CISSP-ISSAP Certification Boot Camps

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CISSP-ISSAP Certification Boot Camps

Countrywide Training offers a five-day ISC2 CISSP-ISSAP boot camp class where you can fully prepare for your CISSP-ISSAP certification exam under the leadership of a certified instructor. This course covers a myriad of advanced topics including access control and methodology, security architecture analysis, cryptography, communications and network security, business continuity and disaster recovery, physical security, and much more.

This CISSP-ISSAP training course includes books and practice exams. After participating in classroom lectures, discussions, and activities, you’ll put your knowledge to the test using practice exams. These ISSAP practice tests provide you with a realistic look at what the real exam might be like. You can become familiar with the format and question types as well as find out which domains you might need to study further.

Expert Instructors Will Guide You Through Six Domains of Knowledge

Our CISSP-ISSAP certification boot camp prepares most students to pass the exam right away. If you don’t pass the first time, we invite you to retake the bootcamp for free within the next twelve months. Just make sure to keep your books.

Prerequisites

This course requires at least two years of professional architecture experience. We highly recommend that you have your CISSP certification prior to taking this course. If you plan on taking the ISSAP exam, you will need to obtain the CISSP certification prior to taking it.

Who Should Attend

This CISSP-ISSAP certification training boot camp is designed for CISSP-ISSAP exam candidates along with those who must meet Department of Defense (DOD) 8570.1 requirements. Whether you are a systems architect, systems designers, network designer, business analyst, chief security officer, chief technology officer, or existing CISSP, if you would like to earn the ISSAP certification and meet all prerequisites, this boot camp is for you.

Class Outline
  • 1.0 Access Control and Methodology
  • 2.0 Communications and Network Security
  • 3.0 Cryptography
  • 4.0 Security Architecture Analysis
  • 5.0 Technology-Related Business Continuity (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DRP)
  • 6.0 Physical Security Considerations
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