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CISSP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP)

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CISSP Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP)

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CISSP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP)

Ideal Candidates for CISSP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) Class

Information security professionals who detail the critical requirements to establish adequate and effective access controls, address the security concerns related to the critical role of communications and networks, and are responsible for choosing, implementing and monitoring cryptographic products and adoption of corporate cryptographic standards and policies
Individuals pursuing CISSP-ISSAP® certification

CISSP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) Prerequisites

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What You'll Get in CISSP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP)

What You'll Learn in CISSP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP)

In-depth coverage of the six domains required to pass the CISSP-ISSAP exam:

Security Architecture Analysis
Communication and Network Security
Physical Security Considerations
Cryptography
Technology-Related Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP)
Access Control Systems and Methodology

CISSP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) Certification

Certified Information Systems Security Professional-Information System Security Architecture Professional

CISSP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) Outline

1. Domain 1: Security Architecture Analysis

  • Approach to Security Architecture
  • Conducting the Requirements Analysis
  • Designing the Security Model
  • Conduct Design Verification and Validation

2. Domain 2: Communication and Network Security

  • The Communication Architecture
  • The Network Architecture
  • Protecting the Communications and Networks
  • Security Design Considerations and Associated Risks

3. Domain 3: Physical Security Considerations

  • Assessing the Physical Security Requirements
  • Integration of Physical Products and Systems
  • Solution Evaluation

4. Domain 4: Cryptography

  • Cryptography Requirements
  • Design Considerations and Constraints
  • Key Management Life Cycle
  • Integrated Solutions
  • Identity System Integration

5. Domain 5: Technology-Related Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP)

  • Business Impact Analysis (BIA) Requirements
  • What are the Strategies for Availability and Recovery?
  • Designing the Continuity Recovery Solution

6. Domain 6: Access Control Systems and Methodology

  • Access Control Key Concepts, Methodologies, and Techniques
  • Architecture of Identity and Access Management

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