CISSP: Security Architecture (replaced by course sp_cssp_a09_it_enus)
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To understand the principles of common computer architectures, distinguish between machine types and memory storage types, and recognize the logistics of common security models; 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: Security Architecture (replaced by course sp_cssp_a09_it_enus)recognize the components of the basic information system architecture and their functionality, and differentiate between hardware, software, and firmware.differentiate between machine types and recognize the functions of network protocols and the resource manager.distinguish between types of storage device and how they are used.determine which system resources can be found at the different rings and how the rings control subject access to objects.differentiate between key security concepts, recognize the role of TCB, reference monitor, and security kernel in protecting the operating system, and recognize the two basic access control types.differentiate between the various criteria and standards used to evaluate security in a networking environment.specify the security level that should be assigned to various objects and determine how to implement the standards.recognize the logistics of various security models used to enforce rules and protection mechanisms.