This highly-rated CISSP® training prepares you for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification exam, the premier security certification created and administered by the International Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)². You'll learn the knowledge and domain expertise to successfully pass the CISSP exam the first time that you take it. We have a best-in-the-industry 93% pass-rate.
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The goal of the course is to prepare you for the challenging CISSP exam by covering the objectives of the exam as defined in the (ISC)² common body of knowledge (CBK). CISSPs are expected to have a broad range of skills across security policy development and management, as well as a technical understanding of a wide range of security controls across all disciplines within IT security. Our program provides you with a quick and proven method for mastering this huge range of knowledge.
Infosec’s CISSP boot camp is primarily designed around the CISSP exam domains, with material in each specific area enabling you to receive an unmatched, intense, six-day total immersion training experience — with the seventh day reserved to take the exam. You’ll leave this training with the necessary skills and best practices to effectively create and execute enterprise-wide information security strategies.
Infosec’s proprietary CISSP certification courseware materials are always up to date and synchronized with the latest (ISC)² exam objectives. Our CISSP training includes prep and review for the new CISSP visual exam question format (both Drag and Drop and Hotspot). This new format increases the difficulty of the exam.
Our industry-leading course curriculum combined with our award-winning CISSP training, provided by expert instructors, delivers the platform you need in order to pass the CISSP exam with flying colors. You’ll leave the Infosec CISSP training with the knowledge and domain expertise to successfully pass the CISSP exam the first time you take it.
Your CISSP boot camp or on-demand training subscription includes dual CISSP certification training at no extra cost. There are over 125,000 CISSP holders, and this Infosec CISSP training gives you the opportunity to distinguish yourself by achieving one of the popular CISSP specializations:
1. This is not a time-wasting “review seminar” — it is intense, successful preparation for CISSP certification. There is ZERO “fluff” in our CISSP boot camp program.
2. You receive expert mentoring by veteran security professionals who will guide you to CISSP certification success.
3. Infosec materials are always updated with the latest information on the exam objectives. Our CISSP training course is the product of a wide range of leading industry experts and authors, and is considered the absolute best materials for CISSP preparation.
4. We focus on preparing you for the CISSP certification exam through drill sessions, review of the entire CBK, and practical question and answer scenarios, all following a high-energy seminar approach. You’ll learn what you need to know in order to pass the exam, nothing else!
5. With our CBK experts and CISSP insiders, we have a reputation for getting at the secrets of the CISSP certification exam.
6. Dual Certification — get CISSP certified, plus demonstrate your specialized knowledge by passing the ISSEP, ISSAP or ISSMP certifications after class via our online training format.
Before this course I did not understand some of the harder concepts of the CISSP like Cryptography. The teaching style, expertise, and good materials helped me understand the toughest topics in the CISSP. I will definitely recommend you to my company and to other colleagues.
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In order to obtain the CISSP certification, you must have:
However, you can become an Associate of (ISC)² by passing the exam without the required work experience.
Training to Fit Your Schedule — From live boot camps to learn-at-your-own pace certification paths and skills courses, our award-winning training is personalized to how, when and where you learn best
Industry-leading Exam Pass Rates — 93% of our students pass their certification exams on their first attempt
Experienced Instructors — Infosec instructors have at least 10 years of industry training experience and are professionals with active roles in the industry
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The CISSP certification is a career differentiator that adds integrity and recognition to a security professional’s skillset and name. The CISSP is referred to as the “gold standard” of information security certifications within the security community due to its pre-requirements, subject matter and maintenance requirements needed to remain certified.
CISSP holders are experienced leaders capable of performing a variety of security-related job roles ranging from entry level to the C-suite. Our training does not place jobs, but certified professionals are highly sought after in today’s job market. In 2017 alone, there were over 65,000 positions listed in the United States requiring applicants to hold the CISSP certification. Click here for more info on the job career opportunities and job outlook for CISSPs.
The CISSP CAT exam was rolled out with the goal of making the testing process more efficient, reliable and secure. The new CAT exam takes students on average 3 hours to complete and is typically around 100 questions long. We created a free e-book about the CISSP exam, which includes tips from our instructors, students and Infosec community members. You can download a free copy here: “CISSP Exam Tips from Students and Instructors.”
Our live online Flex Pro boot camp is designed to provide you with an even better learning experience than in-person training. You will interact with the instructor the same way you would in a physical course and receive the same courseware, labs and exam vouchers. However, you will also get access to additional features via your Flex Center, such as extended access to recordings of your daily lessons, detailed reporting on exam readiness and more.
Most Flex Pro boot camps also come with an Exam Pass Guarantee, meaning if you don’t pass your exam on your first attempt, you’ll get a second attempt at no cost to you.
Infosec’s CISSP boot camp has the highest pass rate for first time test takers, currently sitting at 93%! Not only does our boot camp offer the highest pass rate in the industry, but our popular live online Flex Pro CISSP boot camp comes with an Exam Pass Guarantee. This means if you don’t pass your exam on your first attempt, you’ll get a second attempt at no cost to you.
There are two situations where one of the five years of related professional work experience can be waived. CISSP candidates are allowed a one-year experience waiver if they have a security-related degree from an accredited college or its regional equivalent. Or, the candidate has additional (ISC)² credentials from their approved list. Click here for more info on the CISSP experience waiver.
The CISSP covers a wide range of subject matter covering a variety of subsets in information security. Because of this, there are a wide range of potential job titles for certified professionals. Some high-level CISSP job titles include chief information officer, information security officer and director of information security. Mid-level titles include information security manager, security architect and security engineer.
There are 8 domains in the (ISC)² CISSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). They are Security and Risk Management, Asset Security, Security Engineering, Communications and Network Security, Identity and Access Management, Security Assessment and Testing, Security Operations and Software Development Security. Click here for more info on the CISSP domains.
There are three CISSP concentrations, which are as follows: Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP), Information Systems Security Engineering Professional (ISSEP), and Information Systems Security Management Professional (ISSMP). Each focuses on a specific area of the CISSP framework. Click here for more info on the CISSP concentrations.
The CISSP is valid for three years. However, certification holders are required to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credits, pay an annual maintenance fee (AMF) to (ISC)² and abide by (ISC)²’s code of ethics. Click here for more info on the earning CPEs.
CISSP cert holders are required to earn 40 CPEs per year, pay an $85 Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF) and adhere to (ISC)²’s Code of Ethics.
CPE credits can be earned by participating in various activities where CISSPs gain experience as well as knowledge, whether associated with domain-related activities, or knowledge sharing and professional development. Click here for more info on CISSP CPE credits.
Absolutely! One-to-one chat sessions with instructors are an important part of our CISSP training. During the course, instructors focus 100% of their time and attention on students to ensure you are learning the skills needed to pass the CISSP exam.
Participating in a boot camp like the one offered here is a great way to study for the CISSP. Other methods include buying the official textbook provided by (ISC)², self study and taking the CISSP practice exams provided during your course. Click here for more tips on prepping for the CISSP.