CISSP Course Again
Ah my ongoing ISC2 CISSP course, how you tire me. It’s all good, I’m enjoying the course though I dislike being crowded into a room full of loud people. Erg. Not that I don’t like the people, I just hate crowded, loud places. Something I get from my grandad apparently, shame he’s not around anymore.
Our tutor, Kyle Starkey, is an American working for Seigeworks. He’s a security consultant and CISSP trainer, flown across to the UK for this course. For the legal sections of the course we had an American lawyer to train us, not just any lawyer but Robert W. Daniels [http://www.issa.org/board/vp.html], Executive Vice President of ISSA. Pretty good tutors which is of course why the course is good.
The annoying thing is I now need to do a lot of revision before I can take the exam. Doom. Oh well, it’s not going to be harder than all my MCPs. I was going to do a write up of the course but I’ve found a lot of CISSP information already online so it would be a waste of my time right now. You need to know the following ten domains of security:
Security Management Practices
Access Control Systems & Methodology
Telecommunications, Network & Internet Security
Security Architecture & Models
Applications & Systems Development
Business Continuity Planning
Law, Investigation & Ethics
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