Certified Information Systems Security Professional
Do you see security as a multi-faceted challenge that requires humans and technology to work together? Are you a learner who makes time to stay on top of latest cyber security trends? Are you the kind of person who can support the security needs of many different departments and teams? Then the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification might be just right for you.
This certification is not vendor specific and covers a wide range of security needs. Someone holding a CISSP certification might be securing a software development server one moment and granting new employees facility access the next. They'll ensure sensitive information travelling over telecommunications or wireless networks flows safely. They might also be engaged in identity protection, testing security protocols and implementing the latest security measures.
CISSP Course includes coverage of the eight CISSP domains of study, drawn from various information security topics within the (ISC)² CBK. Whether you are drawn to the architecture requirements or security skills of this industry, you'll find many ways to challenge yourself.
If you are interested in the security sector, you can also consider obtaining the Security+ certification.