SecureNinja's CISSP-ISSEP training and certification boot camp in Washington, DC and San Diego, CA is a specialty of the CISSP in which you will learn the competence of the four domains of the Information Systems Security Engineering Professional (ISSEP) Concentration, with in-depth study of information security topics related specifically to engineering.
- Be able to demonstrate his or her knowledge of the standards and regulations pertaining to systems security engineering, certification and accreditation, information assurance, and technical management.
- Be able to demonstrate his or her knowledge of the four domains of the CISSP-ISSEP CBK through various scenarios and models
- Create a study plan to successfully pass the CISSP-ISSEP Examination
The five (refreshed 2018) domains of the CBK covered by CISSP-ISSEP certification are:
- Domain 1: Security Engineering Principles- Employs Information Assurance Technical Framework (IATF) processes to discover users’ information protection needs and design systems that will effectively and efficiently address those needs. It also covers concepts of defense in depth, risk assessment, and the systems life cycle.
- Domain 2: Risk Management- Identifies, understands, and implements the Certification and Accreditation (C&A) and Risk Management Framework (RMF) processes
- Domain 3: Security Planning, Design, and Implementation- Describes system development models and relates security tasks to these models
- Domain 4: Secure Operations, Maintenance, and Disposal- Identifies, understands and applies the practices as defined by the United States Government Information Assurance regulations
- Domain 5: Systems Engineering Technical Management- Describes the Acquisition Process for vendor selection and supply chain risk management, System Development Methodologies to verify security requirements and the Technical Management Processes of decision management, security processes automation, risk management quality assurance and more.
Who Would Benefit
CISSPs looking to become an Information Systems Security Engineering Professional
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|ISSEP - Information Systems Security Engineering Professional Classes Schedule|
|May. 01, 2023||May. 05, 2023||San Diego||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|May. 01, 2023||May. 05, 2023||Live Online
|May. 08, 2023||May. 12, 2023||Alexandria||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|May. 08, 2023||May. 12, 2023||Live Online
|Jun. 26, 2023||Jun. 30, 2023||Alexandria||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Jun. 26, 2023||Jun. 30, 2023||Live Online
|Jul. 17, 2023||Jul. 21, 2023||San Diego||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Jul. 17, 2023||Jul. 21, 2023||Live Online
|Sep. 11, 2023||Sep. 15, 2023||Alexandria||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Sep. 11, 2023||Sep. 15, 2023||Live Online
|Sep. 25, 2023||Sep. 29, 2023||San Diego||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Sep. 25, 2023||Sep. 29, 2023||Live Online
|Nov. 06, 2023||Nov. 10, 2023||Alexandria||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Nov. 06, 2023||Nov. 10, 2023||Live Online
|Nov. 27, 2023||Dec. 01, 2023||San Diego||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Nov. 27, 2023||Dec. 01, 2023||Live Online
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The Information systems Security Engineering Professional (ISSEP) was created by ISC2 as a concentration of their CISSP certification. The purpose of the ISSEP is to ensure that the IT professional can understand and apply information system security engineering processes as the Information System Security Engineer on the systems engineering team. The IT professional can also analyze, design, develop, and evaluate the security design and architecture for systems using security engineering processes and principles. Lastly proves the IT professional can develop system solutions that employ security functions and provide adequate protection to system functions.
Yes, the ISSEP is an advanced level certification designed for IT professionals that are CISSP certified.
You must be a certified CISSP professional in good standing with ISC2 and successfully take the ISSEP exam.
Having a ISSEP certification will set you apart from your CISSP colleagues and show potential employers, you have an ability to apply systems engineering principles and process to develop secure systems.
Yes, having a CISSP-ISSEP certification will show employers you have are a CISSP certified professional specializing in Security Engineering with relative work experience.