[AfrICANN-discuss] cissp training in lome togo - closing registration

Jean-Robert Hountomey hrobert at iservices.tg
Mon Jan 16 14:35:26 SAST 2012

NB: Please contact me at hrobert (at)groupeiservices.com for special pricing
if you are from an ISOC Chapter, a  CERT Team or  from Government.

You might have heard that (ISC)2 are making some changes to the CBK domain
names for the CISSP and SSCP with the following effective dates:
Jan 1st, 2012: CISSP
Feb 1st, 2012: SSCP

Note: Iservices and ISC2 are organizing the new Certified Information
Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam preparation course
Where: Lome - Togo from Jan 30 to Feb 3.
The course will be in English from 09 AM to 5 PM and Revision in French from
05:30 PM to 07 PM by ISC2 and Certified Instructors.
The goal of the course is to prepare professionals for the challenging CISSP
certification exam, covering the objectives of the exam as defined in the
(ISC)2 CBK. CISSPs are expected to have a broad range of skills across
security policy development and management, as well as technical
understanding of a wide range of security controls across all disciplines
within information security. Our CISSP boot camp will provide you with a
quick and proven method for mastering this huge range of knowledge.
The 2012 CISSP domains include:
- Access Control (updated)
- Telecommunications and Network Security (Updated)
- Information Security and Governance and Risk Management (Updated)
- Software Development Security (old name was Application Development
- Cryptography (Updated)
- Security Architecture and Design (Updated)
- Operations Security
- Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
- Legal Regulations Investigations and Compliance (Updated)
- Physical (environmental) Security

Ask for the candidate information bulletin.
Additional info here: 
- https://www.isc2.org/cissp/

 Iservices Sarl
1 rue Koumore - Immeuble Taba
ISC2 Education Affiliate
EC-council Accredited Training Center
Contact : +228 22 20 89 99
Email: iservices at iservices.tg

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