CISSP Complete Video Course – Pearson IT Certification

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CISSP Complete Video Course - Pearson IT Certification 

CISSP – Certified Information System Security Professional Complete Training Course: This course contains 24 hours of training with over 9 lessons and 94 videos sub lessons.

The video lectures in this course will review each exam objective so that you can use this course as a complete Study toolkit. Instructions throughout offers detailed explanation, demos, tips and more. 

Major Sections Are as Follows:

  1. Security and Risk Management
  2. Asset Security
  3. Security Engineering
  4. Communications and Network Security
  5. Identity and Access Management
  6. Security Assessment and Testing
  7. Security Operations
  8. Software Development Security
  9. Preparing For Exam

About Instructor: Sari Greene.

Sari Greene is an information security practitioner, author and entrepreneur.

Skill Level: Beginning to Intermediate

Who Should Take This Course?

Primary Audience: CISSP Certification Candidates

Secondary Audience: Anybody who is interested to gain information security role looking to gain a practical understanding of computer security, including administrators, technicians, and network engineers.

Course Requirements: Five Years of IT experience in Networking, Network Storage or Data Center Administration.

Table of Contents

Lesson 1: Security and Risk Management

Learning Objectives, Part 1

1.1: Examining Information Security Fundamentals

1.2: Applying Security Governance Concepts—Part 1

1.3: Applying Security Governance Concepts—Part 2

1.4: Designing and Implementing Governance Documents

1.5: Understanding Legal Systems and Related Laws—Part 1

1.6: Understanding Legal Systems and Related Laws—Part 2

1.7: Understanding Regulatory and Contractual Requirements—Part 1

1.8: Understanding Regulatory and Contractual Requirements—Part 2

1.9: Implementing Personnel Security

1.10: Implementing Third-Party Security

Mid-Lesson Exam Review

Learning Objectives, Part 2

1.11: Understanding and Applying Threat Modeling

1.12: Understanding & Implementing Risk Management Concepts

1.13: Exploring Risk Assessment Methodologies

1.14: Conducting a Quantitative Risk Assessment

1.15: Conducting a Qualitative Risk Assessment

1.16: Selecting Controls and Countermeasures

1.17: Managing Supply Chain Risk

1.18: Implementing Business Continuity Risk Management

End of Lesson Review

Lesson 2: Asset Security

Learning Objectives

2.1: Classifying Assets

2.2: Managing Assets

2.3: Protecting Data Privacy

2.4: Ensuring Appropriate Retention and Destruction

2.5: Determining Data Security Controls

End of Lesson Review

Lesson 3: Security Engineering

Learning Objectives, Part 1

3.1: Implementing Secure Design Principles

3.2: Understanding Security Models

3.3: Selecting Controls Based on Systems Security Evaluation Models

3.4: Recognizing Information Systems Security Capabilities

3.5: Assessing and Mitigating Security Architecture Vulnerabilities

3.6: Assessing and Mitigating Cloud Vulnerabilities

3.7: Assessing and Mitigating Web Vulnerabilities

3.8: Assessing and Mitigating Mobile and Remote Computing Vulnerabilities

Mid-Lesson Exam Review

Learning Objectives, Part 2

3.9: Introducing Cryptography

3.10: Applying Cryptography—Encryption Part 1

3.11: Applying Cryptography—Encryption Part 2

3.12: Applying Cryptography—Public Key Infrastructure

3.13: Applying Cryptography—Hashing and Digital Signature

3.14: Applying Cryptography—Cryptographic Protocols

3.15: Applying Cryptography—Crypto Attacks

3.16: Applying Secure Principles to Site and Facility Design

3.17: Securing Information Processing Facilities and Equipment

End of Lesson Review

Lesson 4: Communications and Network Security

Learning Objectives

4.1: Reviewing OSI and TCP/IP Models

4.2: Understanding IP Convergence and Extensibility

4.3: Securing Wireless Networks

4.4: Using Cryptography to Maintain Communication Security

4.5: Securing Network Access

4.6: Securing Data Transmissions

4.7: Securing Multimedia Collaboration

4.8: Securing Virtual Private Networks

4.9: Securing Endpoints

4.10: Preventing and Mitigating Network Attacks

End of Lesson Review

Lesson 5: Identity and Access Management

Learning Objectives

5.1: Understanding Access Control Fundamentals

5.2: Examining Identification Schemas

5.3: Understanding Authentication Options

5.4: Understanding Authentication Systems

5.5: Implementing Access and Authorization Criteria

5.6: Implementing Access Control Models

5.7: Implementing Access Control Techniques and Technologies

5.8: Identity and Access Provisioning

End of Lesson Review

Lesson 6: Security Assessment and Testing

Learning Objectives

6.1: Testing and Examination (T&E) Overview

6.2: Security Assessment Planning

6.3: Conducting Security Examinations

6.4: Security Assessment Testing—Target Identification

6.5: Security Assessment Testing—Password Cracking

6.6: Conducting Security Assessments—Penetration Testing

6.7: Understanding Log Analysis

6.8: Implementing Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM)

6.9: Understanding Third-Party Audits and Examinations

End of Lesson Review

Lesson 7: Security Operations

Learning Objectives, Part 1

7.1: Managing Privileged Accounts

7.2: Operating and Maintaining Firewalls and IDS/IPS

7.3: Conducting Logging and Monitoring Activities

7.4: Implementing and Supporting Vulnerability and Patch Management

7.5: Implementing and Supporting Malware Management

7.6: Implementing and Supporting Media Management

7.7: Participating in the Configuration Management Process

Mid-Lesson Exam Review

Learning Objectives, Part 2

7.8: Managing System Resilience and Fault Tolerance

7.9: Implementing Disaster Recovery Processes

7.10: Managing DR Plan Maintenance

7.11: Understanding and Supporting Investigations

7.12: Understanding Digital Forensics

7.13: Supporting Incident Management

7.14: Securing People and Places

End of Lesson Review

Lesson 8: Software Development Security

Learning Objectives

8.1: Managing the Software Development Cycle

8.2: Understanding Software Development Approaches, Models, and Tools

8.3: Understanding Source Code Security Issues

8.4: Managing Database Security

8.5 Assessing the Security Impact of Acquired Software

End of Lesson Review 

Lesson 9: Preparing for the Exam

Learning Objectives

9.1: Security and Risk Management Domain: Review and Study Roadmap

9.2: Asset Security Domain: Review and Study Roadmap

9.3: Security Engineering Domain: Review and Study Roadmap

9.4: Communications and Network Domain: Review and Study Roadmap

9.5: Identity and Access Domain: Review and Study Roadmap

9.6: Security Assessment and Testing Domain: Review and Study Roadmap

9.7: Security Operations Domain: Review and Study Roadmap

9.8: Software Development Security Domain: Review and Study Roadmap

9.9: Taking the CISSP Examination

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