Overview

Domain 3 covers engineering and management of security. Why do I need this certification? Security engineering is a field which requires cross-disciplinary knowledge in areas such as cryptography and site design security

Course Content

Introduction

01:23
Part 01 - Intro

Trusted Computing

06:11
Part 02 - Trusted Computing
08:35
Part 03 - Computer Architecture CPU
07:22
Part 04 - Memory
15:32
Part 05 - Security Models and Access Control Models

Common Architecture

16:47
Part 06 - Common Architectures

Cryptography

03:14
Part 07 - Cryptography Intro
06:56
Part 08 - History of Crypto
02:38
Part 09 - Security Services of Crypto
14:05
Part 10 - Crypto Definitions
12:04
Part 11 - Symmetric Cryptography
10:44
Part 12 - Asymmetric Cryptography
06:21
Part 13 - Hybrid Cryptography
06:20
Part 14 - Symmetric vs Asymmetric Cryptography
04:43
Part 15 - RSA Diffie Hellman and ECC
11:29
Part 16 - Hashing
04:58
Part 17 - Digital Signatures MACs and Hashes
17:02
Part 18 - PKI Public Key Infrastructures
07:09
Part 19 - IPSec Part I
08:29
Part 20 - IPSec Part II
05:41
Part 21 - Attacks on Cryptography
02:05
Part 22 - Cryptography Review
00:00
Security Engineering

Course Description

What does domain 3 of the CISSP exam cover? Domain 3 covers engineering and management of security. Why do I need this certification? Security engineering is a field which requires cross-disciplinary knowledge in areas such as cryptography and site design security. Likewise, professionals in this role must possess expertise in various security models. What will I learn? The tools, processes and methods needed to design, test and implement complete systems The secure principles for site and facility design Mitigation strategy for mobile, embedded, and web-based systems Get Your Security Engineering Certification Today: With an increasing emphasis on the defense domain, security engineering is more important than ever. It provides IT professionals a means to ensure adequate consideration to security measures and when needed, specific secure designs that can be integrated into the overall system during development. The purpose is to build systems that will remain dependable in the face of hackers or error. Security engineering is a field which requires cross-disciplinary knowledge in areas such as cryptography and site design security. Likewise, professionals in this role must possess expertise in various security models, secure principles for site and facility design, and mitigation strategy for mobile, embedded, and web-based systems. The CISSP exam, which covers these vast concepts, puts security engineering into domain 3 and accounts for about 12% of the exam overall. In an effort to minimize the extensive list of ?need to know topics,? the security engineering skill certification test focuses on tools, processes and methods needed to design, test and implement complete systems. Due to the vast required skillset of a security engineer, typically, those employed in this position make a median annual salary of 87,000 in the United States, according to PayScale

Instructed By

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Kelly Handerhan
Senior Instructor

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Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this course and earn a Security Engineering Certificate of Completion