About the course
The (ISC)2 Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification covers seven domains which they describe as 'the compendium of topics pertaining to an Information Systems Security Practitioner', the CBK (Common Body of Knowledge). The seven domains maps directly to the seven modules of this course listed below, it is referred to as a taxonomy or collection of past, present and future topics around Information Security. The SSCP is aimed at security go-to-people, on the front line of a business dealing with technologies employed to protect Information. If you are responsible for implementing and maintaining countermeasures such as Firewalls, Intrusion Detection or Prevention, Anti-Virus solutions or Public Key Infrastructures and you want a certification to attest to your skills and professionalism within Information Security, this is it. Prerequisites If you wish to sit the SSCP exam you must have one year working in the Information Security arena, covering at least one of the domains from the SSCP CBK. Proof of this must be supplied to (ISC)2. Outline Module 1. Access Controls Module 2. Security Operations and Administration Module 3. Risk Identification, Monitoring and Analysis Module 4. Incident Response and Recovery Module 5. Cryptography Module 6. Network and Communications Security Module 7. Systems and Application Security Examinations This QA course is not an ‘exam cram’ course, but will provide a guide through the (ISC)2 SSCP domains. The SSCP exam is not a part of the course, delegates will be required to book their own exam through (ISC)2 and should reference www.isc2.org for a schedule.