CISSP certification verifies one has mastery of a multitude of information assurance and cyber security topics, something that’s necessary for IT management and leadership (a job that many CISSP holders fulfill). Our online CISSP training covers topics ranging from operations security, telecommunications, network and internet security, access control systems and methodology and business continuity planning. Generally, CISSP training can be a bit daunting, but our online video training is broken down into modules which are self-paced, so you’re to go over a topic again if you desire more clarity.
When you decide to conclude your training, you will be equipped with the information needed to pass the official CISSP certification exam and begin your life as an information assurance leader. Be ready, you will have to study hard, but your opportunity is here.
While we know that the CISSP certification is an important distinction for an IT professional to hold, we also understand that the time, effort, and money that is often involved with this type of training can be overwhelming. This is what makes Crybaby different and allows us to help you make your career goals a reality.
Our CISSP online training can be completed anywhere and at any time. Whether you want to work on the lessons at home in the evenings or tackle a few modules each weekend at your local coffee shop, Cybrary makes it possible for you to complete these information security courses outside of the traditional classroom and at your own pace. Plus, we offer these cyber security courses online so the financial burden is one less thing you have to worry about.
If you are looking for a flexible option to help you master numerous topics surrounding information assurance and cyber security, the CISSP certification training from Cybrary is for you.
Why take CISSP training?
Obtaining a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification is the best way to show employers what you know. CISSP is considered a leading certification designed by International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2), an organization that defines IT security standards worldwide. ISC2 maintains a Common Body of Knowledge (CBK), including skills, concepts, and best practices for cybersecurity. When you have a CISSP next to your name it immediately proves that you have those skills and expertise that may not be obvious by simply glancing over your resume. By earning the CISSP certification, it shows that you have:
Comprehension of the controls and technology that increases an organization’s overall security
Proficiency in vital security areas that range from asset and software security to communication network security to software development
Technical security skills as well as managerial proficiency An eagerness to take part in the creation and implementation of policies and procedures for enterprise-level cybersecurity
After attending a CISSP training program and successfully passing the certification exam, students join an elite group of CISSP professionals – there are currently only 105,000 worldwide. Organizations, large and small, continue to improve their IT security teams by hiring employees who have the education they desire, including the most important: a CISSP certification. In fact, there are more than 301,000 current open jobs in cybersecurity in the U.S., almost twice the amount of CISSP certified candidates. The job market is wide open for CISSPs worldwide. Even the Department of Defense is seeking qualified CISSPs to hire. Whether you are skilled at creating and implementing cybersecurity policies or you’re a cryptography aficionado who loves to study the latest in encryption practices, a CISSP will broaden your employment horizons. When you get certified, you will be in-demand for thousands of employers all over the world.
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes