CISSPs are expected to have a broad range of skills in the field of information security, from security policy development and management to the technical understanding of security architecture and controls.
Our CISSP Boot Camp will provide you with a quick and proven method for mastering this huge range of knowledge.
Our CISSP Boot Camp course contains "checkpoints" that help you self-evaluate your progress. You will know which key concepts you have a solid understanding of, and which of the CISSP domains you need to spend more time reviewing. The benefit of these checkpoints is that you will have an expert instructor on hand to help you through any trouble spots. You will find checkpoints after each of the 10 domains, and many smaller self-assessment exercises within the larger CISSP domains.
A CISSP will have many job options. It is a foundational certification for upper-level security industry professions.
The average salary for CISSPs is the top amongst security professionals. The median salary a CISSP made in 2010 was $85,000 with many well above $100k. This was higher than CISA, GIAC, and CFE. Salary rates are dependent on serveral factors including location, exerience and job title. For a more information, check out our 2013 CISSP salary article.
The four processes to become a certified CISSP® are:
Complete the Examination Agreement
Successfully answer four questions regarding criminal history and related background
Pass the CISSP examination with a scaled score of 700 points+
Successfully pass an audit
The endorser attests that the candidate's assertions regarding professional experience are true.
Candidates will be randomly selected and audited.