Delivered online, the CISSP Examination Preparation Program is conducted in ten, four-hour modules. Each module addresses one of the ten domains of the common bodies of knowledge associated with the official (ISC)² CISSP certification, preparing participants to successfully pass the exam. By passing the CISSP exam and receiving a CISSP certification, IA professionals achieve recognition of their competence and accomplishments. DoD employees and contractors qualify at level three in both the Information Assurance Management (IAM) and Information Assurance Technical (IAT) categories, as described in DoD 8570.1.
Furthermore, program attendees take practice micro examinations on each of the domains as they move through the program. Attendees who successfully complete our CISSP Examination Preparation Program, but have difficulty with the CISSP examination, can do a one-time retake of the program at no additional cost.
All instructors are CISSP qualified and are IT and IA professionals from government or industry, most of which are also professors in the graduate information assurance degree program.
Capitol College does not pay for the CISSP examination or the textbook, and arrangements to take the examination must be made directly with (ISC)². The required textbook is the Official (ISC)² Guide to the CISSP CBK 3rd edition, edited by Hal Tipton and Steven Hernandez. »Buy at Amazon
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Director, Critical Infrastructures and Cyber Protection Center