ISC2 ISSAP Bootcamp Training Classes for Certification
The five-day training ISSAP bootcamp class for accelerated Information Systems Security Architecture Professional ISSAP Certification is
designed to prove competence in the six major domains of the ISSAP concentration, focusing on the consultative and analytical process of information security.
The ISSAP concentration is governed by the International Information Systems Security Certifications Consortium. (ISC)² has been helping CISSPs meet the challenge of specialized information security requirements
with the development of the CISSP-ISSAP credential in architecture.
To participate in the ISSAP bootcamp, the candidate must have two years of professional experience in the area of architecture. This credential is generally appropriate for Chief
Security Architects and Analysts who typically work as independent consultants or in similar capacities. The architect plays a key role within the information security department with
responsibilities that functionally fit between the C-suite and upper managerial level and the implementation of the security program. He or she would generally develop, design, or analyze
the overall security plan. Although this role may typically be tied closely to technology this is not necessarily the case, and is fundamentally the consultative and analytical process of IS.
ISSAP Bootcamp Prerequisite
Students planning to take the exam (delivered on day 5) should have a valid CISSP certification as well as two years experience in the area of architecture.
Our 5-day ISSAP Training Class covers the following domains:
Domain 1 Access Control Systems and Methodology
Details the critical requirements to establish adequate and effective access control
restrictions for an organization. Access control protects systems, data, physical infrastructure and personnel in order to maintain their integrity, availability, and confidentiality.
Domain 2 Cryptography
Requires the security professional to understand cryptographic methodologies and the use
of cryptography to protect an organization's data storage and communications from compromise and misuse.
Domain 3 Physical Security Integration
Recognizes the importance of physical security and personnel controls in a complete information systems security model.
Domain 4 Requirements Analysis and Security Standards, Guidelines, Criteria
Provides diligence and attention to standards, awareness of threats and identification of the
risks and values of data.
Domain 5 Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP)
Involves the identification of adverse events that could threaten the ability of the organization
to continue normal operations. Once identified, the security professional will implement countermeasures to reduce the risk of such incidents from reoccurring.
Domain 6 Telecommunications and Network Security
Addresses the security concerns related to the critical role of telecommunications and
networks in today's distributed computing environments. The security professional understands the risks to communications networks across data, voice and multimedia.
Exam Exam ISSAP certification
By attending this ISSAP Boot Camp, you will :
- Understand the key concepts and requirements of information security within the framework of architecture and design
- Be able to demonstrate knowledge of the six domains of the CISSP-ISSAP CBK through various scenarios and models
- Create a study plan to successfully pass the CISSP-ISSAP Examination
ISC2 ISSAP Training Schedule:
- 8:15 am to 9:00 am Breakfast
- 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Instruction: Lecture
- 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm Lunch
- 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm Instruction/Interactive, Hands-on Labs
- 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Dinner Break, Study Time, One-One Instructor Mentoring
- 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm Wrap-Up Sessions
- 9:00 pm+ Study Time, One-One Instructor Mentoring
This schedule is subject to change at the instructors discretion.
ISSAP Bootcamp Certification Exam Track
The ISSAP certification examination is comprised of 100 scored items plus 25 questions used for research, for a total of 125 items.
All concentration examinations are developed and owned by (ISC)² and designed to work in tandem with the CISSP credential. As such, being a CISSP in good standing is a requirement
to sit for one or more of the concentration examinations.
Candidates are allowed 3 hours to complete each concentration examination.
Security technology is constantly changing. Ensuring continued competence is accomplished by meeting the Continuing Professional Education hours required by the board.
Credential holders must earn the minimum number of Continuing Professional Education credits (CPEs) annually during each year of the three-year certification cycle. Although
members may earn more than the minimum number of CPE credits required for credential maintenance for the three-year cycle, they are still required to earn and submit the minimum
annual number to maintain their certification in "good standing."
For more information regarding this certification or other ISC2 Certification Courses
Our Bootcamp Includes
- Intensive Hands-on Training Utilizing our (Lecture | Lab | Review) Delivery
- Comprehensive Study Materials and Pre-Class Mentoring, Program Courseware, and Self-Testing Software
- Deluxe Package of Five (5) Days of Hotel Accommodations, Breakfast and Lunch, Unlimited Beverages, Snacks, and Freshly-brewed Coffee
- 24-Hour Lab and Instructor Access
- Examination Vouchers & On-site Certification Testing
- Examination Passing Policy
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****Refund Policy- For full refund, class or boot camp must be canceled via email or fax at least 14 days prior to
start of class. (ISC)2 course cancellation period is 22 days due to arrangement of tests via ISC2.