CISSP Introduction

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Welcome to the free Cybrary online course CISSP, Certification Information Systems Security Professional. To help you fully understand and grasp the concepts of CISSP, the Cybrary CISSP module is divided into 11 Chapter, plus an additional miscellaneous section of essential information. Each chapter takes intimate focus the concepts, tools and techniques that are absolutely essential for IS security professionals to master. The topics covered in this CISSP module are as follows: • Information Security Governance & Risk Management • Operations Security • Cryptography • Access Control • Physical Security • Security Architecture & Design • Telecommunications • Software Development Security • Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning • Legal, Ethics, & Investigations, and • Misc. With regard to this course introduction, let’s take some time to discuss what knowledge you’ll be expected to know for your certification exam. We’ll do several Exam Reviews to provide an overview of what you need to know and for which particular concepts. We’ll round out our exam prep by following up with a number of certification exam tips.
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