The (ISC)² CISSP Domain RefreshAdam Gordon, CISSP-ISSAP, ISSMP, SSCPAmidst the changes in technology and the evolving threat landscape in the field of information security, it is vital for CISSPs to stay relevant. As a result, refreshed technical content has been added to the Official (ISC)²® CISSP® CBK® to reflect the most current topics in the information security industry today. Effective April 15, 2015, the CISSP exam will also be based on the new blueprint. Join the author of the Official (ISC)² Guide to the CISSP CBK, fourth edition, Adam Gordon, in this 60-minute session that will cover:
- The refreshed 8 domains, exam, and education
- Timeline of the changes in exams and education
- Preparation for the new version of the CISSP exam
- Frequently asked questions from candidates
The last 15 minutes of the webinar will be saved for live Q&A with Director of Education and Training, Dr. Rae Hayward, and Senior Manager of Professional Programs, Justin Warniment.Read more >
This webcast will introduce you to (ISC)²’s HealthCare Information Security & Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP) certification. We’ll discuss who the HCISPP is, the qualifications for becoming a HCISPP, and the benefits of the HCISPP certification for both the candidate and the employer.
Becoming an HCISPP validates your experience, skills and commitment to privacy and security as a healthcare practitioner. The examination is tough and requires planning and commitment in order to be adequately prepared. Each HCISPP candidate should prepare a study plan that will lead them toward the best chance for success. Watch this video to gain some study and exam tips before taking the HCISPP exam.
This webcast presents a high level overview of the Information Risk Assessment domain. The HCISPP candidate should understand risk assessment concepts, and be able to identify and participate in risk assessment practices and procedures in their organization.
This webcast presents a high level overview of the Third Party Risk Management domain. The HCISPP candidate should be able to identify third party relationships based on their use of health information, help manage third party relationships, and determine when additional security and privacy assurances are required. Candidates should also be able to support the assessment of third parties, respond to third party security and privacy events, and participate in the mitigation of third party risks.
This webcast presents a high level overview of the Information Governance and Risk Management domain. The HCISPP candidate should understand how organizations manage information risk through security and privacy governance, basic risk management methodology and lifecycles, and the principle risk activities they are likely to support.
This webcast presents a high level overview of the Privacy and Security in Healthcare domain. The HCISPP candidate should have a basic understanding of security and privacy concepts and principles, the relationship of security and privacy, and the types of information requiring protection in the healthcare industry.
This webcast presents a high level overview of the HCISPP Regulatory Environment domain. The HCISPP candidate should be able to identify and understand relevant legal and regulatory requirements related to health information, including requirements for trans-border data exchange, and help ensure their organization’s policies and procedures are in compliance.
This webcast presents a high level overview of the HCISPP Healthcare Industry domain. The HCISPP candidate should be able to understand the diversity of the healthcare industry, the types of technologies and flows of information that require various levels of protection, and how healthcare information is exchanged within the industry.
Forensic Science domain entails applying a broad spectrum of sciences and technologies to investigate and establish facts in relation to criminal or civil law. The evidence collected must satisfy suitability for admission as fact and must be able to persuade based upon proof. Forensic Science is the application of science to law and is ultimately utilized throughout the legal process.
The candidate is expected to have an understanding of the basic principles of the Forensic Sciences. Understand how Forensic Science is used in relation to investigations and law. Have an understanding of how to analyze forensic data and know how to apply Quality Assurance/Control measures throughout the Forensic process.
The CCFP credential indicates expertise in forensics techniques and procedures, standards of practice, and legal and ethical principles to assure accurate, complete and reliable digital evidence admissible to a court of law. Learn more by watching this webcast.