CISSP Course Overview
Non-credit, Short-term Program
CISSP stands for Certified Information Systems Security Professional. It was created by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium also known as ISC2.
This certification is not to be taken lightly; it requires a minimum of five years worth of experience. Contact an Admissions Professional for full details on if you qualify for the CISSP Certification. It is a standard that is recognized around the world. It rises to the highest bar set by the global security community’s ISO/Standard 17024, and was the first security certification to do so.
Employers today are looking for proof of skills. Employers know that having a CISSP validates that you have real world IT / computer security experience and they understand the quality of skills and experience needed simply to apply to take this certification exam.
What you will learn in LaSalle's CISSP Program?
CISSP certification is vendor neutral. It covers ten domains and principles that are used internationally between IT security personnel to deal with issues regarding the broad spectrum of issues possible.
The ten issues are as follows:
• Access Control
• Software Development Security
• Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
• Information Security Governance and Risk Management
• Legal, Regulations, Investigations and Compliance
• Operations Security
• Physical (Environmental) Security
• Security Architecture and Design
• Telecommunications and Network Security
Another part of this certification deals with what is known as the “CIA triad.” The CIA triad, is not named not for the government agency, as one might suppose, but it is an acronym for three ideals that are core to IT security. These three core issues are:
LaSalle's Course is 40 hours. It is available at our Tampa or Orlando campus. It is available during the day, evening and on the weekends, so you can continue to work and achieve this prestigious certification. Contact an Admissions Representative for full details.
The information you review during your course at LaSalle helps to prepare you to pass the exam that is also a required piece to the CISSP certification