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    In this course, students will expand upon their knowledge by addressing the essential elements of the 8 domains that comprise a Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)® for information systems security professionals.

    COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

    Accredited By

    Course Description

    CISSP is the most renowned certification in the information security domain. Our CISSP certification training program aims to equip participants with in-demand technical and administrative competence to design, architect, and manage an organization’s security posture by applying internationally accepted information security standards. The training offers an in-depth understanding of eight domains that comprise CISSP common body knowledge (CBK) and prepares you for the CISSP exam held by the (ISC)2.

    (ISC)² is a globally recognized, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the information security field. The CISSP was the first credential in information security to meet the stringent requirements of ISO/IEC Standard 17024. It is looked upon as an objective measure of excellence and a highly reputed standard of achievement.

    • Knowledge of SOC processes, procedures of these processes, technologies, and workflows.
    • basic understanding and detailed knowledge of security threats, attacks, vulnerabilities, attacker’s behaviours, cyber kill chain, etc.

    Through this SOC Analyst Certification Training our expert trainers offer in-depth knowledge with enhanced level capabilities for dynamiccontribution to a SOC team.CSA Training Course has been especially designed to help you learn :

    • The basics of SOC operations,
    • log management and correlation,
    • SIEM deployment,
    • advanced incident detection, and incident response

    This SOC Analyst course will also help you to improve your knowledge regarding performance of enhanced threat detection using the predictive capabilities of Threat Intelligence.

    Target Audience

    Pre-Requisite

    To apply for the CISSP course certification, you need to:

    Exam Information

    Note:

    • CISSP® is a registered mark of The International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium ((ISC)2).
    • We are not an authorized training partner of (ISC)2.

    Course Objectives

    • After completion of the CISSP training course, participants will be able to:

      • Understand and implement fundamental concepts related to IT security
      • Line up organizational goals with the security functions and implementations
      • Protect valuable assets of the organization
      • Understand the concepts, principles, structure, and standards to implement, design, monitor, and secure operating systems, networks, applications, and those control necessary for maintaining CIA triad
      • Understand the significance of cryptography in providing security services in the modern world
      • Understand physical security elements and implement appropriate physical security protection measures
      • Understand the concept of communication and network security
      • Apply physical and logical access controls
      • Interpret various access controls models necessary for business security
      • Design test or audit strategies that facilitate the business environment
      • Optimize operational capacity of an organization by deploying appropriate security countermeasure
      • Identify potential risks or assess specific threats, vulnerabilities, and controls
      • comprehend and protect System Lifecycle (SLC) and Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)

    CISSP Course Content

    The CISSP Training consists of the following eight domains:
    The weight given to each of the domains have changed. As per new version, they are represented as follows.

    FAQ

    ‘CISSP’ or the ‘Certified Information Systems Security Professional’ is considered to be the gold standard of all Information security certifications. The CISSP certification shows that “you have the knowledge and experience to design, develop and manage the overall security posture of an organization” (ISC)2 The exam tests you on eight domains which are ‘Security and Risk Management’, ‘Asset Security’, ‘Security Architecture and Engineering’, ‘Communications and Network Security’, ‘Identity and Access Management’, ‘Security Assessment and Testing’, ‘Security Operations’, ‘Software Development Security’.
     
    If you have 5 years of full-time security experience in two of the eight domains of the (ISC)2 CISSP CBK(Common body of knowledge) you can definitely take the exam.
     

    Yes, if you are a ‘Security Analyst’ you will need the CISSP credential to boost your career. Here are some other job titles that could benefit from having the CISSP:

    • Chief Information Officer
    • Chief Information Security Officer
    • Director of Security
    • IT Director/Manager
    • Network Architect
    • Security Analyst
    • Security Architect
    • Security Auditor
    • Security Consultant
    • Security Manager
    • Security Systems Engineer
    All is not lost when you have only 2 years of full time experience. You can take the exam and become an associate of (ISC)2 and can then work towards getting the required amount of experience.
     

          The CISSP exam is conducted by ‘ International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium’ or (ISC)2

     
    • The exam has about 100-150 questions
    • The candidate must score 700 out of a possible 1000 points to pass the exam
    • The duration of the exam is about 3 hrs.
    • All English versions of the CISSP exam use CAT or ‘Computerized adaptive testing’
    • The candidate can check the pricing of the exam from this link

    Once you are CISSP certified, you become a member of (ISC)2. The candidate is then required to recertify once every three years to maintain the certification. Recertification is done by gaining CPEs and paying an AMF of 125$.

    CPEs are  ‘Continuing Professional Education’  and some of the ways in which they can be accrued are by joining webinars, authoring an Information security article that is published in a journal or magazine, reading a book relating to CISSP and writing a review, attending (ISC) chapter meetings, volunteering and more.

    The thehackingcoach domain is growing by leaps and bounds every day.  The CISSP credential will help you in the following ways:

    • You will be respected more in the thehackingcoach community
    • CISSP certification will open the doors to new employment opportunities
    • In spite of so many certifications being around, the CISSP certification is still “the” one certification that is demanded by most employers
    • The CISSP will also pave the way for higher salaries
    • Since the CISSP is a vendor neutral certification, you will be able to apply the skills to different technologies and methodologies.
    • You will gain a deeper knowledge of the different domains in cyber security
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    Software development is no longer just coding. It also involves creating secure code to seal vulnerabilities. The CSSLP certification from (ISC)2 is ideal for software professionals and security professionals to apply best practices to every phase of the ‘Software Development Lifecycle’. The CSSLP certification shows that you have the advanced skills needed to design, develop and implement security practices within each phase of the SDLC.

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    Course Description

    The CSSLP course from InfoSec Train is spread out and covers all eight domains of the CSSLP certification. With 40 hrs of expert training by certified and experienced trainers and access to recorded sessions, the CSSLP training from InfoSec Train easily stands out in the industry.

    The CSSLP training from InfoSec Train is the best in the industry. Here are some compelling reasons to enroll for Infosec Train’s CSSLP Training Course:

    • Chapters are structured in an easy and understandable way
    • All training is provided with engaging content and recordings are provided thereafter
    • Trainers are the best in the industry with the CSSLP certification along with other Information security certifications.
    • Trainers have several years of experience in the Information security industry as well as in the training industry
    • Excellent guidance for clearing the certification exam

    Target Audience

    Pre-Requisite

    A candidate who is planning to take the CSSLP exam should have 4 or more years of SDLC (Software Development Lifecycle Experience) experience in one or more of the eight domains of the CSSLP CBK.  They can also attempt the exam if they have 3 years of SDLC experience in one or more domains of the CSSLP CBK along with a 4-year Baccalaureate degree in Computer Science or related fields.

    Exam Information

    Course Objectives

    • After completion of the course, you will feel more confident to appear for the CSSLP exam.

      Course Benefits

      • Career advancement
        The CSSLP course and certification ensure that you advance in your career with the right skills and technical expertise.
      • Versatile skills
        You will be equipped with versatile skills in your InfoSec artillery after doing the CSSLP course from InfoSec Train and getting the certification.
      • Better salaries
        Upon completion of the course and earning the certification, you will stand to get a better salary.  On average, (ISC)2 members report earning 35% more than non-members (THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE CSSLP )
      • Respect from peers
        Getting respect from peers in the InfoSec industry is one of the best perks of doing the CSSLP course from InfoSec Train and getting the certification.

    Course Content

    Domain 1: Secure Software Concepts

    • Core Concepts
    • Security Design Principles

    Domain 2: Secure Software Requirements

    • Define Software Security Requirements
    • Identity and Analyze Compliance Requirements
    • Identify and Analyze Data Classification Requirements
    • Identify and Analyze Privacy Requirements
    • Develop Misuse and Abuse Cases
    • Develop Security Requirement Traceability Matrix (STRM)
    • Ensure Security Requirements Flow Down to Suppliers/Providers

    Domain 3: Secure Software Architecture and Design

    • Define the Security Architecture
    • Performing Secure Interface Design
    • Performing Architectural Risk Assessment
    • Model (Non-Functional) Security Properties and Constraints
    • Model and Classify Data
    • Evaluate and Select Reusable Secure Design
    • Perform Security Architecture and Design Review
    • Define Secure Operational Architecture (e.g., deployment topology, operational interfaces)
    • Use Secure Architecture and Design Principles, Patterns, and Tools

    Domain 4: Secure Software Implementation

    • Adhere to Relevant Secure Coding Practices (e.g., standards, guidelines and regulations)
    • Analyze Code for Security Risks
    • Implement Security Controls (e.g., watchdogs, File Integrity Monitoring (FIM), anti-malware)
    • Address Security Risks (e.g. remediation, mitigation, transfer, accept)
    • Securely Reuse Third-Party Code or Libraries (e.g., Software Composition Analysis (SCA))
    • Securely Integrate Components
    • Apply Security During the Build Process

    Domain 5: Secure Software Testing

    • Develop Security Test Cases
    • Develop Security Testing Strategy and Plan
    • Verify and Validate Documentation (e.g., installation and setup instructions, error messages, user guides, release notes)
    • Identify Undocumented Functionality
    • Analyze Security Implications of Test Results (e.g., impact on product management, prioritization, break build criteria)
    • Classify and Track Security Errors
    • Secure Test Data
    • Perform Verification and Validation Testing

    Domain 6: Secure Lifecycle Management

    • Secure Configuration and Version Control (e.g., hardware, software, documentation, interfaces, patching)
    • Define Strategy and Roadmap
    • Manage Security Within a Software Development Methodology
    • Identify Security Standards and Frameworks
    • Define and Develop Security Documentation
    • Develop Security Metrics (e.g., defects per line of code, criticality level, average remediation time, complexity
    • Decommission Software
    • Report Security Status (e.g., reports, dashboards, feedback loops)
    • Incorporate Integrated Risk Management (IRM)
    • Promote Security Culture in Software Development
    • Implement Continuous Improvement (e.g., retrospective, lessons learned)

    Domain 7: Software Deployment, Operations and Maintenance

    • Perform Operational Risk Analysis
    • Release Software Securely
    • Securely Store and Manage Security Data
    • Ensure Secure Installation
    • Perform Post-Deployment Security Testing
    • Obtain Security Approval to Operate (e.g., risk acceptance, sign-off at appropriate level)
    • Perform Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM)
    • Support Incident Response
    • Perform Patch Management (e.g. secure release, testing)
    • Perform Vulnerability Management (e.g., scanning, tracking, triaging)
    • Runtime Protection (e.g., Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP), Web Application Firewall (WAF), Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR))
    • Support Continuity of Operations
    • Integrate Service Level Objectives (SLO) and Service Level Agreements (SLA) (e.g., maintenance, performance, availability, qualified personnel)

    Domain 8: Supply Chain

    • Implement Software Supply Chain Risk Management
    • Analyze Security of Third-Party Software
    • Verify Pedigree and Provenance
    • Ensure Supplier Security Requirements in the Acquisition Process
    • Support contractual requirements (e.g., Intellectual Property (IP) ownership, code escrow, liability, warranty, End-User License Agreement (EULA), Service Level Agreements (SLA))

    FAQ

    If you don’t have the required experience to become a CSSLP, you may become an Associate of (ISC)² by successfully passing the CSSLP examination. You will then have five years to earn the four years required experience. (Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional – Certification Exam Outline)
    As of today, the exam is only available in English
     
    All candidates who pass the CSSLP exam must complete the endorsement process within a period of nine months.
     
    You need to recertify every 3 years.
     

    Recertification is done by earning CPE(Continuing Professional Education) credits and paying the AMF or the ‘Annual Maintenance Fee’ to support the development of (ISC)2

    Apply to enroll
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    SSCP or the ‘Systems Security Certified Practitioner from (ISC)2 shows that you have the advanced technical skills and knowledge to implement, monitor, and administer IT infrastructure using best practices, policies, and procedures laid out by (ISC)2

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    Course Description

    The SSCP certification is the ideal credential for those with proven technical skills and practical security knowledge in hands-on operational IT roles. It provides industry-leading confirmation of a practitioner’s ability to implement, monitor, and administer IT infrastructure by information security policies and procedures that ensure data confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

    The SSCP indicates a practitioner’s technical ability to tackle the operational demands and responsibilities of security practitioners, including authentication, security testing, intrusion detection/prevention, incident response and recovery, attacks and countermeasures, cryptography, malicious code countermeasures, and more.

    SSCP complies with the stringent requirements of ANSI/ISO/IEC Standard 17024.

    Here are some compelling reasons as to why you should choose the ‘SSCP Online Certification Training Course’ from InfoSec Train:

    • Experienced and certified instructors
    • Good course content
    • Seamlessly delivery of course content
    • Understanding instructors
    • Small class size to focus on each student’s strengths and weaknesses
    • We are motivated to help you pass the exam!

    Target Audience

    Pre-Requisite

    To be SSCP certified, a candidate should pass the exam and have a minimum of 1 year of cumulative paid full-time work experience in one or more of the seven domains of the SSCP CBK.

    Exam Information

    Note:

    • SSCP® is a registered mark of The International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium ((ISC)2).
    • We are not authorised training partner of (ISC)2.
    •  

    Course Objectives

      • Access Controls
      • Security Operations and Administration
      • Security Operations and Administration
      • Risk Identification, Monitoring, and Analysis
      • Incident Response and Recovery
      • Cryptography
      • Network and Communications Security
      • Systems and Application Security

    SSCP Course Content

    The seven domains in SSCP include: 

    • Domain 1. Access Controls
    • Domain 2. Security Operations and Administration
    • Domain 3. Risk Identification, Monitoring, and Analysis
    •  Domain 4. Incident Response and Recovery
    •  Domain 5. Cryptography
    • Domain 6. Network and Communications Security
    •  Domain 7. Systems and Application Security
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    In this course, students will expand upon their knowledge by addressing the essential elements of the 8 domains that comprise a Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)® for information systems security professionals.

    COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

    Accredited By

    Course Description

    CISSP is the most renowned certification in the information security domain. Our CISSP certification training program aims to equip participants with in-demand technical and administrative competence to design, architect, and manage an organization’s security posture by applying internationally accepted information security standards. The training offers an in-depth understanding of eight domains that comprise CISSP common body knowledge (CBK) and prepares you for the CISSP exam held by the (ISC)2.

    (ISC)² is a globally recognized, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the information security field. The CISSP was the first credential in information security to meet the stringent requirements of ISO/IEC Standard 17024. It is looked upon as an objective measure of excellence and a highly reputed standard of achievement.

    • Knowledge of SOC processes, procedures of these processes, technologies, and workflows.
    • basic understanding and detailed knowledge of security threats, attacks, vulnerabilities, attacker’s behaviours, cyber kill chain, etc.

    Through this SOC Analyst Certification Training our expert trainers offer in-depth knowledge with enhanced level capabilities for dynamiccontribution to a SOC team.CSA Training Course has been especially designed to help you learn :

    • The basics of SOC operations,
    • log management and correlation,
    • SIEM deployment,
    • advanced incident detection, and incident response

    This SOC Analyst course will also help you to improve your knowledge regarding performance of enhanced threat detection using the predictive capabilities of Threat Intelligence.

    Target Audience

    Pre-Requisite

    To apply for the CISSP course certification, you need to:

    Exam Information

    Note:

    • CISSP® is a registered mark of The International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium ((ISC)2).
    • We are not an authorized training partner of (ISC)2.

    Course Objectives

    • After completion of the CISSP training course, participants will be able to:

      • Understand and implement fundamental concepts related to IT security
      • Line up organizational goals with the security functions and implementations
      • Protect valuable assets of the organization
      • Understand the concepts, principles, structure, and standards to implement, design, monitor, and secure operating systems, networks, applications, and those control necessary for maintaining CIA triad
      • Understand the significance of cryptography in providing security services in the modern world
      • Understand physical security elements and implement appropriate physical security protection measures
      • Understand the concept of communication and network security
      • Apply physical and logical access controls
      • Interpret various access controls models necessary for business security
      • Design test or audit strategies that facilitate the business environment
      • Optimize operational capacity of an organization by deploying appropriate security countermeasure
      • Identify potential risks or assess specific threats, vulnerabilities, and controls
      • comprehend and protect System Lifecycle (SLC) and Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)

    CISSP Course Content

    The CISSP Training consists of the following eight domains:
    The weight given to each of the domains have changed. As per new version, they are represented as follows.

    FAQ

    ‘CISSP’ or the ‘Certified Information Systems Security Professional’ is considered to be the gold standard of all Information security certifications. The CISSP certification shows that “you have the knowledge and experience to design, develop and manage the overall security posture of an organization” (ISC)2 The exam tests you on eight domains which are ‘Security and Risk Management’, ‘Asset Security’, ‘Security Architecture and Engineering’, ‘Communications and Network Security’, ‘Identity and Access Management’, ‘Security Assessment and Testing’, ‘Security Operations’, ‘Software Development Security’.
     
    If you have 5 years of full-time security experience in two of the eight domains of the (ISC)2 CISSP CBK(Common body of knowledge) you can definitely take the exam.
     

    Yes, if you are a ‘Security Analyst’ you will need the CISSP credential to boost your career. Here are some other job titles that could benefit from having the CISSP:

    • Chief Information Officer
    • Chief Information Security Officer
    • Director of Security
    • IT Director/Manager
    • Network Architect
    • Security Analyst
    • Security Architect
    • Security Auditor
    • Security Consultant
    • Security Manager
    • Security Systems Engineer
    All is not lost when you have only 2 years of full time experience. You can take the exam and become an associate of (ISC)2 and can then work towards getting the required amount of experience.
     

          The CISSP exam is conducted by ‘ International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium’ or (ISC)2

     
    • The exam has about 100-150 questions
    • The candidate must score 700 out of a possible 1000 points to pass the exam
    • The duration of the exam is about 3 hrs.
    • All English versions of the CISSP exam use CAT or ‘Computerized adaptive testing’
    • The candidate can check the pricing of the exam from this link

    Once you are CISSP certified, you become a member of (ISC)2. The candidate is then required to recertify once every three years to maintain the certification. Recertification is done by gaining CPEs and paying an AMF of 125$.

    CPEs are  ‘Continuing Professional Education’  and some of the ways in which they can be accrued are by joining webinars, authoring an Information security article that is published in a journal or magazine, reading a book relating to CISSP and writing a review, attending (ISC) chapter meetings, volunteering and more.

    The thehackingcoach domain is growing by leaps and bounds every day.  The CISSP credential will help you in the following ways:

    • You will be respected more in the thehackingcoach community
    • CISSP certification will open the doors to new employment opportunities
    • In spite of so many certifications being around, the CISSP certification is still “the” one certification that is demanded by most employers
    • The CISSP will also pave the way for higher salaries
    • Since the CISSP is a vendor neutral certification, you will be able to apply the skills to different technologies and methodologies.
    • You will gain a deeper knowledge of the different domains in cyber security
    Apply to enroll
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    The Certified Penetration Testing Professional or CPENT is a high-level designation hosted by EC-Council for elite penetration testers. The CPENT training program is developed by industry experts to sharpen the advanced penetration skills of candidates. The training course will help you understand how to perform penetration testing on modern-day enterprise networks, inclusive of IoT systems and OT systems. You will learn to write your own exploits, build your own tools, double pivoting, conduct binary exploitations, customize scripts, and much more. After the successful completion of the training, you will be best-equipped to earn the CPENT designation.

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    Course Description

    EC-Council’s Certified Penetration Tester (CPENT) program prepares you on how to perform a significant penetration test in an enterprise’s Filtered network environment. In this course, the student will learn how to perform an attack, exploit, evade, and defend. The course requires students to Pentest IOT systems, OT systems, buildability your ability to write your own exploit, build your own tools, conduct advanced binaries exploitations, double pivot to access hidden networks & various technologies.

    CPENT Certification Course attempts to narrow the skill gaps and map the job role of a penetration tester and security analyst. This course can make you one of the most advanced penetration testers in the world. This course helps to overcome the advanced obstacles that real-world practitioners face while conducting penetration tests.

    Target Audience

    Pre-Requisite

    The candidate must be CND & CEHv11/CEHv10 certified & should have a good understanding of Pen testing.

    Exam Information

    Course Objectives

    • Advanced Windows Attacks: The challenge aims to test the knowledge of PowerShell of the candidate, where the latter is required to use PowerShell bypass techniques along with other methods to gain access to a windows machine that has defenses in place.
    • Attacking IoT Systems: CPENT is the first certification to introduce hacking IoT devices that starts with searching the device, gaining access, identifying firmware, extraction, and performing reverse engineering.
    • Advanced Binaries Exploitation: Penetration testers are required to gain access to the system and look for flawed binaries, use reverse engineering, and write exploits for privilege escalation.
    • Bypassing a Filtered Network: In a segmented architecture, the challenger has to identify the filtering of the architecture, then leverage this to gain access to the web applications by compromising it, and then extract the required data
    • Pentesting Operational Technology (OT): The challenge is to again a first of its kind in a penetration testing certification. The tester has to gain access to a dedicated OT network and perform modifications in the existing data by penetrating from the IT network side.
    • Access Hidden Networks with Pivoting: Tester has to penetrate into the direct network by identifying the filtering rules and then attempt pivots, through a filter, into the hidden network using single pivoting methods.
    • Double Pivoting: Quoting EC-Council, “CPENT is the first certification in the world that requires you to access hidden networks using double pivoting.” This challenge tests the skills of the tester as the pivot has to be set up manually.
    • Attack Automation with Scripts: The challenge requires the tester to use advanced penetration techniques and scripting using languages like Perl, Python, Ruby, PowerShell, BASH, and use techniques like Metasploit and Fuzzing techniques.
    • Weaponize Your Exploits: This allows the testers to use their coding skills and carry their own tools to complete the challenge.
    •  

    Content

    CPENT Certification Training Course consists of 14 modules and tests the abilities of a penetration tester in almost all the vectors of cybersecurity, some of which have been introduced for the first time in any penetration certification

    • Module 01: Introduction to Penetration Testing
    • Module 02: Penetration Testing Scoping and Engagement
    • Module 03: Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
    • Module 04: Social Engineering Penetration Testing
    • Module 05: Network Penetration Testing – External
    • Module 06: Network Penetration Testing– Internal
    • Module 07: Network Penetration Testing – Perimeter Devices
    • Module 08: Web Application Penetration Testing
    • Module 09: Wireless Penetration Testing
    • Module 10: IoT Penetration Testing
    • Module 11: OT/SCADA Penetration Testing
    • Module 12: Cloud Penetration Testing
    • Module 13: Binary Analysis and Exploitation
    • Module 14: Report Writing and Post Testing Actions

    Benefits

    • This course is 100% mapped with the NICE framework.
    • This course is a methodology-based penetration testing program.
    • This Course Combines both manual and automated penetration testing methods.
    • This Course is designed with the most common penetration testing practices offered by the best service providers.
    • Helps to get the job role of Penetration Tester and Security Analyst.
    • It helps to learn strong reporting writing.
    • Students learn real-world experience through an Advanced Penetration Testing Range.
    Apply to enroll