The curriculum in this course covers what will be on the CISSP exam test on until the next CISSP curriculum update in 2021.
What you’ll learn?
- How to take the CISSP exam RIGHT!
- Where to start on your CISSP certification journey.
- How to study efficiently for the CISSP certification.
- How to use logic on CISSP practice and exam questions to answer questions from the right point of view.
- What to do when you pass or fail the exam and how to get free CPE’s.
- Learn why you want to get your CISSP certification, what it can give you.
- Prepare for the 2018 version of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Exam (next CISSP update is in 2021).
Included in this course:
- CISSP introduction videos on:
- Why you would want to take and pass the CISSP certification.
- Brief overview of the 8 CISSP domains.
- How to study smarter – works for any IT Certification.
- How to make time for studying.
- How and when to use practice tests.
- The CISSP Exam itself, the format, and exam approaches.
- What do do when you pass or fail the certification, and how to get free CPE’s.
- Downloadable CISSP study plan, CISSP CAT exam infographic.
- 80 CISSP practice questions – 10 from each CISSP domain.
- Links to 1,000’s of free CPE’s, to keep your CISSP certification active.
You obviously need to have the knowledge for the CISSP certification exam, but it is much more than that.
The CISSP exam is very much an English exam. You need to be able to spot the keywords (PKI, policy, asymmetric, BCP) as well as the indicators (first, best, last, least, most).
Remember the new version of the CISSP exam is being used, you will test on the CAT format, 3 hour 100-150 questions (as of December 18th 2017).
You need to answer the questions from (ISC)²’s point of view, in their perfect world.
Understand and answer every question from a Manager or a Risk Advisers point of view, NOT from an executive or as a techie. Most hands-on techies that fail the CISSP exam do so because they answer from a point of being reactive, not being proactive.
Who this course is for?
- Anyone wanting to learn more about the CISSP certification!
- Anyone wanting tips, tricks, study approaches and general CISSP information.
- People wanting to grow their IT Security and Cyber Security knowledge.
- Wanting to pass the Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Exam.
- Wanting to learn about management level IT Security and Cyber Security.