CBT Nuggets - SSCP (Systems Security Certified Practitioner)

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CBT Nuggets - SSCP (Systems Security Certified Practitioner)

CBT Nuggets - SSCP (Systems Security Certified Practitioner)
Systems Security Certified Practitioner | E-Learning | 208 MB

Business executives are realizing that information security must be managed in-house to be fully effective. To bring it in-house, they need qualified professionals designing, implementing, and managing organization-wide security strategy. This creates numerous IT management and other high-end job opportunities.

Career Opportunities

You can take advantage of these opportunities by combining your technical skills with an understanding of business-oriented security strategy. With this combination of knowledge and skills, you can be trusted to oversee both planning and implementation of security procedures.

Our Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) Series will help you gain this understanding, and prepare you for high-paying jobs such as Senior Network Security Engineer, Senior Security Systems Analyst, and Senior Security Administrator. It also maps to the exam objectives for SSCP Certification from (ISC)2 to prepare you for the certification exam.

Knowledge Areas

The topics covered in the SSCP Series come directly from the seven domains in the SSCP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK):

- Access Control
- Administration
- Audit and Monitoring
- Cryptography
- Data Communications
- Malicious Code / Malware
- Risk, Response, and Recovery

Is SSCP for me?

Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) Certification from (ISC)2 bridges the gap between the entry-level Security+ and expert-level CISSP certifications:

- If you're into information security and have Security+ level skills and training, the next natural step is SSCP.

- If you have vendor-specific security experience - like Microsoft's MCSE: Security or Cisco’s CCSP - and would like to branch beyond managing a single deployment into managing a complete security strategy for your organization, SSCP is the skillset you need.

- Even if you don't have much security background, but would like to take on a bigger role in your organization's security strategies, the SSCP Series can give you the knowledge and skills to do that.

Employer Recognition

SSCP certification is a globally recognized credential. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) accredited SSCP under their 17024 standard for information security. This makes it a significant benchmark in information security education and certification. Public and private employers look for employees with these accredited certifications so that they can be confident that their most sensitive systems are managed by qualified professionals.


Having a basic understanding of information security and networking such as what's taught in the Security+ and Network+ series is recommended before viewing this training.

The SSCP Series Contains:

- Introduction to the SSCP Exam
- Access Control (part 1)
- Access Control (part 2)
- Access Control (part 3)
- Administration (part 1)
- Administration (part 2)
- Administration (part 3)
- Auditing and Monitoring (part 1)
- Auditing and Monitoring (part 2)
- Auditing and Monitoring (part 3)
- Cryptography (part 1)
- Cryptography (part 2)
- Cryptography (part 3)
- Data Communications (part 1)
- Data Communications (part 2)
- Data Communications (part 3)
- Malware (part 1)
- Malware (part 2)
- Malware (part 3)
- Risk, Response, and Recovery (part 1)
- Risk, Response, and Recovery (part 2)
- Risk, Response, and Recovery (part 3)

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