ISC(2)

Our (ISC)2 training focuses on using a combination of lecture based and hands-on learning to provide students with the skills they need to pass their certification exams and put their skills to use within their careers. (ISC)2certification enrolls the credential holder into an elite group of information security professionals.  The globally recognized (ISC)2 organization provides unmatched networking opportunities, educational materials and many more resources to effectively face today’s issues of information security. 

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  • CAP - Certified Authorization Professional

    An information security certification aligning with the Risk Management Framework (RMF). The CAP recognizes your knowledge, skills and abilities to authorize and maintain information systems within the RMF. It proves you know how to formalize processes to assess risk and establish security documentation.

  • CCFP - Certified Cyber Forensics Professional

    This high-intensity training uses the latest tools and techniques in a live, hands-on laboratory environment to conduct a simulated cyber investigation. Outside of the laboratory exercises, students address legal and ethical considerations, the foundations of digital forensic science within the context of the forensic sciences, and emerging and hybrid technologies as they impact the digital forensic investigator.

  • CCSP - Certified Cloud Security Professional

    The premier cloud security certification. Co-developed with Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). One of the hottest certifications on the market today. The CCSP recognizes IT and information security leaders who have the knowledge and competency to apply best practices to cloud security architecture, design, operations and service orchestration. It shows you’re on the forefront of cloud security.

  • CISSP - Certified Information Systems Security Professional

    The CISSP recognizes information security leaders who understand cybersecurity strategy, as well as hands-on implementation. It shows you have the knowledge and experience to design, develop and manage the overall security posture of an organization.

  • CISSP - ISSAP

    The CISSP Concentrations recognize your evolving expertise in information security architecture, engineering or management. As a CISSP-ISSAP, you prove your expertise developing, designing and analyzing security solutions. You also excel at giving risk-based guidance to senior management in order to meet organizational goals.

  • CISSP - ISSEP

    The CISSP Concentrations recognize your evolving expertise in information security architecture, engineering or management. As a CISSP-ISSEP, you show your keen ability to practically apply systems engineering principles and processes to develop secure systems.

  • CISSP - ISSMP

    The CISSP Concentrations recognize your evolving expertise in information security architecture, engineering or management. As a CISSP-ISSMP, you excel at establishing, presenting and governing information security programs. You also demonstrate deep management and leadership skills.

  • CSSLP - Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional

    The CSSLP recognizes your expertise and ability to incorporate security practices — authentication, authorization and auditing — into each phase of the SDLC.

  • SSCP - Systems Security Certified Practioner

    The SSCP recognizes your hands-on, technical abilities and practical experience. It shows you have the skills to implement, monitor and administer IT infrastructure using information security policies and procedures — ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data.