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InfoSec Institute’s Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) Boot Camp focuses on preparing students for the CAP exam through extensive mentoring and drill sessions, review of all 7 CAP domains of knowledge, and practical question and answer scenarios, all through a high-energy seminar approach. This class is the product of a wide range of leading industry experts and authors, and our training materials are considered the absolute best for CAP preparation.
The Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) credential applies to professionals who need to setup the formal processes used to assess risk and establish security requirements based on regulatory standards. It’s a very important job which ensures that information systems have appropriate security controls to mitigate potential risk, as well as protecting against damage to assets or individuals. The credential is sought after by civilian, state and local governments, as well as system integrators supporting these organizations.
Upon completing our 3 day CAP Boot Camp you will gain valuable knowledge and skills including the ability to:
To achieve the CAP credential, you need a minimum of two years of direct full-time information systems security authorization professional experience in one or more of these seven (ISC)² CAP domains:
Who Should Attend
Employees who perform functions such as authorization officials, system owners, information owners, information system security officers, and certifiers as well as all senior system managers can benefit from this training, including:
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Risk Management Framework
Very knowledgeable, this course presented the best methodology for conducting a risk assessment that I have seen in 15+ years.