Cyber Security Managers command salaries of £75,000 on average which makes them some of the top earners in the IT industry. Are you interested in cyber security and looking to expand on what you already know? Then a career as a Cyber Security Manager is just what you were looking for.
This Cyber Security Manager course covers the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) curriculum. CISSP is an independent information security certification granted by the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, also known as (ISC)². As of 1 January 2018, there are 122,289 (ISC)² members holding the CISSP certification worldwide. This popular certification will allow you to live and work on the forefront of information security.
What you will learn
You will learn about the eight domains of the CISSP CBK — including discussion of industry best practices and timely security concepts. Some of the topics that will be covered include; operations security, disaster recovery planning, security management and more.
Why study online?
Online learning gives you the freedom that classroom-based training doesn’t. With no travelling costs you can participate from the convenience of your computer.
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Least Bad Answer Part 2
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Least Bad Answer Part 6
Least Bad Answer Part 7
Accounts And Identity Management - Part 1
Accounts And Identity Management - Part 2
Accounts And Identity Management - Part 3
Accounts And Identity Management - Part 4
Accounts And Identity Management - Part 5
Authentication Services – Part 1
Authentication Services – Part 2
Authentication Services – Part 3
Authentication Services – Part 4
Authentication Services – Part 5
Categories And Types – Part 1
Categories And Types – Part 2
Categories And Types – Part 3
Penetration Testing And Auditing – Part 1
Penetration Testing And Auditing – Part 2
Penetration Testing And Auditing – Part 3
Penetration Testing And Auditing – Part 4
Penetration Testing And Auditing – Part 5
Systems M A C D A C R B A C – Part 1
Systems M A C D A C R B A C – Part 2
Systems M A C D A C R B A C – Part 3
Systems M A C D A C R B A C – Part 4
Wired Physical Interfaces
Layer – Part 1
Layer – Part 2
Layer 34 And Firewalls
Layers 5 And 6
Layer 5 Protocols
Voice Over IP
Layers of Protection
Vectors Of Test
Technical Penetration Testing
Pen Testing Methodology
Application Security – Part 1
Application Security – Part 2
Connectivity Interfaces And Applications
Web Risks – Part 1
Web Risks – Part 2
Insecure Direct Object Reference
How To Pass The Exam
Levels Of Patch Management
Software Development Life Cycle – Part 1
Software Development Life Cycle – Part 2
Symmetric Vs Asymmetric
Managing Key Sizes
Message Integrity Controls
Apply Integrity Controls
Digital Signature Overview
Types Of Encryption
Hierarchical Trust Model
PGP And Digital Signatures
Spam Vs PKI
Cryptolography And Steganography
Investigating For Steganography
Common Cryptanalytical Attacks
Types Of Attacks
Common Criteria And Trusted Computing Base – Part 1
Common Criteria And Trusted Computing Base – Part 2
Common Criteria And Trusted Computing Base – Part 3
Frameworks – Part 1
Frameworks – Part 2
Frameworks – Part 3
Frameworks – Part 4
Frameworks – Part 5
Hardware – Part 1
Hardware – Part 2
Hardware – Part 3
Security Architecture Models – Part 1
Security Architecture Models – Part 2
Security Architecture Models – Part 3
Security Architecture Models – Part 4
Security Architecture Models – Part 5
Software OS Design – Part 1
Software OS Design – Part 2
Software OS Design – Part 3
Software OS Design – Part 4
Data Classification – Part 1
Data Classification – Part 2
Data Classification – Part 3
Data Classification – Part 4
Data Backup And Control – Part 1
Data Backup And Control – Part 2
Data Backup And Control – Part 3
Data Backup And Control – Part 4
Privilege Entry Control – Part 1
Privilege Entry Control – Part 2
IDS And IPS – Part 1
IDS And IPS – Part 2
IDS And IPS – Part 3
Business Continuity Planning – Part 1
Business Continuity Planning – Part 2
Policy And Program Management – Part 1
Policy And Program Management – Part 2
Business Impact Analysis – Part 1
Business Impact Analysis – Part 2
Incident Management Plans
Activity Response Plans
Embedding Business Continuity Plan
Law Domain – Part 1
Law Domain – Part 2
Law Domain – Part 3
Law Domain – Part 4
Incident Handling – Part 1
Incident Handling – Part 2
Incident Handling – Part 3
Incident Handling – Part 4
Legal Systems – Part 1
Legal Systems – Part 2
Intellectual Property – Part 1
Intellectual Property – Part 2
Intellectual Property – Part 3
Fire And Power – Part 1
Fire And Power – Part 2
Fire And Power – Part 3
Perimeter Barrier Lock Sensor Guard – Part 1
Perimeter Barrier Lock Sensor Guard – Part 2
Perimeter Barrier Lock Sensor Guard – Part 3
Perimeter Barrier Lock Sensor Guard – Part 4
Physical Security Planning – Part 1
Physical Security Planning – Part 2
Physical Security Planning – Part 3
Please note that the official exam is not included, however for those who complete the course, they will receive a completion certificate upon request.
Who is this course for?
This course is for those who are interested in challenging yourself to grow and be better. This course will strengthen the skills you need to protect your organisation from potantial threats. Once you are CISSP certified you can experience a career as an IT security professional an reap the benefits of a high paying job.
There are no requirements for this course. However there is a requirement of 5 years work experience in at least 2 of the 8 CISSP domains. For more information please use the question and answer function at the bottom of this ad.
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What are the eight domains to qualify for this course?
Hi, Shaun To qualify for the CISSP exam, you will need to have at least 5 years paid experience in at least of 2 of the following domains: Security and Risk Management Asset Security Security Engineering Communications and Network Security Identity and Access Management Security Assessment and Testing Security Operations Software Development SecurityThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Can you explain better regarding the examination and certificate of this particular course?
It is based on the sylubus of CISSPThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
How is the course delivered? How many hours? How long do you have access to the course materials
the course is delivered online with 1 months accessThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Reed cannot process my credit card because I am in the US, so I need to take this course directly. How do I achieve this?
This course is only available on ReedThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
If I complete this course could I apply for high earning roles as Cyber Security Manager? And how much weight does the certificate hold?
The course is based follows the CISSP curriculum. This is set by the ISC2 examining body and more information can be found on their websiteThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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