ISSAP Course Overview

ISSAP Course Overview

The CISSP-ISSAP course is an advanced certification training designed for experienced security practitioners, architects, and managers. It focuses on the specialized aspects of designing security architectures and ensuring the implementation of secure business environments. This training helps learners to deepen their understanding of security concepts and practices within the six domains outlined by (ISC)².

Learners will explore the complexities of governance, compliance, and risk management; grasp security architecture modeling; and delve into infrastructure security, including defense-in-depth strategies and secure communication frameworks. The course also covers Identity and Access Management (IAM) design, application security integration with the SDLC, and the architectural aspects of security operations, including monitoring, BC/DR, and IR management.

By completing CISSP-ISSAP Training, individuals will enhance their ability to develop comprehensive security solutions that address organizational needs while adhering to legal and regulatory requirements. The course provides a pathway for security professionals to elevate their careers and contribute to the robustness of their organizations' security posture.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that learners are well-prepared and can fully benefit from the ISSAP (Information Systems Security Architecture Professional) course, the following minimum required knowledge and prerequisites are recommended:

  • A good understanding of fundamental security concepts, including confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
  • Basic knowledge of information security governance, risk management, and compliance principles.
  • Familiarity with security architecture frameworks and standards.
  • Experience with security architecture modeling and the ability to identify different security architecture approaches.
  • Understanding of infrastructure security requirements and the principles of defense-in-depth.
  • Knowledge of network security concepts, including secure network design and common cryptographic solutions.
  • Awareness of identity and access management (IAM) principles, including the design of identity management and lifecycle.
  • Insight into application security best practices, including the integration of security within the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
  • An appreciation of the importance of security operations, including information security monitoring and incident response management.
  • Candidates are typically expected to have at least two years of cumulative, paid, full-time work experience in one or more of the domains of the CISSP CBK (Common Body of Knowledge). Direct professional experience in information security architecture is highly beneficial.
  • Holding a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) certification is strongly recommended, as the ISSAP is a concentration area within the CISSP.

These prerequisites are designed to ensure that learners have the foundational knowledge needed to grasp the advanced concepts presented in the ISSAP course. They are not meant to be barriers but rather to set the stage for a successful learning experience.

Target Audience for ISSAP

The ISSAP course is designed for professionals aiming to specialize in information security architecture and governance.

  • Information Security Architects
  • Security Systems Engineers
  • Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs)
  • IT Directors/Managers
  • Security Analysts and Managers
  • Network Architects and Engineers
  • Enterprise Architects
  • Governance, Risk, and Compliance Professionals
  • IT Auditors
  • Security Consultants
  • Identity and Access Management Architects
  • Application Security Engineers/Designers
  • Infrastructure and Network Security Specialists
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planners
  • Cybersecurity Professionals with an interest in architectural design
  • Technical Leads overseeing security aspects of IT projects

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this ISSAP?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

The ISSAP course equips participants with advanced skills in security architecture, focusing on compliance, risk management, infrastructure security, IAM, application security, and security operations.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand legal, regulatory, organizational, and industry-specific security requirements to ensure governance and compliance.
  • Acquire the ability to manage risk effectively by identifying and mitigating potential security threats.
  • Learn to identify and apply appropriate security architecture models to enhance the protection of information systems.
  • Develop the skills to create a robust infrastructure security design, incorporating defense-in-depth principles and secure shared services.
  • Gain expertise in designing and integrating technical security controls, infrastructure monitoring, and cryptographic solutions.
  • Design and implement secure network infrastructures, including VPNs and encryption protocols like IPsec and TLS.
  • Evaluate and integrate physical and environmental security measures to align with organizational needs.
  • Design comprehensive IAM architectures, managing identity and access throughout the lifecycle of users and systems.
  • Integrate application security best practices within the SDLC, utilizing standards such as OWASP for proactive security controls.
  • Design and validate security operations architectures, including SIEM, BC/DRP, and incident response management, to ensure resilience and rapid recovery.