CISSP Exam Preparation Course

As part of our commitment to empower people to unlock opportunities; Skillfield organised a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Exam Preparation Course.

The course was running after working hours for busy professionals who can’t take time off their busy schedule and still want to broaden their current knowledge of security concepts and practices.

It was a wonderful training span for two weeks during which all participants agreed that understanding and implementing security practices is an essential part of being a good IT professional.

With a CISSP certification, the IT professional will be seen as a security professional of proven ability who has successfully met a predefined standard of knowledge and experience that is well understood and respected throughout the industry.

Certification Key Facts

  • CISSP is a registered mark of the international Information Systems Security Certification Consortium in the United States and other countries
  • Introduced in 1994
  • Named as the most valuable security credential by employers – 2018
  • 140,000 Certified Professionals in 160 Countries
  • Average Salary AU$120,000

Included Study Domains:

Security and Risk Management15%
Communication and Network Security14%
Security architecture and Engineering13%
Identity and Access Management13%
Security Operations13%
Security Assessment and Testing12%
Asset Security10%
Software Development Security10%

Course Facts:

  • Certified instructor
  • Total hours: 40 H
  • Designed for working professionals
  • Running after working hours
  • Reachable Venue in Melbourne CBD
  • Official study guide and official practice tests kit are included

Who should attend the course

  • CISO and Security Managers
  • CIOs and IT Directors/Managers
  • Security Architects and Consultants
  • Security Engineers and Analysts
  • IT Professional keen to have Information Security knowledge

Consider the reasons for attaining a CISSP certification

  • To meet the growing demand and to thrive in an ever-expanding field
  • To broaden your current knowledge of security concepts and practices
  • To bring security expertise to your current occupation
  • To become more marketable in a competitive workforce
  • To show a dedication to the security discipline
  • To increase your salary and be eligible for more employment opportunities