CISSP: Legal, Regulations (replaced by course sp_cssp_a06_it_enus)
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To identify the types and characteristics of computer crime, distinguish between the laws relating to information technology, and recognize the investigative and ethical considerations involved in dealing with computer crime; to prepare candidates for one of the ten knowledge domains assessed in (ISC)2’s CISSP certification exam
Mid-level and senior-level managers who are working toward or have already attained positions as CISOs, CSOs or Senior Security Engineers
A minimum of four years of professional experience in the information security field or three years plus a college degree
CISSP: Legal, Regulations (replaced by course sp_cssp_a06_it_enus) distinguish between the major categories of computer crime and recognize examples of them. recognize the characteristics of various computer-related crimes and identify the type of intellectual property law that applies in a given scenario. determine the type of intellectual property that should be put in place in a given scenario. recognize the characteristics of various law systems and categories of law, and identify laws related to information security and privacy. distinguish between the laws that have been created to deal with different types of computer crime. recognize the definition of the principles of due care and due diligence, and identify the phases and types of evidence involved in computer crime. determine the appropriate process for controlling evidence when investigating a computer-related crime in a given scenario. recognize the investigative and ethical considerations involved in dealing with computer crime.