Cyber Security Manager
- Exam(s) / assessment(s) not included in price & must be purchased separately
For those with technical and managerial competence, and are looking to validate their skills with a vendor-neutral, internationally recognised certification, look no further than the Cyber Security Manager course. Cyber Security is a critical part of the operations of many organisations today and this means that roles such as Cyber Security Manager are always in high demand.
Cyber Security is the protection of computer systems from theft or damage to their hardware, software or information. A Cyber Security Manager therefore is someone who provides expert strategy, risk and technical advice, guidance and support on cyber security.
The Certified Information Systems Security Pro (CISSP) training course was developed and maintained by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)². The Cyber Security Manager course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to pass the official CISSP certification exam. You will gain the ability to manage, operate, develop and plan an effective network security infrastructure.
This course aims to cover topics such as ethics, operations security, security architecture and more so that you will receive the skills you need in order to be a certified Cyber Security Manager.
Cyber Security Managers protect organisations from losing data. To be a certified Cyber Security Manager you will need to pass the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Exam. To pass the exam its advised that you complete training that will give you the knowledge and skill set required. Our Cyber Security Manager course will enable you to learn the skills and knowledge that are required and also how to implement them in order for you to become the Cyber Security Manager you know you have the potential to be. As an added bonus, this course can also be completed online, anywhere and at your own pace.
What you will learn:
Access control systems
Systems development security
Disaster recovery planning
Telecommunications and networking security
Why study online?
Technological improvements and advances in educational design mean that studying online is no longer just a low cost alternative to traditional training methods. In many respects our online courses offer training which is superior to the majority of available “classroom” options.
Not only is the effectiveness of the training process enhanced, but also the convenience and overall cost efficiency of studying online makes it a compelling option for training. You can learn at your own pace and can repeat each section as many times as required unlike in a classroom environment.
Studying at your own pace, rewinding and going over the material as often as you need improves your long-term memory retention and makes studying more rewarding.
Least Bad Answer Part 1
Least Bad Answer Part 2
Least Bad Answer Part 3
Least Bad Answer Part 4
Least Bad Answer Part 5
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?
The Certified Information Systems Security Pro (CISSP) training course is ideally suited to anyone who wants to progress to a senior level in their information security career. This course is perfect for mid- to senior-level managers.
There are no prerequisites to study this CISSP training course, however, to be eligible to write the exam you will be required to have a minimum of 5 years full time paid work experience in at least two of the eight CISSP domains.
Cyber Security Manager
IT Security Architect
Security Systems Engineer
Chief Information Security Officer
Director of IT Security
IT Security Analyst
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If I complete this course could I apply for high earning roles as Cyber Security Manager? And how much weight does the certificate hold?
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