CBT Nuggets - (ISC)2 Security CISSP
At least 5 years experience in two of the following areas: access control, telecommunications and network security, information security governance and risk management, software development security, cryptography, security architecture and design, operations security, business continuity and disaster recovery planning, legal, regulations, investigations and compliance, and physical security
CISSP® - Certified Information Systems Security Professional
Related job functions:
- Security consultant
- Security analyst
- Security manager
- Security systems engineer
- IT director
- Chief information security officer
- Security auditor
- Security architect
- Network architect
CISSP certification one of the most respected certifications available, and is currently in great demand by organizations of all types. From banking and financial institutions to government and public utilities as well as high-tech and hospitality, the skills of a CISSP are needed by nearly every industry.
In this training, you'll learn how to develop security policies for a computer network. It also covers security of physical assets and facilities, ethics, cyber crime and business practices. It's great overview of everything security related without getting deep into the technical.