is being tested?
The CISSP examination is designed to evaluate the ability of a security manager, engineer or architect to properly evaluate, select, deploy and assess security measures. A candidate should have a detailed enough knowledge of security designs, measures, vulnerabilities, etc. to successfully accomplish these tasks.
12. What’s the CISSP Examination passing score?
There is no fixed passing score for the examination. The cut score for each examination is calculated by equating the scoring values associated with each question. Passing rates estimated to be in the 70% to 80% range. Less than 8% of those tested achieve scores higher than 85%.
13. What are the requirements to sit for the exam?
To sit for the CISSP examination, a candidate must:
The eligibility requirements to sit for the CISSP examination are completely separate from the eligibility requirements necessary to be certified as a CISSP.
14. What are the requirements to be certified as a CISSP?
To become certified as a CISSP, a candidate must:
1. Pass the CISSP exam with a scaled score of 700 points or greater.
2. Meet the CISSP experience eligibility requirements.
3. Submit a properly completed and executed Endorsement Form.
4. If the candidate is selected for audit, they must successfully pass that audit of their assertions regarding professional experience.
15. What is the endorsement process?
The Endorsement Process:
A candidate applying for certification must be endorsed by another (ISC)² certified professional in good standing before the credential can be awarded.
A candidate receiving a pass letter informing the candidate that he or she has passed the certification examination will also receive a blank endorsement form. The form must be completed and signed by an (ISC)² certified professional. The (ISC)² certified professional is anyone who:
16. What happen if you get audited?
A percentage of the candidates who pass the CISSP examination and submit endorsements will be randomly subjected to audit and required to submit a resume for formal review and investigation. If audited (subject to results), the credential will be awarded within seven business days and notification sent via e-mail. Naturally, there may be some delays due to mail service or the number of forms received. Also, audits may require additional time for verifying information and/or contacting references.
17. What I need to do once I have the certification?
Post Certification – Now that you are a CISSP
Once an individual has successfully passed an (ISC)² credentialing examination, continuing education is required to maintain their certification in good standing.
In addition to paying an annual maintenance fee and subscribing to the Code of Ethics, a CISSP must earn continuing professional education credits every three years – or retake their certification examinations. CPE credits are earned by performing activities largely related to the information systems security profession including, but not limited to, the following: