CISSP stands for Certified Information System Security Professional. It is now one of the most widely recognized certifications in information safety. The certificate is issued to those who are responsible for maintaining enterprise-level security.
This certification is not for entry-level candidates. It requires at least 5 years of experience in information protection and at least two or more domains of CISSP.
This certification is extremely important because it has been 26 years since CISSP was launched in 1994 and there have been only 140 000 certified people worldwide.
Part of CISSP Certification: There are eight domains to CISSP Certification
Domain 1: Security risk management (15%): This is all about security control and risk. It will give you a comprehensive view of security risk and governance risk management. It also discusses at an enterprise level, how to take care of business continuity planning. It will also give you an idea of the loss that is occurring around the world. This domain has the highest percentage of the examination.
Domain 2: Asset Security (10%) – This is the next part of assets security. Although it is a short domain, it is a very important one. We will discuss various things we do to protect assets (it’s about information assets that are the data).
Domain 3: Security Architecture & Engineering (13%): This domain is one of the most complex in CISSP. It includes five modules and three additional parts. It covers cryptography, security architecture and engineering, as well as system architecture and physical security. It is therefore essential for the examination perspective.
Domain 4: Communication security and network security (14%): This domain is one of the most important in CISSP content and it is also very important once. Many people don’t have a background in networking and have difficulty understanding many concepts.
Domain 5: Identity management and access management (ISM), (13%): Although it is a binding domain essential, there are very few concepts that can be tested from an examination perspective.
Domain 6: Security assessment & testing (12%): This domain examines various aspects of application security. It focuses on the different things that we need in order to asset or test an app from a security perspective.
Domain 7: Security operations (13%): This domain is populated by people who have firsthand experience. It covers the concepts that everyone follows or sees every day. It will cover change management, patch management and vulnerability management. Many people who have worked as information security professionals have done at least one thing within the security operations section.
Domain 8: Software security (10%): Here we will look at various ways to develop software (like the software development lifecycle, lifecycle model, and activity for malicious code and their effect on applications, including your own software applications).
CISSP stands for Computer Adaptive Test (CAT).
How does CAT format work? The next step is to select a response and submit it. The answer to the previous question will be used for the next question. The next question will be slightly more difficult if someone has answered the previous question correctly. If someone has answered the previous question incorrectly, then the next question will be slightly more difficult.
The three rules will be used to determine the outcome of the examination.
Confidence interval rule
Minimum length exam rule.
Rule of the run out of time
Duration: 3 hours
You cannot flag the question and return to the previous one.
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