CISSP® – Certified Information Systems Security Professional
CISSP is long regarded as the gold standard of security qualifications. It draws from a comprehensive, up-to-date, global common body of knowledge that ensures security leaders have a deep knowledge and understanding of new threats, technologies, regulations, standards, and practices. It is based on the CBK (Common Body of Knowledge) which comprises eight subject domains that the (ISC)2 compiles and maintains through ongoing peer review by subject matter experts.
To attain the CISSP certification candidates must have a minimum of 5 years of direct, full-time security professional work experience in 2 or more of the domains of the CISSP CBK. One year of work experience may be waived by (ISC)2 if the candidate holds a four-year or higher college or university degree or approved credential. Candidates who do not meet these criteria may be given Associate status until conditions are met.
Unsure if you have adequate experience?
- 2 years of experiences in security
In today fast evolving times technological solutions by itself cannot protect an organizations important information assets. So, Employers demanding qualified information security staff give their organizations a leading edge by providing the highest standard of security for their customers, employees, stakeholders and organizational information assets.
The CISSP is an internationally recognized certification for information security professionals. Offered by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, (ISC)2, the CISSP certification is both an objective measure of excellence and a globally recognized standard of achievement.
Benefits of the CISSP Certification for Professionals
- Indicates a working knowledge of information security
- Commitment to profession
- Provides a career distinction, with enhanced credibility and marketability
- Has exclusive benefits as an (ISC)² member, including valuable resources such as peer networking and idea exchange
- Certified information security professionals earn more than their non-certified counterparts, according to the Global Information Security Workforce Study
- Satisfies the government and organization requirements for information security certification mandates
- IT security-related practitione
- Security Administrators
- Network analysts
- Security analysts
- Information Security officer (ISO)
- Security Instructors
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