Training Objectives

  • This CISSP prep class aims to equip participants with comprehensive knowledge and skills across various domains of information security.
  • Key objectives include applying security principles in risk management, classifying and controlling information assets, implementing secure network architectures, managing identity and access, and conducting security assessments.
  • Participants will also learn about security operations, software development security, and the intricacies of securing data in cloud environments.
  • Additionally, the course addresses legal and regulatory compliance, providing a holistic understanding of information security principles and practices essential for success in the CISSP certification exam.
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Instructor of this course

Dean Pompilio

CISSP, CISM, CISA, CEH, CHFI, CSAP, CSAE, CND

  • President & CEO - SteppingStone Solutions

  • Past: Adjunct Professor |Cyber Security | Risk management | Business Transformation - University of Charleston

  • Past: Sr. Information Security Specialist - IFC - International Finance Corporation

  • Past: Sr. Firewall Engineer - Department of State

  • Past: Sr. Security Analyst - Department of Justice

  • Ms. Computer Science - DePaul University

  • Masters Certificate in Visual Communications & Digital 3D Design - The Johns Hopkins University

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40 CPE Hours


Authorized CISSP training is often considered as a leading choice for IT personnel interested in information security training. This CISSP certification prep course will review eight of the most relevant information security domains, all of which deliver a wealth of current information on the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) for the CISSP exam. The instructor is an official training provider of (ISC)². This partnership means everything you receive from this class, from the authorized instructor to the official (ISC)² course material, is always up-to-date and considered the best available. All things considered, our CISSP prep training program is a great resource for those who are interested in successfully preparing for the CISSP certification exam or simply refreshing their knowledge on various leadership and operational domains in information security.

  1. Comprehensive Knowledge: Attain a thorough understanding of the eight CISSP domains, covering essential topics in information security.
  2. Exam Readiness: Be well-prepared for the CISSP certification exam through targeted content, practice exams, and exam-specific insights provided during the course.
  3. Expert Guidance: Benefit from the expertise of certified instructors who offer real-world examples, practical advice, and insights into the industry's best practices.
  4. Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow professionals, fostering valuable relationships within the information security community for ongoing support and collaboration.
  5. Interactive Learning: Engage in hands-on activities, discussions, and case studies to reinforce key concepts and enhance the overall learning experience.
  6. Current Industry Insights: Stay abreast of the latest industry trends, technologies, and best practices, ensuring relevance and applicability to contemporary information security challenges.
  7. Career Advancement: Obtain a globally recognized certification that can enhance career prospects, open up new job opportunities, and potentially lead to salary increases.
  8. Professional Credibility: Achieve CISSP certification, demonstrating a commitment to the highest standards of professionalism and ethics in information security, enhancing credibility among peers and employers.
  9. Resource Access: Utilize course materials, resources, and practice exams to reinforce learning and assist with exam preparation.
  10. Continuing Education Credits: Earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits, fulfilling ongoing education requirements to maintain CISSP certification.
  11. Risk Mitigation Skills: Develop practical skills to identify, assess, and mitigate security risks, contributing to an organization's overall cybersecurity posture.

Overall, a CISSP prep class provides participants with the knowledge, skills, and certification necessary to excel in the dynamic and challenging field of information security, offering a range of professional and personal development opportunities.

  • Security Consultant
  • Security Analyst
  • Security Professionals
  • Security Manager
  • Security Auditor
  • Security Architect
  • IT Director/Manager
  • Director of Security
  • Network Architect
  • Security Systems Engineer
  • Presentations/lectures
  • Interactive practical exercises
  • Quizzes
  • Individual assignments and interaction
  • Group discussions
  • Feedback discussion of the previous session activities
  • Course material and CISSP Official Guide book
  • Certificate of Achievement
  • Lunch with coffee/tea break

Course Fee $3,500/Participant

Individual
15% Early Bird Discount $2,975 till Jul 15, 2024
10% Early Bird Discount $3,150 till Aug 12, 2024

Groups/Corporate
2+1 Offer $7,000 for 3 Participants
3+2 Offer $10,500 for 5 Participants
OR
25%
 Discount for Group/Corporate


CISSP Exam Pathway - Course Schedule

Day 1 - Monday 16 September, 2024
Registrations, Kickoff and Introductions
Morning Session - Part 1

Chapter 1: The Information Security Environment

Coffee/Tea Break
Morning Session - Part 2

Chapter 2: Information Asset Security

Lunch Break
Afternoon Session - Part 1

Chapter 3: Identity and Access Management (Continue….)

Coffee/Tea Break
Afternoon Session - Part 2

Chapter 3: Identity and Access Management

Day 2 - Tuesday 17 September, 2024
Recap of the previous Day
Morning Session - Part 1

Chapter 4: Security Architecture and Engineering (Continue...)

Coffee/Tea Break
Morning Session - Part 2

Chapter 4: Security Architecture and Engineering

Lunch Break
Afternoon Session - Part 1

Chapter 5: Communication and Network Security (Continue...)

Coffee/Tea Break
Afternoon Session - Part 2

Chapter 5: Communication and Network Security

Day 3 - Wednesday 18 September, 2024
Recap of the previous Day
Morning Session - Part 1

Chapter 5: Communication and Network Security (continued)

Coffee/Tea Break
Morning Session - Part 2

Chapter 6: Software Development Security

Lunch Break
Afternoon Session - Part 1

Chapter 7: Security Assessment and Testing (Continue...)

Coffee/Tea Break
Afternoon Session - Part 2

Chapter 7: Security Assessment and Testing

Day 4 - Thursday 19 September, 2024
Recap of the previous Day
Morning Session - Part 1

Chapter 7: Security Assessment and Testing (continued)

Coffee/Tea Break
Morning Session - Part 2

Chapter 7: Security Assessment and Testing.

Lunch Break
Afternoon Session - Part 1

Chapter 8: Security Operations (Continued)

Coffee/Tea Break
Afternoon Session - Part 2

Chapter 8: Security Operations

Day 5 - Friday 20 September, 2024
Recap of the previous Day
Morning Session - Part 1

Chapter 9: Putting It All Together (Continued..)

Coffee/Tea Break
Morning Session - Part 2

Chapter 9: Putting It All Together

Lunch Break
Afternoon Session - Part 1

Chapter 10: CISSP Exam Information

Coffee/Tea Break
Afternoon Session - Part 2

Interactive Discussion and Questions

Course Program
Time Topic
Day 1
08:00 to 08:30Registration & Introduction
Day 1-5
08:30 to 10:30Session One
10:30 to 10:50Coffee/Tea Break
10:50 to 12:50Session Two
12:50 to 13:40Lunch Break
13:40 to 15:10Session Three
15:10 to 15:30Coffee/Tea Break
15:30 to 17:00Session Four