Get yourself trained on CISSP Certification: Domains with this Online Training CISSP Certification: Domains 1&2 Video Training Course-2019.
Online Training CISSP Certification: Domains 1&2 Video Training Course-2019
In this CISSP Domain 1 and 2 video training course, I will provide you the knowledge you need to pass the CISSP certification. In addition, you will get my years of experience (Over 18 years) as it translate CISSP training requirements into real-world examples.Included in this course:CISSP Domain 1 and 2 Videos (6 hours) – All objectives coveredSlides available to download for both domains (200+ pages)20 CISSP practice questions (10 for each domain)The curriculum in this course covers the content that will be on the most current CISSP exam (April 2018). Each objective that is required for the CISSP exam will be covered in varying degrees of complexity and competency.Domain 1 Covers:IntroductionCIA TriadGovernance, Management, Standards and FrameworksLaws and RegulationsIntellectual PropertyVarious Laws and International TreatiesAccess ControlsRisk ManagementThreat ModelingCyber Security AwarenessMuch, Much More.Domain 2 Covers:Data / Asset ClassificationData Owners, Processers, Remanence, Collection LimitationsAsset RetentionData States, Scoping and Tailoring, Standards, and Data Protection MethodsAsset Handling RequirementsNotes / Disclaimers:In order for you to pass the CISSP test you need to have the substantial knowledge through experience and knowledge.The test was originally written in English, but there are other language versions availableAnswering the questions you need to consider the “perfect world” scenario and that work around options may be technically correct, but they may not meet (ISC)2 point of viewYou need to be able to spot the keywords (DR, BCP, Policy, Standards, etc.) as well as the indicators (First, Best, Last, Least, Most)Understand and answer every question from the Manager, CISO, or Risk Advisers Point of View (PoV). Answering the questions from a CIO or technical perspective will place your thinking too high or down in the weeds too far.Understand that you are to answer the questions based on being proactive within your environment. Enable a Vulnerability Management Program before you have vulnerability issues.The English version of the CISSP exam, utilizes the Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) format and is 3 hours long with 100-150 questionsMost people studying for CISSP certification will various media sources, test banks, and various books to enhance their test taking experience.Dont rely on one source to teach you all that you need to know for the CISSP.Invest in multiple training opportunities. The future payoff is worth the time and energy.
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As a society, we spend hundreds of billions of dollars measuring the return on our financial assets. Yet, at the same time, we still haven’t found convincing ways of measuring the return on our investments in developing people.
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Fortunately, corporate learning & development (L&D), like most business functions, is evolving quickly. We can embrace some level of ambiguity and have rigor when measuring the ROI of learning. It just might look a little different than an M.B.A. would expect to see in an Excel model.