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CISSP(Certified Information Systems Security Professional) The award for successfully completing an examination in computer security administered by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2. Subjects covered include security management practices, security architecture, access control, operations security, cryptography, network and Internet security and disaster recovery. For more information, visit www.isc2.org. See certification.
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To register or learn more about the CISSP
Certification Training, visit the course page on Alpine Security's website:
The first ten chapters correspond to the ten domains of the security Common Body of Knowledge that underlies the CISSP
Beginning in 2003, four years of systems security experience in at least one of the 10 areas included in the CBK is a requirement for taking the CISSP
Considered the "gold standard" in cyber security credentials, the CISSP
is tailored for experienced information security professionals with at least three years of cumulative work experience in at least one of 10 domains of the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK), a comprehensive compendium of security best practices developed and maintained by (ISC)2.