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Certified Information Systems Security Professional Course Overview

Our Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) training course in chennai aims to supply provide a pratical approach to learning the Information Systems security process and how to integrate this process practically to real-life scenarios. The CISSP course is based around practising the eight fundamental domains of Information Security, which provide professionals with all the information they require to obtain a vast and clear understanding of Information Security and pass the CISSP exam.CISSP Training in Chennai 

The CISSP certification is globally recognised as the best Information Systems Security certification for Security Professionals. Our trainers use a Practical-based training strategy, allowing for a clear explanation of CISSP terminology and methodology.CISSP Training in Chennai 

Certified Information Systems Security Professional Exam Information

This 5-day concentrated course provides information security professionals with a fully-immersed, minimum-distraction CISSP training and certification experience.CISSP Training in Chennai 

The course covers the 8 domains of the CISSP Common Body of Knowledge as reorganised in early 2015 and fully includes the updates that came into effect from 1 April 2018.  The course will broaden and deepen your understanding of the domains and give you full preparation for the (ISC)2 CISSP accreditation examination.

The CISSP exam covers the eight domains of Information Systems Security. Please note that this exam is provided by (ISC)2 and is not included in this training course. It must be booked separately. The exam follows a computerised format and is as followsCISSP Training in Chennai 

  • Multiple choice
  • 3 hours
  • 100-150 questions
  • The pass mark is 700 out of 1000
  • Computer-based 

If you are ready to take the CISSP exam, you can register HERE

Learning outcomes

The CISSP exam tests one’s competence in the 8 domains of the CISSP CBK.

This 5-day training program is designed to fully prepare you for the CISSP exam. It focuses on the 10 Common Body of Knowledge areas designated by (ISC)2:

  • Security and Risk Management
  • Security Engineering
  • Security Assessment and Testing
  • Asset Security CISSP Training in Chennai 
  • Communications and Network SecurityCISSP Training in Chennai 
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Security in the Software Development Life Cycle
  • Security Operations CISSP Training in Chennai 

 

The CISSP is designed for experienced security professionals who want to expand their knowledge and gain an internationally recognised accreditation.  It is is ideal for those working in positions such as, but not limited to:CISSP Training in Chennai 

  • Security Consultant CISSP Training in Chennai 
  • Security Manager
  • IT Director/Manager
  • Security Auditor
  • Security Architect
  • Security Analyst
  • Security Systems Engineer
  • Chief Information Security Officer
  • Director of Security
  • Network Architect

This course covers the 8 domains of the CISSP Common Body of Knowledge as reorganised and updated in early 2015. The order of some topics has been altered to provide a better structure and a more consistent conceptual model. All topics of the new CBK are fully covered and the course provides full prep for the CISSP exam.CISSP Training in Chennai 

1.  Introduction
  • Welcome and Administrivia
  • Course Overview CISSP Training in Chennai 
  • Review and Revision Techniques
  • References
  • Specialised References and Additional Reading
  • Other Resources
  • The “CISSP World-View”
  • The Exam
  • On the Day of the Exam
  • Exam Technique
  • After the Exam
  • CISSP Concentrations
  • Blended Learning Follow-up
2.  Security and Risk Management
  • Security Properties of Information and Systems – The CIA Triad
  • Security Governance
    • Organizational Structure and Processes
    • Security Roles and Responsibilities
    • Reporting Relationships
    • Governance of Third Parties
  • Compliance, Legal and Regulatory Requirements
    • Privacy Requirements
      • Transborder Data Flows
      • Data Breaches
    • Intellectual Property
    • Computer Ethics and Professional Ethics
  • Risk Management Concepts
    • Definitions of Risk
    • Risk Management Processes (SP800-30, ISO27005)
    • Information Risk Analysis, Audit Frameworks and Methodologies
    • Countermeasures and Controls
      • Control Assessment, Testing and Monitoring
    • Threat Modeling
    • Business Continuity Requirements
      • Development of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans
    • Security Policies, Standards, Procedures, Guidelines
      • Personnel Security
    • Acquisitions Policy and Strategies
    • Security Education, Awareness and Training
3.  Security Engineering
  • Security Engineering Lifecycle
  • Systems Architecture
  • Enterprise Security Architecture
  • Security Models
    • Mandatory Access Control Models
    • Discretionary Access Control
  • Evaluation, Certification and Accreditation
    • Evaluation Schemes
  • Security Implementation Guidelines, Frameworks and Standards
  • Database Security
  • Vulnerabilities
    • Architectural Vulnerabilities
    • Distributed Computing
    • Remote and Mobile Computing
    • Process Control and SCADA
    • Embedded Systems and the Internet of Things
  • Cryptology
    • Types of Cryptoprimitives
    • Classical Cryptography
    • Symmetric Cryptoprimitives
    • Unkeyed and Keyed Hashes
    • Public Key Cryptosystems
      • Authentication & Digital Signatures
      • Public Key Infrastructure
    • Key Management
    • Advanced Concepts – Quantum computing, etc.
    • Cryptanalysis and Attacks
  • Site Planning and Design
    • Security Survey
    • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
  • Facility Security
    • Physical Security Principles
    • Data Centers, Server Rooms and Wiring Closets
    • Secure Work Areas
4.  Security Assessment and Testing
  • Security Audit, Assessment and Testing Concepts
    • First-Person and Third-Party Audits
  • Software Security Assessment
    • Unit Testing
    • Integration Testing
    • Regression Testing
    • Advanced Techniques and Tools – Fuzzers, Model Checkers, Automated Theorem Provers
  • Systems Security Assessment
  • Network Security Assessment
  • Networking Principles
    • Protocol Layers
    • ISO/OSI vs TCP/IP
  • Physical Layer
    • Local Area Network Protocols
    • Wide Area Network Protocols
    • Physical Layer Attacks
  • Network Layer
    • IP Addressing and Routing
    • IP Protocol Operation
    • ICMP Protocol
    • Dynamic Routing Protocols
    • Software Defined Networking
    • Network Layer Attacks
  • Transport Layer
    • Transport Layer Concepts
    • UDP
    • TCP
    • Other Transport Layer Protocols
    • Transport Layer Attacks
  • Application Layer
    • Application Layer Protocols
      • Directory Services – BIND, LDAP, etc.
      • Remote Access and File Transfer
      • Email
      • Web – HTTP
      • VoiP, Instant Messaging and Collaboration
    • Application Layer Vulnerabilities and Attacks
  • Network Security Testing and Assurance
  • Continuous Security Monitoring
5.  Asset Security
  • Information Assets – Identification, Ownership
  • Data Standards and Policy
  • Information Classification
  • Handling Requirements
  • Data Retention Policy, Destruction and Disposal
6.  Communications and Network Security
  • Networking Principles
    • Protocol Layers
    • ISO/OSI vs TCP/IP
  • Physical Layer
    • Local Area Network Protocols
    • Wide Area Network Protocols
    • Physical Layer Attacks
  • Network Layer
    • IP Addressing and Routing
    • IP Protocol Operation
    • ICMP Protocol
    • Dynamic Routing Protocols
    • Software Defined Networking
    • Network Layer Attacks
  • Transport Layer
    • Transport Layer Concepts
    • UDP
    • TCP
    • Other Transport Layer Protocols
    • Transport Layer Attacks
  • Application Layer
    • Application Layer Protocols
      • Directory Services – BIND, LDAP, etc.
      • Remote Access and File Transfer
      • Email
      • Web – HTTP
      • VoiP, Instant Messaging and Collaboration
    • Application Layer Vulnerabilities and Attacks
  • Network Security Testing and Assurance
7.  Identity and Access Management
  • Basic Concepts: Trust, Identity, Authentication and Access Control
  • Authentication Techniques
    • Password Management
    • Tokens, Badges, Smartcards and Other Devices
    • Biometric Techniques
  • Authorization and Access Control
    • Mandatory Access Control
      • Multi-Level Systems
      • Role-Based Access Control
      • Rule-Based Access Control
    • Discretionary Access Control
    • Capability-Based Systems
  • Federated Identity Management Systems
  • Identity Management Lifecycle
8.  Security in the Software Development Life Cycle
  • Application Development Concepts
    • Programming Languages
    • Development Tools
    • Object-Oriented Concepts and Security
    • Third-Party Libraries and Frameworks
  • Vulnerabilities Introduced During Development
    • Buffer Overflows
    • Format String Vulnerabilities
    • Input /Output Sanitization
    • Citizen Programmers
    • Covert Channels
    • Time-of-Check/Time-of-Use Vulnerabilities
    • Object Reuse
    • Trapdoors and Backdoors
    • Executable Content and Mobile Code
  • Software Development Methodologies
    • Software Development Life Cycle
      • Security Activities in the SDLC
    • Prototyping, Iterative and Agile Techniques
    • Cleanroom and Formal Methods
    • Continuous Delivery and DevOps
    • Maturity Models
  • Databases and Data Warehouses
    • Database Concepts
    • Database Vulnerabilities and Controls
    • Unstructured Data and Knowledge Management
  • Web Application Security
    • Web Application Architectures and Languages
    • Common Vulnerabilities
      • SQL and Command Injection
      • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
      • Cross-Site Request Forgery
      • Insecure Direct Object Access
      • Incorrect Session Management
      • Insecure Configuration
      • Inadequate Use of TLS
    • Software Acquisition
9.  Security Operations
  • Security Operations and Operations Security
    • Segregation of Roles, Job Rotation
    • Dealing with Privileged Accounts and Users
    • Information Lifecycle
  • Threats and Vulnerabilities
    • Malware
      • Viruses, Worms, Trojans, etc.
      • Rootkits
      • Remote-Access Trojans
      • Spyware and Adware
    • Logic Bombs
    • Social Engineering
    • Phishing, Spear-Phishing, Pharming and Botnets
    • Hoaxes and Pranks
  • Configuration and Change Management
  • Patch Management and Vulnerabilities
  • Security Metrics, Monitoring and Reporting
    • Network Monitoring and Logging
    • Systems Monitoring and Logging
  • Incident Response
    • First Response
      • ContainmentCISSP Training in Chennai 
      • Investigation
      • Recovery
    • Crime Investigation
      • Evidence Collection and Handling
      • Evidence Processing and Forensics
      • Presentation in Court
    • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
      • Plan Development
        • Recovery Strategies
      • Plan Documentation
      • Training
      • Testing
    • Physical Security
    • Personnel Safety
10.  Summary and Wrap-up
  • I don’t have the required experience, can I still enrol on a CISSP course?
    Yes. Once you pass the CISSP exam, you become an associate of (ISC)2, then you will have up to six years to gain the relevant experience needed to officially become a CISSP.
  • How long is my CISSP Certification valid for?
    An (ISC)2 CISSP certification is valid for three years in total. It is possible to retake the course and exam, or you can earn and submit 120 Continuing Professional Education credits (CPEs) during the three years.
  • What are Continuing Professional Education credits (CPEs)?
    CPE credits are earned by participating in Continuing Professional Education activities. To maintain certifications, you can earn and submit the minimum number of credits required to maintain your certification. The minimum number of CPE credits required to maintain the validity of a CISSP certification is 120 over three years.

1, While impersonating an Information Security Officer (ISO), an attacker obtains information from company employees about their User IDs and passwords. Which method of information gathering has the attacker used?

  1. Trusted path
  2. Malicious logic
  3. Social engineering
  4. Passive misuse

Answer: C

2,Which of the following is generally indicative of a replay attack when dealing with biometric authentication?

  1. False Acceptance Rate (FAR) is greater than 1 in 100,000
  2. False Rejection Rate (FRR) is greater than 5 in 100
  3. Inadequately specified templates
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Answer: D

3, An organization is designing a large enterprise-wide document repository system. They plan to have several different classification level areas with increasing levels of controls. The BEST way to ensure document confidentiality in the repository is to

  1. encrypt the contents of the repository and document any exceptions to that requirement.
  2. utilize Intrusion Detection System (IDS) set drop connections if too many requests for documents are detected.
  3. keep individuals with access to high security areas from saving those documents into lower security areas.
  4. require individuals with access to the system to sign Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA).

Answer: C

4, Which item below is a federated identity standard?

  1. 802.11i
  2. Kerberos
  3. Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
  4. Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)

Answer: D

5, The core component of Role Based Access Control (RBAC) must be constructed of defined data elements. Which elements are required?CISSP Training in Chennai 

  1. Users, permissions, operations, and protected objects
  2. Roles, accounts, permissions, and protected objects
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  4. Roles, operations, accounts, and protected objects

Answer: C

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