CISSP® Certification Training

CISSP® Certification Training

The course covers the 8 domains of the CISSP Common Body of Knowledge as reorganised in early 2015 and fully includes the updates that came into effect from 1 April 2018. The course will broaden and deepen your understanding of the domains and give preparation for the (ISC)2 CISSP certification examination.

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Course Curriculum

CISSP® Certification Training

SELF PACED

The course covers the 8 domains of the CISSP Common Body of Knowledge as reorganised in early 2015 and fully includes the updates that came into effect from 1 April 2018. The course will broaden and deepen your understanding of the domains and give preparation for the (ISC)2 CISSP certification examination.

  • WEEK 5-6
  • 10 Modules
  • 6 Hours
Self Paced

Topics:
  • Welcome and Administrivia.
  • Course Overview.
  • Review and Revision Techniques.
  • References.
  • Specialised References and Additional Reading.
  • Other Resources.
  • The “CISSP World-View”.
  • The Exam.
  • On the Day of the Exam.
  • Exam Technique.
  • After the Exam.
  • CISSP Concentrations.
  • Blended Learning Follow-up.

Topics:
  • Privacy Requirements(Transborder Data Flows,Data Breaches).
  • Intellectual Property.
  • Computer Ethics and Professional Ethics.
  • Risk Management Concepts.
  • Definitions of Risk.
  • Risk Management Processes (SP800-30, ISO27005).
  • Information Risk Analysis.
  • Audit Frameworks and Methodologies.
  • Countermeasures and Controls(Control Assessment, Testing and Monitoring).
  • Threat Modeling.
  • Business Continuity Requirements.
  • Development of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans.
  • Security Policies.
  • Standards.
  • Procedures.
  • Guidelines.
  • Personnel Security.
  • Acquisitions Policy and Strategies.
  • Security Education.
  • Awareness and Training.

Topics:
  • Security Engineering Lifecycle.
  • Systems Architecture.
  • Enterprise Security Architecture.
  • Security Models(Mandatory Access Control Models,Discretionary Access Control).
  • Evaluation.
  • Certification and Accreditation,Evaluation Schemes.
  • Security Implementation Guidelines.
  • Frameworks and Standards.
  • Database Security.
  • Vulnerabilities(Architectural Vulnerabilities,Distributed Computing,Remote and Mobile Computing,Process Control and SCADA,Embedded Systems and the Internet of Things).
  • Cryptology(Types of Cryptoprimitives,Classical Cryptography,Symmetric Cryptoprimitives,Unkeyed and Keyed Hashes).
  • Public Key Cryptosystems(Authentication & Digital Signatures,Public Key Infrastructure).
  • Key Management(Advanced Concepts – Quantum computing, etc.,Cryptanalysis and Attacks).
  • Site Planning and Design(Security Survey,Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design).
  • Facility Security(Physical Security Principles,Data Centers, Server Rooms and Wiring Closets,Secure Work Areas).

Topics:
  • Security Audit, Assessment and Testing Concepts(First-Person and Third-Party Audits).
  • Software Security Assessment(Unit Testing).
  • Integration Testing(Regression Testing,Advanced Techniques and Tools – Fuzzers, Model Checkers, Automated Theorem Provers).
  • Systems Security Assessment.
  • Network Security Assessment.
  • Networking Principles(Protocol Layers,ISO/OSI vs TCP/IP).
  • Physical Layer(Local Area Network Protocols,Wide Area Network Protocols).
  • Physical Layer Attacks.
  • Network Layer(IP Addressing and Routing,IP Protocol Operation,ICMP Protocol,Dynamic Routing Protocols,Software Defined Networking,Network Layer Attacks).
  • Transport Layer(Transport Layer Concepts,UDP,TCP,Other Transport Layer Protocols,Transport Layer Attacks).
  • Application Layer(Application Layer Protocols,Directory Services – BIND, LDAP, etc.,Remote Access and File Transfer,Email,Web – HTTP, VOIP, Instant Messaging and Collaboration).
  • Application Layer Vulnerabilities and Attacks(Network Security Testing and Assurance,Continuous Security Monitoring).


Topics:
  • Information Assets – Identification, Ownership.
  • Data Standards and Policy.
  • Information Classification.
  • Handling Requirements.
  • Data Retention Policy, Destruction and Disposal.


Topics:
  • Networking Principles(Protocol Layers,ISO/OSI vs TCP/IP).
  • Physical Layer(Local Area Network Protocols,Wide Area Network Protocols,Physical Layer Attacks).
  • Network Layer(IP Addressing and Routing,IP Protocol Operation,ICMP Protocol,Dynamic Routing Protocols,Software Defined Networking,Network Layer Attacks).
  • Transport Layer(Transport Layer Concepts,UDP,TCP,Other Transport Layer Protocols,Transport Layer Attacks).
  • Application Layer(Application Layer Protocols,Directory Services – BIND, LDAP, etc.,Remote Access and File Transfer,Email,Web – HTTP,VoiP, Instant Messaging and Collaboration).
  • Application Layer Vulnerabilities and Attacks.
  • Network Security Testing and Assurance.



Topics:
  • Basic Concepts: Trust, Identity, Authentication and Access Control.
  • Authentication Techniques(Password Management,Tokens, Badges, Smartcards and Other Devices,Biometric Techniques).
  • Authorization and Access Control.
  • Mandatory Access Control(Multi-Level Systems,Role-Based Access Control,Rule-Based Access Control).
  • Discretionary Access Control.
  • Capability-Based Systems(Federated Identity Management Systems).
  • Identity Management Lifecycle.

Topics:
  • Application Development Concepts(Programming Languages,Development Tools,Object-Oriented Concepts and Security,Third-Party Libraries and Frameworks).
  • Vulnerabilities Introduced During Development(Buffer Overflows,Format String Vulnerabilities,Input /Output Sanitization,Citizen Programmers,Covert Channels,Time-of-Check/Time-of-Use Vulnerabilities,Object Reuse,Trapdoors and Backdoors,Executable Content and Mobile Code).
  • Software Development Methodologies(Software Development Life Cycle,Security Activities in the SDLC,Prototyping, Iterative and Agile Techniques,Cleanroom and Formal Methods,Continuous Delivery and DevOps,Maturity Models).
  • Databases and Data WarehousesDatabase ConceptsDatabase Vulnerabilities and Controls,Unstructured Data and Knowledge Management).
  • Web Application Security(Web Application Architectures and Languages).
  • Common Vulnerabilities(SQL and Command Injection,Cross-Site Scripting (XSS),Cross-Site Request Forgery,Insecure Direct Object Access,Incorrect Session Management,Insecure Configuration,Inadequate Use of TLS).
  • Software Acquisition.

Topics:
  • Security Operations and Operations Security.
  • Segregation of Roles.
  • Job Rotation.
  • Dealing with Privileged Accounts and Users.
  • Information Lifecycle.
  • Threats and Vulnerabilities.
  • Malware.
  • Viruses.
  • Worms.
  • Trojans.
  • Rootkits.
  • Remote Access Trojans.
  • Spyware and Adware.
  • Logic Bombs.
  • Social Engineering.
  • Phishing, Spear-Phishing, Pharming and Botnets.
  • Hoaxes and Pranks.
  • Configuration and Change Management.
  • Patch Management and Vulnerabilities.
  • Security Metrics.
  • Monitoring and Reporting.
  • Network Monitoring and Logging.
  • Systems Monitoring and Logging.
  • Incident Response.
  • First Response.
  • Containment.
  • Investigation.
  • Recovery.
  • Crime Investigation.
  • Evidence Collection and Handling.
  • Evidence Processing and Forensics.
  • Presentation in Court.
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery.
  • Plan DevelopmentRecovery Strategies.
  • Plan DocumentationTraining.
  • Testing.
  • Physical Security.
  • Personnel Safety.

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