Course Description and Overview
SecureNinja's CISSP-ISSMP training and certification 5-day boot camp in Washington, DC and San Diego, CA is a specialty of the CISSP where you will learn the competence of the five major domains of the Information Systems Security Management Professional (ISSMP) Concentration. The seminar reviews security issues from a larger model of security and management, focusing on elements such as project management, risk management, setting up and delivering security awareness programs, and managing Business Continuity Planning programs.
- Be able to demonstrate his or her knowledge of the standards and regulations pertaining to systems security management, enterprise-wide security systems, operations security and planning, and legal and ethical issues
- Be able to demonstrate his or her knowledge of the five domains of the CISSP-ISSMP CBK through various scenarios and models
- Create a study plan to successfully pass the CISSP-ISSMP Examination
The five major domains of the CBK covered by CISSP-ISSMP certification are:
- Enterprise Security Management Practices - Address the fundamental requirements for a security program. It embraces the concepts of security from an enterprise-wide perspective, defines the role of policy and supports the establishment of an effective security department.
- Enterprise-Wide System Development Security - Describes the role of security management in defining, designing, developing, testing, implementing and maintaining the critical software infrastructure that supports current and future business environments.
- Law, Investigations, Forensics, and Ethics – Discusses the responsibility held by security managers for investigations, resolving ethical queries and ensuring that the organization is responding appropriately to regulations and laws.
- Overseeing Compliance of Operations Security - Addresses the control and coordination of systems and networks that support an organization’s infrastructure. This requires careful management of security to ensure that the elevated privileges of operations staff are not misused or uncontrolled.
- Understanding Business Continuity Planning (BCP), Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) and Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) – Discusses the critical role of the security manager. As many organizations are increasingly reliant upon their information systems infrastructure, the need to ensure that these systems are operating according to the requirements of the business is an important requirement for security managers, risk officers, and auditors.
Who Would Benefit
CISSPs looking to become an Information Systems Security Management Professional
Follow On Courses
|ISSMP (Information Systems Security Management Professional) Classes Schedule|
|Feb. 06, 2023||Feb. 10, 2023||Alexandria||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Feb. 06, 2023||Feb. 10, 2023||Live Online
|Jun. 05, 2023||Jun. 09, 2023||Alexandria||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Jun. 05, 2023||Jun. 09, 2023||Live Online
|Aug. 14, 2023||Aug. 18, 2023||Alexandria||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Aug. 14, 2023||Aug. 18, 2023||Live Online
|Oct. 30, 2023||Nov. 03, 2023||Alexandria||Mon-Fri||OPEN||Bootcamp|
|Oct. 30, 2023||Nov. 03, 2023||Live Online
Not able to attend public scheduled classes? No problem, let us come to you to train your staff on-site on ISSMP (Information Systems Security Management Professional)
The ISSMP certification, created ISC2, certifies that IT professionals excels at connecting the security program with organizational governance, and prioritize security requirements in support of business initiatives to obtain support for the security program. Recommending documented security programs that includes security awareness, training, and a process for analyzing, managing and enforcing security requirements for contracts and agreements. Appling metrics, budgeting, project management and management of security team and cross-functional and stakeholder associations to achieve a security program. Recognize laws, regulations, and supporting policies that must be maintained to ensure the appropriate protective controls and ethics are employed, audited, and validated to safeguard sensitive information and systems.
Yes, the ISSMP is an advanced level certification.
You must be a certified CISSP professional in good standing with ISC2 and successfully take the ISSMP exam.
Having the ISSMP certification will set you apart from your CISSP colleagues and show potential employers that you specialize in project management, risk management, creating and delivering secure awareness programs.
Yes, the CAP certification is issued by ISC2, a globally recognized non-profit organization and accredited by ANSI and the DoD.