CISSP Certification: CISSP Domain 3 & 4 Video Boot Camp 2019

Take the Domain 3 and 4 CISSP certifications boot camp: Get 7 hours of video, downloadable slides, & practice questions.

What you’ll learn

  • Prepare for the 2018 version of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Exam (next CISSP update is in 2021).
  • Clear understanding of CISSP Domain 3 (Security Architecture and Engineering).
  • Clear understanding of CISSP Domain 4 (Communication and Network Security).
  • Understand IT Security and Cyber Security from a management level perspective.
  • Where to start on your CISSP certification journey.
  • Learn why you want to get your CISSP certification, what it can give you.

Requirements

  • Wanting to pass the Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Exam.
  • Wanting to learn about management level IT Security and Cyber Security.

Description

In this CISSP Domain 3 and 4 video boot camp course, I will help you get the knowledge you need to pass the CISSP certification.

Included in this course:

  • Full CISSP Domain 3 and 4 videos (7 hours).
  • Downloadable slides for both domains (261 pages).
  • 60 CISSP practice questions (30 for each domain).
  • 115 links for domain 3 and 4 and the CISSP in general.

Prepare for the 2018 version of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Exam, which is what you will be tested on until the next CISSP curriculum update in 2021.

In Domain 3 we will cover:

  • Introduction to domain 3.
  • Security models and concepts
  • Security evaluation models
  • Secure system design concepts
  • Hardware architecture
  • Secure operating systems and software architecture
  • Virtualization
  • IOT (Internet Of Things)
  • System vulnerabilities threats and countermeasures
  • Web architecture and attacks
  • Database security
  • Mobile device security
  • Industrial Control Systems
  • Introduction to Cryptography
  • The history of cryptography
  • Symmetric encryption
  •  Asymmetric encryption
  •  Hashing
  •  Attacks on our cryptography
  •  Digital signatures
  •  IPSec and PGP
  •  MAC, HMAC, SSL, and TLS
  •  Physical security part 1
  •  Physical security part 2
  •  Physical security part 3
  •  Site selection
  •  Media storage
  •  Electricity
  •  Fire suppression and hot and cold aisles
  •  Personnel safety
  • The fire triangle and fire suppression
  • What we covered in domain 3.

In Domain 4 we will cover:

  • Introduction to domain 4.
  • Networking basics and definitions
  • The OSI model
  • The TCP-IP model
  • IP addresses and port numbers part 1
  • IP addresses and port numbers part 2
  • IP support protocols
  • Cable types
  • LAN topologies
  • WAN protocols
  • SAN and VoIP protocols
  • WIFI
  • Bluetooth
  • Layer 1 to 3 networking devices
  • Layer 3 routing protocols
  • Firewalls
  • Modems
  • Network authentication protocols
  • Secure communications
  • What we covered in domain 4.

To pass you obviously need to have the knowledge for the CISSP certification exam, but it is much more than that.

It is very much an English exam, you need to answer the questions from (ISC)²’s point of view, in their perfect world.

You need to be able to spot the keywords (PKI, policy, asymmetric, BCP) as well as the indicators (first, best, last, least, most).

Understand and answer every question from a Manager or a Risk Advisers point of view, NOT from an executive or as a techie.

Most hands-on techies that fail the CISSP exam do so because they answer from a point of being reactive, not being proactive.

The CISSP exam is using the Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) format, and is 3 hour long and will have 100-150 questions.

Most people studying for the CISSP certification will use multiple books, video courses, and 3-5000 practice questions before taking the exam, this really is the path to success.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone wanting lean more about the CISSP certification!
  • Anyone wanting to learn about CISSP Domain 3 Security Architecture and Engineering and CISSP domain 4 Communication and Network Security.
  • People wanting to grow their IT Security and Cyber Security knowledge.
  • New and experienced IT Security professionals.
  • Anyone wanting to break into IT Security.
  • Students preparing for the (ISC)² CISSP Certification Exam

Created by Thor Pedersen – IT & Cyber Security Trainer – CISSP | CISM, Thor Teaches
Last updated 10/2019
English
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Size: 5.17 GB

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