CISSP Certification Course Overview

Professionals can expand their skill set with Simplilearn’s CISSP training in Nashville by getting trained on methods of designing information systems in order to safeguard the integrity, accessibility, and confidentiality of data. CISSP training in Nashville shares industry best practices and instructs students on the topics needed to pass the CISSP certification exam, held by (ISC)

CISSP Training Key Features

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  • 5 simulation test papers to prepare you for CISSP certification
  • Offers the requisite 30 CPEs for taking the CISSP examination
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Skills Covered

  • Security and risk management
  • Asset security Security architecture and design
  • Cryptography OSI and TCPIP models
  • IP addresses
  • Network security
  • Identity and access management
  • Security assessment and testing
  • Software development security

Benefits

The number of cyber security jobs is growing, with 3.5 million expected in 2021 according to Cybersecurity Ventures. Information security investments are charted to reach US $282.3 billion by 2024, a healthy forecast that bodes well for CISSP training in Nashville graduates' careers.

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Training Options

Self-Paced Learning

$ 2,499

  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced e-learning content curated by industry experts
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

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$ 2,899

  • 90 days of flexible access to online classes
  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced e-learning content and live class recordings
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support
  • Batches in alignment with the new version
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CISSP Course Curriculum

Eligibility

CISSP training in Nashville provides mid-level professionals the knowledge and career support they need to expand their current responsibilities or find a new position. This training is geared for security consultants and managers, IT directors and managers, security system engineers, security auditors and architects, CIOs, and network architects. This CISSP course in Nashville provides practical IT security training through Simplilearn’s applied learning method.
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Pre-requisites

Obtaining a CISSP certification in Nashville requires having been employed full-time for at least five years in two or more of the eight domains of the CISSP – (ISC)² CBK 2018. Students who complete this CISSP training in Nashville with less than five years of experience would receive an (ISC)² associate title.
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Course Content

  • CISSP® - Certified Information Systems Security Professional

    Preview
    • Lesson 01 - Course Introduction

      07:28Preview
      • 1.01 CISSP Course Introduction
        07:28
    • Lesson 02 - Domain One: Security and Risk Management

      01:48:49Preview
      • 1.01 Introduction
        01:13
      • 1.02 Introduction to Security and Risk Management
        04:39
      • 1.03 Understand, Adhere to, and Promote Professional Ethics
        01:43
      • 1.04 Knowledge Check
      • 1.05 Understand and Apply Security Concepts
        02:01
      • 1.06 Evaluate and Apply Security Governance Principles
        03:54
      • 1.07 Goals, Mission, and Objectives
        02:40
      • 1.08 Control Frameworks, Due Care, and Due Diligence
        03:59
      • 1.09 Knowledge Check
      • 1.10 Determine Compliance and Other Requirements
        01:34
      • 1.11 Understand Legal and Regulatory Issues that Pertain to Information Security in a Holistic Context
        01:37
      • 1.12 Types of Intellectual Properties (IP) Law
        04:52
      • 1.13 OECD Principles, GDPR, and Data Protection principles
        04:12
      • 1.14 Data Protection Principles
        03:06
      • 1.15 Understand Requirements for Investigation Types
        05:10
      • 1.16 Knowledge Check
      • 1.17 Develop, Document, and Implement Security Policy, Standards,Procedures, and Guidelines
        04:02
      • 1.18 Knowledge Check
      • 1.19 Need for Business Continuity Planning (BCP)
        02:06
      • 1.20 Business Continuity Planning Phases
        01:28
      • 1.21 Business Impact Analysis
        03:29
      • 1.22 Identify Preventive Controls
        03:40
      • 1.23 Knowledge Check
      • 1.24 Contribute and Enforce Personnel Security Policies and Procedures
        05:23
      • 1.25 Introduction to Risk Management Concepts
        02:34
      • 1.26 Risk Analysis
        01:58
      • 1.27 Risk Analysis and Assessment
        04:36
      • 1.28 Countermeasure Selection
        01:48
      • 1.29 Risk Handling and Security Control Assessment
        04:12
      • 1.30 Security Control Assessment (SCA)
        02:00
      • 1.31 Risk Monitoring and Continuous Improvement
        03:41
      • 1.32 Knowledge Check
      • 1.33 Understand and Apply Threat Modeling Concepts and Methodologies
        02:13
      • 1.34 Threat Modeling Steps
        04:43
      • 1.35 DREAD Rating
        02:09
      • 1.36 Knowledge Check
      • 1.37 Apply Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Concepts
        02:01
      • 1.38 Third-Party Management and Risks
        02:47
      • 1.39 Third-Party Risk Management Life Cycle
        05:51
      • 1.40 Knowledge Check
      • 1.41 Establish and Maintain a Security Awareness, Education, and Training Program
        04:28
      • 1.42 Program Effectiveness: Evaluation
        01:49
      • 1.43 Knowledge Check
      • 1.44 Quick Recap
        01:11
      • 1.45 Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 03 - Domain Two: Asset Security

      51:32Preview
      • 2.01 Introduction
        01:15
      • 2.02 Introduction to Asset Security
        05:32
      • 2.03 Identify and Classify Information and Assets
        01:58
      • 2.04 Information Classification Objectives
        04:58
      • 2.05 Knowledge Check
      • 2.06 Establish Information and Asset Handling Requirements
        05:31
      • 2.07 Provision Resources Securely
        03:45
      • 2.08 Manage Data Life Cycle
        02:38
      • 2.09 Data Life Cycle: Create, Store, and Use
        04:01
      • 2.10 Data Life Cycle: Share, Archive, and Destroy
        03:38
      • 2.11 Data Remanence and Data Destruction
        03:59
      • 2.12 Knowledge Check
      • 2.13 Ensure Appropriate Asset Retention
        02:49
      • 2.14 Data and Data Security Controls
        02:29
      • 2.15 How to Select Controls
        03:14
      • 2.16 Digital Rights Management (DRM)
        00:44
      • 2.17 Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
        03:51
      • 2.18 Quick Recap
        01:10
      • 2.19 Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 04 - Domain Three: Security Architecture and Engineering

      02:05:31Preview
      • 3.01 Introduction
        01:28
      • 3.02 Introduction to Security Engineering
        01:16
      • 3.03 Research, Implement, and Manage Engineering Processes Using
        02:46
      • 3.04 Trust but Verify and Zero Trust
        01:41
      • 3.05 Privacy by Design
        02:40
      • 3.06 Knowledge Check
      • 3.07 Understand the Fundamental Concepts of Security Models
        01:08
      • 3.08_State Machine Model, Multilevel Lattice Model, Non-Interference Model, and Information Flow Model
        03:31
      • 3.09 Types of Security Models
        06:45
      • 3.10 Composition Theories, Covert Channels, and Open and Closed Systems
        03:34
      • 3.11 Knowledge Check
      • 3.12 Select Controls Based on System Security Requirements
        00:52
      • 3.13 Security Capabilities of Information Systems
        05:42
      • 3.14 Knowledge Check
      • 3.15 Assess and Mitigate the Vulnerabilities of Security Architectures
        03:19
      • 3.16 SCADA
        02:39
      • 3.17 Security Concerns of ICS
        04:01
      • 3.18 Cloud Computing
        01:58
      • 3.19 Categorization of Cloud
        03:17
      • 3.20 Internet of Things
        06:33
      • 3.21 Fog and Edge Computing
        03:37
      • 3.22 Knowledge Check
      • 3.23 Select and Determine Cryptographic Solutions
        02:44
      • 3.24 Cryptosystem Elements
        05:32
      • 3.25 Encryption Methods
        04:27
      • 3.26 Data Encryption Standards
        03:28
      • 3.27 Output Feedback, Counter, and Triple DES
        02:28
      • 3.28 Advanced Encryption Standards
        04:16
      • 3.29 Asymmetric Cryptography
        07:25
      • 3.30 Public Key Infrastructure
        02:12
      • 3.31 PKI Certificate and Processes
        02:36
      • 3.32 PKI Process: Steps
        01:09
      • 3.33 Hashing, MAC, and Digital Signatures
        04:15
      • 3.34 Key Management Principles
        02:28
      • 3.35 Knowledge Check
      • 3.36 Methods of Cryptanalytic Attacks
        04:44
      • 3.37 Knowledge Check
      • 3.38 Apply Security Principles to Site and Facility Design
        03:52
      • 3.39 Design Site and Facility Security Controls
        02:13
      • 3.40 Personnel Access Controls
        02:41
      • 3.41 Environmental Security Controls
        01:55
      • 3.42 Classes of Fires
        02:45
      • 3.43 Other Security Controls
        03:31
      • 3.44 HVAC, Power Supply, and Training
        01:50
      • 3.45 Knowledge Check
      • 3.46 Quick Recap
        02:13
      • 3.47 Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 05 - Domain Four: Communication and Network Security

      01:27:31Preview
      • 4.01 Introduction
        01:24
      • 4.02 Introduction to Communications and Network Security
        01:58
      • 4.03 Assess and Implement Secure Design Principles
        03:17
      • 4.04 Physical Layer and Data Link Layer
        04:33
      • 4.05 Network Layer
        05:10
      • 4.06 Transport Layer
        06:03
      • 4.07 Session Layer and Presentation Layer
        01:54
      • 4.08 Application Layer and Protocols
        03:48
      • 4.09 Knowledge Check
      • 4.10 IP Addressing
        04:58
      • 4.11 IPv6 and Its Address Structures
        07:02
      • 4.12 Knowledge Check
      • 4.13 Internet Security Protocol(IPsec)
        02:32
      • 4.14 IPsec Security Protocols
        03:47
      • 4.15 Secure Access Protocols
        02:39
      • 4.16 Implementation of Multilayer Protocol, Fiber Channels, and Micro-Segmentation
        02:51
      • 4.17 SDN and Wireless Technologies
        03:44
      • 4.18 Cellular Network and CDN
        03:38
      • 4.19 Knowledge Check
      • 4.20 Secure Network Components
        04:16
      • 4.21 Understand Network Access Control (NAC) and Endpoint Security
        04:42
      • 4.22 Knowledge Check
      • 4.23 Implement Secure Communication Channels
        02:27
      • 4.24 Application-Level Gateway, Circuit-Level Gateway, and Network Security Terms
        02:25
      • 4.25 Remote Access Technologies
        02:07
      • 4.26 VPN Protocols
        01:40
      • 4.27 VPN Protocols: Comparison
        04:38
      • 4.28 Multimedia Collaboration, Network Function Virtualization, and Network Attacks
        04:04
      • 4.29 Quick Recap
        01:54
      • 4.30 Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 06 - Spotlight Video One

      10:50
      • CISSP Spotlight One
        10:50
    • Lesson 07 - Domain Five: Identity and Access Management (IAM)

      46:03Preview
      • 5.01 Introduction
        00:57
      • 5.02 Introduction to Identity and Access Management (IAM)
        01:35
      • 5.03 Control Physical and Logical Access to Assets
        01:32
      • 5.04 Manage Identification and Authentication of People Devices and Services
        03:53
      • 5.05 Biometrics and Accuracy Measurement
        02:08
      • 5.06 Passwords and Its Types
        03:39
      • 5.07 Tokens, Token Devices, and Authorization
        05:26
      • 5.08 Federated Identity Management (FIM) and Credential Management System
        02:36
      • 5.09 Single Sign-On (SSO) and Just-In-Time (JIT)
        03:07
      • 5.10 Knowledge Check
      • 5.11 Federated Identity with a Third-Party Service
        01:48
      • 5.12 Implement and Manage Authorization Mechanisms
        02:45
      • 5.13 Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) and Risk-Based Access Control
        03:00
      • 5.14 Knowledge Check
      • 5.15 Manage the Identity and Access Provisioning Life Cycle
        02:18
      • 5.16 Privilege Escalation
        02:33
      • 5.17 Implement Authentication Systems
        03:12
      • 5.18_Kerberos and Its Steps, RADIUS, TACACS, and TACACS Plus
        03:42
      • 5.19 Quick Recap
        01:52
      • 5.20 Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 08 - Domain Six: Security Assessment and Testing

      01:01:18Preview
      • 6.01 Introduction
        01:04
      • 6.02 Introduction to Security Assessment and Testing
        00:49
      • 6.03 Design and Validate Assessment, Test, and Audit Strategies
        05:12
      • 6.04 SOC Reports and Security Assessments
        05:28
      • 6.05 Internal Audit and Assessment
        03:43
      • 6.06 External Audit and Assessment
        02:15
      • 6.07 Third-Party Audit and Assessment
        02:57
      • 6.08 Knowledge Check
      • 6.09 Vulnerability Assessment
        01:45
      • 6.10 Network Discovery Scan
        01:20
      • 6.11 Network Vulnerability Scan and Web Vulnerability Scan
        02:41
      • 6.12 Penetration Testing
        01:00
      • 6.13 Penetration Testing Process and Testing Types
        03:27
      • 6.14 Log Management and Review
        05:11
      • 6.15 Security Testing in SDLC
        03:32
      • 6.16 Code Review and Testing
        01:41
      • 6.17 Testing Methods
        05:41
      • 6.18 Interface Testing
        03:16
      • 6.19 Knowledge Check
      • 6.20 Collect Security Process Data
        03:11
      • 6.21 KPI Process
        02:36
      • 6.22 Knowledge Check
      • 6.23 Analyze Test Output and Generate Report
        03:09
      • 6.24 Quick Recap
        01:20
      • 6.25 Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 09 - Domain Seven: Security Operations

      01:34:04Preview
      • 7.01 Introduction
        01:08
      • 7.02 Introduction to Security Operations
        00:51
      • 7.03 Understand and Comply with Investigations
        03:39
      • 7.04 Digital Forensics
        03:31
      • 7.05 Understand the Digital Evidences
        04:34
      • 7.06 Knowledge Check
      • 7.07 Conduct Logging and Monitoring Activities
        02:51
      • 7.08 Knowledge Check
      • 7.09 Continuous Monitoring
        01:53
      • 7.10 Digital Forensics Tools, Tactics, Procedures, Artifacts, and UEBA
        04:34
      • 7.11 Knowledge Check
      • 7.12 Perform Configuration Management
        01:53
      • 7.13 Apply Foundational Security Operation Concepts
        01:15
      • 7.14 Identity and Access Management with Various Types of Accounts
        01:55
      • 7.15 Apply Resource Protection
        01:55
      • 7.16 Controls for Protecting Assets
        02:34
      • 7.17 Conduct Incident Management
        02:17
      • 7.18 Understand Incident Response Life Cycle
        03:36
      • 7.19 Knowledge Check
      • 7.20 Operate and Maintain Detective and Preventive Measures
        03:26
      • 7.21 Understand Anti-Malware Systems, AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning
        03:23
      • 7.22 Implement and Support Patch and Vulnerability Management
        04:07
      • 7.23 Understand and Participate in Change Management Processes
        02:51
      • 7.24 Implement Recovery Strategies
        02:37
      • 7.25 Types of Recoveries
        02:37
      • 7.26 Operational Recovery
        02:16
      • 7.27 Recovery Partner Strategies
        01:56
      • 7.28 Redundancy and Fault Tolerance
        04:49
      • 7.29 Knowledge Check
      • 7.30 Implement Disaster Recovery (DR) Processes
        06:47
      • 7.31 Knowledge Check
      • 7.32 Test Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP)
        03:07
      • 7.33 Knowledge Check
      • 7.34 Participate in Business Continuity (BC) Planning and Exercises
        03:21
      • 7.35 Implement and Manage Physical Security
        04:55
      • 7.36 Importance of Lighting in Security Management
        00:58
      • 7.37 Access Control
        04:52
      • 7.38 Knowledge Check
      • 7.39 Address Personnel Safety and Security Concerns
        02:10
      • 7.40 Quick Recap
        01:26
      • 7.41 Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 10 - Domain Eight: Software Development Security

      01:00:08Preview
      • 8.01 Introduction
        01:03
      • 8.02 Introduction to Software Development Security
        00:46
      • 8.03 Integrate Security in the Software Development Life Cycle
        01:17
      • 8.04 Software Development Models
        04:42
      • 8.05 Extreme Programming Model
        01:28
      • 8.06 DevOps and DevSecOps
        02:44
      • 8.07 CMM and SAMM
        02:23
      • 8.08 Change Management and Integrated Product Team (IPT)
        02:49
      • 8.09 Knowledge Check
      • 8.10 Security Controls in Software Development Ecosystems
        04:58
      • 8.11 Other Security Controls in Software Development Ecosystems
        03:21
      • 8.12 Software Configuration Management (SCM)
        04:25
      • 8.13 Database and Data Warehousing Environments
        03:27
      • 8.14 Knowledge Check
      • 8.15 Assess the Effectiveness of Software Security
        02:20
      • 8.16 Software Security and Assurance: Granularity of Controls and Separation of Environments
        02:18
      • 8.17 Software Security and Assurance: TOC or TOU, Prevention of Social Engineering, Backup, Software Forensics, Cryptography
        02:51
      • 8.18 Software Security and Assurance: Password Protection, Mobile Mode Controls, and Sandbox
        01:41
      • 8.19 Software Security and Assurance: Strong Language Support, XML, and SAML
        01:12
      • 8.20 Assessing the Effectiveness of Software Security
        02:51
      • 8.21 Knowledge Check
      • 8.22 Assess Security Impact of Acquired Software
        01:26
      • 8.23 Free and Open Source Software
        03:13
      • 8.24_Knowledge Check
      • 8.25 Define and Apply Secure Coding Guidelines and Standards
        04:31
      • 8.26 Web Application Environment
        02:54
      • 8.27 Knowledge Check
      • 8.28 Quick Recap
        01:28
      • 8.29 Knowledge Check
    • Lesson 11 - Spotlight Video Two

      11:51
      • Spotlight Two
        11:51

CISSP Course Advisor

  • Dean Pompilio

    Dean Pompilio

    Technical Trainer, Owner- Steppingstonesolutions Inc

    Mr.Pompilio has been an IT Professional since 1989. He has worn many hats along the way and holds over 20 IT certifications which include EC-Council CEI, CEH, CHFI, CISSP, CISA, CISM. His passion is to help IT professionals achieve their training goals and career growth.

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CISSP Exam & Certification

CISSP Certification Training in Nashville, TN
  • How do I become a CISSP certified professional in Nashville?

    CISSP training in Nashville candidates have to pass the CISSP exam to earn professional certification. Pearson VUE Testing Centers administer the exam. For more information, CISSP certification in Nashville students should go to: https://home.pearsonvue.com/isc2.aspx.

  • What are the prerequisites for CISSP certification in Nashville?

    A requirement of earning CISSP certification is that CISSP training in Nashville candidates must have worked full-time for at least five years in two or more of the eight domains of the CISSP – CBK 2018. CISSP certification in Nashville candidates with less than five years of experience will receive an ISC2 associate title. Once an associate has five years of experience, they will receive a CISSP certificate.

  • How do I unlock my Simplilearn certificate?

    Online Classroom:
    • Attend one complete batch of CISSP certification training in Nashville.
    • Complete one simulation test with a minimum score of 60%.
    Online Self learning:
    • Complete 85% of the course.
    • Complete one simulation test with a minimum score of 60%

  • What is the passing score for CISSP Certification exam in Nashville?

    Candidates must earn 700 to pass the CISSP Certification exam. Simplilearn has packed its CISSP training in Nashville course with the knowledge students need to pass their certification test on the first try.

  • How long is the CISSP Certification valid?

    CISSP certifications are valid for three years. CISSP training in Nashville students should contact Simplilearn if they have questions.

  • How do I fill out and submit the CISSP application form online?

    1. Review the exam availability by credential.
    2. CISSP training in Nashville students need to create an account on the Pearson VUE website and review the NDA.
    3. Pick a nearby test center location.
    4. Select an appointment time.
    5. Finally, CISSP course in Nashville students need to pay the exam fee.

  • Does Simplilearn provide exam application assistance?

    Simplilearn’s staff can help CISSP training in Nashville candidates apply for the exam. Students just need to contact Simplilearn’s Help and Support staff.

  • How many attempts do I have to pass the CISSP exam?

    CISSP training in Nashville students have one opportunity per application to pass the exam.

  • How long does it take to receive the CISSP Certification exam results?

    CISSP certification in Nashville students have to wait two to four weeks to get their test results.

  • If I fail in the CISSP Exam, can I apply for a re-evaluation?

    Students who don’t pass can’t apply for an exam re-evaluation. However, CISSP training in Nashville candidates can retake the test after 30 days.

  • How do I apply for CISSP re-examination?

    CISSP certification in Nashville candidates can retake the test after 30 days if they fail the first time.

  • I have passed the CISSP Certification examination. When and how do I receive my certificate?

    A certification will be sent to CISSP training in Nashville graduates in four to six weeks by email after they pass the exam.

  • Are the training and course material effective in preparing students for the CISSP exam?

    CISSP training in Nashville provides students with all the tools and skills they need to successfully pass their certification exam on the first attempt. It’s something Simplilearn takes seriously. Simplilearn's instructors and support staff employ a hands-on learning approach to prepare CISSP certification in Nashville students for the certification test.

  • What if I miss a class?

    Simplilearn records its CISSP training in Nashville courses for later review. That way, CISSP course in Nashville students can access up to 15 sessions for 90 days.

  • How do I schedule/book my exam?

    Booking the exam is simple. CISSP course in candidates should use the following link to learn more about the booking process:

    https://www.simplilearn.com/ice9/about_course_images/Raise_exam_request_through_LMS.pdf

  • When can I register for the CISSP exam?

    Students should schedule their CISSP exam within six months from their CISSP training in Nashville class enrollment. Simplilearn will provide the exam voucher code. CISSP course in Nashville students have up to a year to take the certification exam from when the exam voucher is issued.

  • Does Simplilearn provide practice tests?

    Simplilearn gives its CISSP training in Nashville students one practice test to prepare for the certification exam. A great way to learn about the CISSP certification in Nashville course is to review this Free CISSP Exam Prep Practice Test.

  • Do you provide any practice tests as part of this course?

    Yes, we provide 1 practice test as part of our course to help you prepare for the actual certification exam. You can try this Free CISSP Exam Prep Practice Test to understand the type of tests that are part of the course curriculum. 

CISSP Course Reviews

  • Peter Bartow

    Peter Bartow

    Sr Project Manager IT PMO at University of Miami, Miami

    I enjoyed taking the class with so many people from all over the world.

  • Ebenezer Fowobaje

    Ebenezer Fowobaje

    Product Owner at High Products Consulting, Dallas

    The training is very efficient and accurate...Simple and direct teaching technique was helpful.

  • Erik Smidt

    Erik Smidt

    Sr. Security Manager, Washington

    The course was well balanced and covered each domain clearly and in good detail. The instructor was very knowledgeable and led a very effective course.

  • Rohit Dohare

    Rohit Dohare

    IT Security and Compliance @ Anglepoint Inc., San Francisco

    I would like to thank Simplilearn for providing a knowledgeable trainer. It was a great experience with Simplilearn team.

  • Fernandez Vijay

    Fernandez Vijay

    Technical Specialist - Security at Microland Limited, Bangalore

    Simplilearn has been a great learning platform for me. I had enrolled for CISSP and my expectation was met, with the expertise the trainer had on the concepts. I look forward to doing more course with Simplilearn.

  • Thomas Kurian

    Thomas Kurian

    Information Security Engineer at Kuwaiti Canadian Consulting Group, Kuwait

    The training is online and interactive. The recordings are also shared for our reference.

  • Vijay Chaitanya Reddy Kovvuri

    Vijay Chaitanya Reddy Kovvuri

    Information Security at Syntel, Pune

    Interactive sessions...Example scenarios are good...The overall flow was good…

  • Manoj Sharma

    Manoj Sharma

    Information Security Manager, Delhi

    The precise syllabus, quality of webEx app, the quality of trainers and the ease of use of Simplilearn website... Highly satisfied.

  • R Giri

    R Giri

    Sr.Manager - IT at Syndicate Bank, Bangalore

    The concepts of the Instructor was mind-blowing...Lots of Industry examples...Very well organized...

  • Nityanand Singh

    Nityanand Singh

    Associate Manager-IT Operations at Tredence, Bangalore

    Really good training. It helped me to clear a lot of doubts which were present in my mind for a long time.

  • Sujay Sonar

    Sujay Sonar

    Business Analyst at Cognizant Technology Solutions, Pune

    The course content is very good and satisfactory. The trainer is also good with his teaching abilities.

  • Jenish James

    Jenish James

    IT Security Analyst at Halliburton, Pune

    The training was nice and to the point. The trainer was nice and helpful. He cleared all our course-related doubts.

  • Rakesh Sharma

    Rakesh Sharma

    IT Consultancy and Advisory, Mumbai

    I loved the course on CISSP® - Certified Information Systems Security Professional from Simplilearn. It was concise, comprehensive and easy to follow. Their videos, live sessions, and exams are excellent.

  • Akbar Ali

    Akbar Ali

    Systems Engineer at Allscripts, Pune

    One of the interesting and interactive sessions I have ever attended.

  • Hussein Ali AL-Assaad

    Hussein Ali AL-Assaad

    IT Manager at O&G Engineering, Kuwait

    Simplilearn has been a great learning experience. The trainer is extremely knowledgeable. The full team is very helpful and flexible. I recommend Simplilearn to my friends and families.

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CISSP Training FAQs

  • What are the course objectives?

    Simplilearn’s CISSP certification training in Nashville is aligned to the (ISC)² CBK 2018 requirements. The course trains you in the industry’s latest best practices, which will help you pass the exam in the first attempt. The certification helps you develop expertise in defining the architecture and in designing, building, and maintaining a secure business environment for your organization using globally approved Information Security standards.

    With unprecedented security breaches now being reported, the demand for IT security professionals has never been higher. Frost and Sullivan reports that there will be a shortage of 1.5 million security professionals by 2019.

  • What skills will you learn from CISSP certification training in Nashville?

    By the end of this CISSP certification training in Nashville, you will:
    • Be able to define the architecture, design and management of the security of your organization.
    • Acquire the relevant knowledge and skills required to pass the CISSP certification exam.
    • Earn the requisite 30 CPEs required to take up the CISSP certification exam.
    • Develop working knowledge in the 8 domains prescribed by the CISSP Common Book of Knowledge, 2018.

  • Who should take CISSP certification course in Nashville?

    The CISSP certification course in Nashville is the most globally recognized professional requirement in the IT Security domain. This certification is best suited for:
    • Security Consultants/Managers
    • IT Directors/Managers
    • Security Auditors/Architects
    • Security Systems Engineers
    • Chief Information Security Officers
    • Network Architects

  • What types of jobs can benefit from a CISSP certification in Nashville?

    • Cloud security enablement engineer
    • Information security audit professional
    • Lead information security engineer
    • Cybersecurity strategy leader
    • Information security manager

  • What are the career benefits of the CISSP Certification in Nashville?

    Increasing worldwide incidents of information security breaches have forced organizations to invest heavily in IT security, giving rise to a boom in the hiring of information security professionals. Becoming certified in CISSP will verify you have the necessary skillsets, including: 

    • Technical security and managerial proficiency
    • Knowledge of eight important security areas ranging from access control to software development.
    • Expertise in technologies that improve an organization’s security structure

  • Who are the instructors for the live classroom training?

    All our highly-qualified trainers are CISSP certified with more than 16 years of experience working in the domain.

  • How does online classroom training work?

    Online classroom training for CISSP is conducted via online live streaming by a CISSP certified trainer with over 16 years of work experience. The class is attended by a global audience to enrich your learning experience.

  • Is this live training, or will I watch pre-recorded videos?

    All of the classes are conducted live online. They are interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time. We do, however, provide recordings of each session you attend for your future reference.

  • 20 reasons you should do a CISSP certification

    Doing your research before you take the plunge and get a CISSP certification? Unsure of the impact a CISSP could have on your career? You’ve come to the right place!

    In this article, we explore the various reasons professionals in the information security domain choose to obtain a CISSP certification, and the impact the credential would have on your own career. Read on to find out more!

    First Things First: What Is The CISSP?

    CISSP stands for Certified Information Systems Security Professional. The certification is devised and presented by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium ((ISC)²), a global non-profit organization specializing in IT security. Often termed the world’s largest IT Security organization, (ISC)² maintains a Common Body of Knowledge for the domain, and offers various security certifications, including CISSP, CSSLP, and CAP.
     
    The vendor-neutral CISSP certification is the ideal credential for those with proven deep technical and managerial competence, skills, experience, and credibility to design, engineer, implement, and manage their overall information security program to protect organizations from growing sophisticated attacks.
     
    The CISSP was the first credential in the field of information security to meet the stringent requirements of ISO/IEC Standard 17024. Not only is the CISSP an objective measure of excellence, it is also a globally recognized standard of achievement.

    Now that you know what CISSP is and why is it needed, chances are that you want to know more about it and even pursue it.

    So Why Would I Want To Get A CISSP Certification?

    There are many benefits why one could choose to have the CISSP certification, but we can explore three main areas that make this certification important.

    Area A: Recognition

    • We have to consider if the CISSP certification is recognized by the concerned industry (Information security)

    Area B: Effort or Risk

    • We would need to consider the amount of effort that is expended in acquiring the certification, including time, resources, and energy.

    Area C: Earning and Advancement Potential

    • Consider the extent of future earnings accruable with a certification. Certified professionals stand to earn much more than their non-certified peers: a credential serves as validation of their skillset, proof of their commitment to professional advancement and domain expertise, and also acts as a seal of approval to prospective future employees.

    Accordingly, after consultation with certified CISSP professionals, industry experts, and exam-trainers, we have arrived at a list of the most-important reasons you should consider adding a CISSP certification to your accomplishments:

    1. Universally Recognized

    The CISSP credential is a valued certification for most professionals and is highly respected by a majority of large, global majors like Google, P&G, IBM, etc. These organizations attest to the fact that the CISSP certification demonstrates an individual’s working knowledge of information security and commitment to their profession.

    The US ISSEP has adopted this certification as a baseline for the NSA. And multiple sources have confirmed the CISSP certification as being one of the most recognized certifications in the IT industry. Bank Info Security is one such – according to BIS, CISSP continues to remain the most sought-after certification in the information security domain.

    2. Immense Popularity

    (ISC)2 reports from May, 2014, indicate that over 93,391 individuals have attained the CISSP credential in over 149 countries worldwide. Since its inception in 1989, the CISSP has been the most-popular IT security certification for over two and half decades, which speaks volumes about the worth certified professionals derive from acquiring a CISSP and its relevance in a changing world.

    Right Number of Security Professionals

     3.  Age

    As the oldest IT security certification in the world, the CISSP certification is considered the grand-daddy of certifications and has had almost three decades to develop, resulting in a vast body of knowhow and expertise.  

    4.    Salary

    According to the Global Information Security and Workforce study, CISSP professionals earn a worldwide average salary that is 25% more than that of their non-certified counterparts. Most surveys such as the Tech Republic survey ranked jobs for CISSP professionals at number 4 in the top 15 highest paying jobs.

    The InfoSec Institute also notes that the average salary for a female CISSP falls between $73,627 and $111,638, while the average salary for male CISSP professionals is between $78,788 and $119,184, making this the highest paying credential in the IT industry.  
     
    Surveys by professional organizations and market research firms also indicate CISSP employees earn more with a certification in hand (IDC, SANS).
     
    In addition, surveys note that the salary-gap between members of the ISC2 and non-members continues to widen.

    National Salary Trend - CISSP

    Average Salary for CISSP Professionals

     5Scope of Roles

    Information security is a crucial domain in any organization and with a CISSP credential; holders may find their job evolving into something even bigger. ISC2 has also stated that the CISSP certification serves as a differentiator for candidates, with the credential enhancing the marketability and credibility of a professional. Further, with information security becoming increasingly vital in organizations of all shapes, sizes, and types, holders of this certification are given a better welfare package compared to non-holders.

     6. Stability Of Information Security Positions

    According to ISC2’s Global Workforce Survey, 2013, prepared by Frost and Sullivan, information security is among the most stable professions in IT, with over 80% of respondents having had little to no change in their employment or employer status in the preceding year.

    7.   Must-Have For Some Roles

    If you have been scouring the internet looking for IT related jobs, you may have seen many of the larger organizations listing the CISSP certification as a basic requirement. This is because the breadth and depth of CISSP training prepares a security professional to tackle any security threats to the IT infrastructure of an organization, and is considered to be the starting point for advanced security expertise.

     As an illustration, the NSA lists this certification as a must-have for any position.

    8.    Rate of Salary Hikes

    According to a study by the International Data Corporation (IDC), the rate at which CISSP professionals receive salary hikes far outpaces that for any other domain in the IT field.

    Key Stats for CISSP

     9. High Weightage Given To Certification-Holders

    The Global Workforce Study also points out that knowledge and certification of knowledge weigh heavily in job placement and advancement – possessing a broad understanding of the security field was the #1 factor in contributing to career success, followed by communication skills, with nearly 70 percent of respondents viewing certification as a reliable indicator of competency.

    Reasons for requiring and IT Security Certification

    10. Success Factors For IT Security Professionals

    Surveys indicate that organizations and recruiters look for a very specific set of skills when looking to hire a security professional –all of which are adequately and comprehensively covered by the CISSP curriculum. These skills are perceived as being critically important to ensure success in the security domain.

    Success Factors for Security Professionals

    11. Increased Spending In IT Security

    Over 33% of respondents on the Frost and Sullivan survey suggest an increase in budget availability and spending into the IT security domain. With a CISSP certification, you are assured of a place at the very front of the queue as increased spending begins to translates to IT security hiring sprees.

    12. Highly-Regarded In The IT Sector

    With respect to relative importance when securing infrastructure, CISSP professionals are considered more competent and effective than IT professionals specializing in other domains: software and hardware specialists are widely perceived as being lower down the ladder than security professionals, in terms of effectiveness.

    13. Recent Trends And Technological Developments Call For CISSP Expertise

    With such trends as BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), cloud computing application, Social Media engagement, and Big Data-driven solutions spreading like wildfire, the need for CISSPs -who are trained not only to address security flaws effectively but also to manage large operations in environments that are not risk-averse- has never been greater.

    14. Tackling Risk In A Multidisciplinary World

    With inter- and cross-disciplinary solutions ruling the roost, security professionals who can balance risk control and monitoring with innovative technological implementation are the need of the hour.

    Threats and Vulnerability Concerns

    A business wishing to scale up its cloud-based operations by transferring server data to the web would need a team of competent, certified security professionals with deep knowledge of the cloud implementation (on a war-footing!) to ensure the transition is seamless and no loopholes are exploited or data lost in the process. The CISSP’s broad, inter-disciplinary curriculum addresses this requirement adequately.

    Skills Required When Dealing with Cloud Computing

    15. ISC2 Membership

    With a CISSP certification, you are accorded automatic entry and membership to the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2. Members can avail of free access to the wealth of material available on the ISC2 website.

    Career Criticality of Security Affiliation

    Membership brings in its wake other benefits and value-adds, such as access to a vast network of security professionals for knowledge transfer and exchange of ideas, discounts on industry conferences, subscription to ISC2’s digital magazine, membership to their Affiliated Local Interest Group program, etc.                           

    16. Evergreen Demand For Security Pros

    With hacker activity across the world intensifying, enterprises around the world are struggling with security breaches on a daily basis, with attacks coming thick and fast in a wide variety of forms. Whether DDoS (Distributed Denial Of Service) attacks, internal attacks from within an enterprise, buffer overflows, or phishing, hacking groups such as Anonymous have a constant stream of new recruits joining the ranks, with many even claiming covert backing from governments.

    As a result, protecting the integrity of an enterprise’s or a country’s information flow and plugging security vulnerabilities is today less a luxury and more a necessity. In such a scenario, highly-qualified, trained security experts are at a premium.

    17. Obliterates The Competition

    The CISSP is the most-popular and sought-after of all the IT Security Certifications –and with good reason. Rigorous training, a rich curriculum that is kept constantly updated, and a very high ROI makes the CISSP the best choice for any serious IT security aspirant. This infographic offers a quick overview of the highlights that set CISSP apart from its closest competitors.

    18. ISC2’s Invaluable Initiatives

    As one of those rare organizations that are driven more by passion than profit and self-interest, ISC2 is one of the chief drivers of the IT Security domain, with such initiatives as scholarships for female security professionals, the informative Global Workforce Informative Study, and its Global Chapter Program contributing enormously to attracting the best security talent from across the world, and advancing the field of cyber-security.

    And with such a dynamic organization overseeing the security certifications, CISSP-holders are in good hands.

    19. Growing Need For CISSPs In The Developing World

    With survey-respondents on the Global Workforce Study from emerging economies exhibiting a higher level of risk and expressing higher levels of concern compared to respondents from the developed nations, the market for certified CISSPs in the developing world is expected to boom, in the near-future.

    20. Meeting Attack-Remediation Requirements

    Cyber-attack remediation and preparedness\readiness for vulnerability exploits remain key points of concern that inform and dictate IT strategy at firms of all sizes, ranging from startups in the high-tech sector to large, multinational corporations.

  • What tools do I need to attend the training sessions?

    The tools you’ll need to attend training are:
    • Windows: Windows XP SP3 or higher
    • Mac: OSX 10.6 or higher
    • Internet speed: Preferably 512 Kbps or higher
    • Headset, speakers, and microphone: You’ll need headphones or speakers to hear instruction clearly, as well as a microphone to talk to others. You can use a headset with a built-in microphone, or separate speakers and microphone.

  • Is exam fee included in the course fee?

    No. The exam fee is not included. You can directly schedule your exam through www.pearsonvue.com as mentioned in the steps above.

    Exam Fee is included for Americas, Canada, and Europe regions only.

  • How many questions are there in the CISSP certification exam?

    The CISSP Exam has moved to an adaptive testing platform so the exam would have questions between 100-150 multiple choice questions. The duration of the exam is 3 hours.

  • What is the CISSP certification cost?

    The CISSP exam voucher cost is $699.

  • How does Simplilearn assure me that the training and course material delivered are effective?

    With a hands-on learning approach, the training not only gives you the confidence to clear the exam but also helps you retain the knowledge beyond the examination.

  • Can I cancel my enrollment? Will I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment. We provide you a refund after deducting the administration fee. To know more, please go through our Refund Policy.

  • I’d like to learn more about this training program. Whom should I contact?

    Contact us using the form on the right side of any page on the Simplilearn website, or select the Live Chat link. Our customer service representatives can provide you with more details.

  • What is the certification Process?

    Simplilearn has a well-defined certification process that helps you face the challenges of the IT world. You need to meet following conditions to unlock the certificate.
    • You need to complete at least 85% of the course or attend one complete batch.
    • If your course has simulation exams you will need to complete them with the minimum passing score.
    • You need to submit a project for approval by our panel of subject matter experts.
    • If your project is rejected, our subject matter experts will provide all necessary help to receive approval of your  project in your next attempt.

  • Who are our instructors and how are they selected?

    All of our highly qualified trainers are industry experts with at least 16 years of work experience in the field, including 10-12 years of relevant teaching experience. Each of them has gone through a rigorous selection process that includes profile screening, technical evaluation, and a training demo before they are certified to train for us. We also ensure that only those trainers with a high alumni rating remain on our faculty.

  • What is Global Teaching Assistance?

    Our teaching assistants are a dedicated team of subject matter experts here to help you get certified on your first attempt. They engage students proactively to ensure the course path is being followed and help you enrich your learning experience from class onboarding to project mentoring and job assistance. Teaching Assistance is available during business hours.

  • What is covered under the 24/7 Support promise?

    We offer 24/7 support through email, chat, and calls. We also have a dedicated team that provides on demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completion of your course with us.

  • What certification will I receive after completing the CISSP training in Nashville?

    After successful completion of the CISSP training in Nashville, you will be awarded the course completion certificate along with the 30 hours CPE's certificate from Simplilearn.

  • What else will I receive as part of the CISSP training in Nashville?

    You will get access to our e-learning content along with the practice simulation tests,  complemented by our tips and tricks videos that help you tackle the toughest exam questions. You will also get an online participant handbook with cross references to the e-learning segments for learning reinforcement.

  • What are the modes of training offered for this CISSP course in Nashville?

    This CISSP training in Nashville is available in two learning modes. One is the self-paced mode where candidates need to follow pre-recorded high-quality videos. The other is the blended learning mode where candidates are offered instructor-led live classes along with the pre-recorded content.

  • What comes after a CISSP certification course in Nashville?

    Achieving a CISSP certification in Nashville offers you many career benefits. However, you shouldn’t stop upskilling yourself as the world of cybersecurity is quite dynamic. Here are some of the courses you can consider taking after becoming CISSP certified:

  • Is CISSP a good certification?

    Offered by the prestigious (ISC)2, the CISSP is one of the world’s most valued information security certifications. There are over 131,000 CISSP certification holders across the world and most of them earn an average annual salary of USD 131,030. The demand for skilled cyber security professionals is high, and getting CISSP certified can give you a competitive edge among peers.

  • Will CISSP get me a job?

    CISSP certification can be pursued only if you have at least five years of experience in IT security. As such, CISSP will increase your credibility and open your doors to many high-paying cyber security jobs in the market. CISSP meets the strict conditions of the ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024 standard and also approved by the US Department of Defense (DoD) which further increases your employment chances.

  • Which companies hire CISSP professionals?

    Wipro Technologies, IBM, JP Morgan Chase, Deloitte, Amazon, and Google are the top companies that hire CISSP certification holders.

  • You offer an exam pass guarantee. How does it work?

    *Free exam retake terms and conditions:


    Terms and Conditions: 
    Simplilearn offers Exam Pass Guarantee to our students who complete our course training. Simplilearn uses top learning methodologies to equip learners with the knowledge and confidence to pass the CISSP exam in the first attempt. If you do not pass the CISSP exam at the first attempt, Simplilearn will provide you one free exam retake.

    To ensure your success, we strongly recommend that you take the CISSP exam within a week of the course completion date—or a maximum of 45 days from the completion of the online training. This way, the course materials will be fresh in your mind.

    CISSP Exam Attempts:

    Attempt Time Frame Result Free Exam Retake
    First Within 6 months (180 days) from enrollment date Did Not Pass Yes

    Exam Pass Guarantee:
    If you do not pass the exam on the first attempt, Simplilearn will provide you one free exam retake.  You must submit a copy of your scorecard.  

    Terms and Conditions for qualifying:

    This money-back guarantee applies only to Simplilearn’s CISSP blended learning. It is not applicable for Simplilearn’s Self-Paced Learning CISSP course. The guarantee is valid only for participants who have paid the entire enrollment fee.

    The guarantee becomes void if:

    • Participants do not take the CISSP examination within 45 days of unlocking the certificate.
    • Participants do not maintain 100% attendance during the training sessions.
    • Participants fail to score at least 80% in at least 2 simulation tests available at lms.Simplilearn.com
    • Participants fail to book their exam within 6 months from the date of enrollment 
    • Participants do not follow the instructions of the trainer and do not complete the exercises given during the training.
    • Participants do not submit the required documents to Simplilearn.
    • Participants failed to request a refund within 15 days of receiving their results 

  • Are there any group discounts for classroom CISSP training programs?

    Yes, group discounts are offered for many of our courses. You can check out Simplilearn’s discount page or get in touch with our customer care representatives to know the details.

  • Is the CISSP course difficult?

    The instructors at Simplilearn have extensive teaching experience and are aware of various learner’s needs. So, the course is designed in an easy to understand manner — even beginners won’t find it difficult to follow the topics explained.

  • Who needs CISSP?

    CISSP is ideal for professionals with mid-level experience in the IT security field who wish to take their career to new heights. This CISSP course is ideal for security analysts, security architects, network administrators, security managers, and other security professionals.

  • How can I get CISSP certification fast?

    If you have the required five years experience in information systems security, your journey to achieve the CISSP certification will become easy by taking this CISSP training course. You’ll prepare for the exam faster as you wouldn’t have to worry about finding the appropriate study material. In other words, this course will provide you with everything that is needed to pass the exam.

  • How do I start a CISSP Course?

    We recommend that you first check the details of the CISSP certification and what topics it covers in the exam.  Next, you can start with the CISSP course to learn the basics of information systems security. All the concepts in our course are easy to comprehend and you can move on to advanced topics in a short time.

  • Is CISSP certification worth it?

    CISSP has been considered the "gold standard" of security certificates. If you scan cybersecurity positions, you will often find that a CISSP is a precondition or strongly recommended at least. Cybersecurity Ventures forecasts 3.5 million cybersecurity jobs by 2021. The CISSP training will assist you in mastering the skills necessary to enter the IT field.
     

  • What job roles exist after getting a CISSP certification?

    The CISSP is the #2 most demanded certification for IT nationwide, with over 109,000 opportunities in 2020. For CISSP holders, the most frequent employment positions include Security Systems Administrator, IT Security Analyst; Senior IT Security Consultant; Senior Information Security Assurance Consultant; and Information Security Assurance Analyst. CISSP certification is available to students seeking a future security certificate because this is the only certification of more excellent value and importance than other certifications.

  • What does a CISSP professional do?

    Certified information systems security professionals are essential in the field of cyber security. CISSPs actively defend data and information systems against threats in high demand across all industries. These vulnerabilities could undermine critical operational information, IT infrastructure, and customer-sensitive data. 

    A CISSP certification shows a broad range of safety domains, in-depth technical knowledge, and a grasp of the managers' duties.
     

  • What is the pay scale of CISSP Professionals across the world?

    According to PayScale.com, the average annual salary for CISSP professionals across various nations is $98,000-$122,000.
     

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