Prepare for the CISSP certification by acquiring the knowledge to design, implement, and manage secure information systems.
In this introductory course of this CISSP training series, you will learn about the (ISC)2 code of professional ethics and organizational code of ethics that all CISSP candidates must attest to in order to be certified. These codes transcend the certification and should permeate every aspect of the life of a security practitioner, engineer, or architect. This course will also introduce the various characteristics of the 4-hour CAT and 6-hour linear CISSP examinations, including domain weightings. After completing this course, you'll have a foundational understanding of codes of ethics and aspects of the CISSP exam.
Even with several years of practical experience in the security field, knowledge and application of specific security concepts and principles may have eluded even the seasoned security professional. Use this course to brush up on some of the vital, core security principles, such as confidentiality, integrity, and non-repudiation. Be reminded of the critical role of security design in the ISO OSI 7-layer Reference Model and the 4-layer TCP/IP Reference Model. Upon completion of this course, you'll be fully attuned to the most fundamental aspects of security. Furthermore, you can use this course to prepare for the CISSP exam.
Security design principles are crucial while designing any security mechanism for a system. This course will help you gain a better understanding of how these principles help develop a secure system, which prevents security flaws and also blocks unwanted access to it. Get familiar with security concepts and principles such as defense in depth, least privilege, and zero trust and explore them further with the help of real-world applications and use cases. After completing this course, you'll be aware of the significance of methodologies for implementing separation of duties, secure defaults, secure failure, and privacy by design while avoiding over-complexity.