SSCP (Systems Security Certified Practitioner)

Course Code: SCCP

$2,595.00 | Training Course & Certification Melbourne

Begin your journey to CISSP. This course gives students an opportunity to gain a broad perspective of the business aspect of IT security while solidifying and expanding on their existing security skills in a hands-on environment.

Price

$ 2595

Delivery method

Classroom, Instructor-led or online

Duration

5 days full-time or 10 evenings part-time

Timetable

Varies

What's included?

Course materials, study resources and practice tests

 

Course overview

This course gives students the opportunity to build on their existing security skills and gain a solid understanding of the following domains of the SSCP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK):

  • Access Controls;
  • Security Operations and Administration;
  • Risk identification, Monitoring, and Analysis;
  • Incident Response and Recovery;
  • Cryptography;
  • Network and Communications Security;
  • Systems and Application Security.

Throughout the course, students will learn a range of skills which will equip them to maintain and secure IT systems, servers and networks, and be adequately prepared to sit the SSCP exam. Undertaking this course will allow you to begin your journey to CISSP certification while simultaneously gaining your work experience.

This course is designed for IT professionals who want a globally recognised IT security certification and those seeking to begin their journey to CISSP certification . Individuals working in or wishing to work in roles such as: systems/network administrator, security analyst, network security engineer, systems engineer, security consultant/specialist, systems/network analyst, database administrator and security administrator are encouraged to gain their SSCP certification.

Course overview

 

Course overview

This course gives students the opportunity to build on their existing security skills and gain a solid understanding of the following domains of the SSCP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK):

  • Access Controls;
  • Security Operations and Administration;
  • Risk identification, Monitoring, and Analysis;
  • Incident Response and Recovery;
  • Cryptography;
  • Network and Communications Security;
  • Systems and Application Security.

Throughout the course, students will learn a range of skills which will equip them to maintain and secure IT systems, servers and networks, and be adequately prepared to sit the SSCP exam. Undertaking this course will allow you to begin your journey to CISSP certification while simultaneously gaining your work experience.

This course is designed for IT professionals who want a globally recognised IT security certification and those seeking to begin their journey to CISSP certification . Individuals working in or wishing to work in roles such as: systems/network administrator, security analyst, network security engineer, systems engineer, security consultant/specialist, systems/network analyst, database administrator and security administrator are encouraged to gain their SSCP certification.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites

A minimum of one year full-time work experience working in one of the following seven domains of the SSCP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK):

 

  • Access Controls;
  • Security Operations and Administration;
  • Risk identification, Monitoring, and Analysis;
  • Incident Response and Recovery;
  • Cryptography;
  • Network and Communications Security;
  • Systems and Application Security.

OR

Hold a degree in cybersecurity from an approved college/university or regionally equivalent education program.

OR

Hold a degree in one of the following disciplines:

  • Computer Science;
  • Computer Engineering;
  • Computer Systems Engineering;
  • Management Information Systems (MIS);
  • Information Technology (IT).

 

Outcomes

Outcomes

A SSCP certification can demonstrate an individual’s commitment to and knowledge of cybersecurity by giving them expertise and experience in various tasks including:

  • Implementing authentication mechanisms and access controls;
  • Operating and maintaining monitoring systems internetwork trust architectures and security controls;
  • Implementing and assessing control compliance;
  • Complying with the code of ethics;
  • Performing security assessment activities;
  • Analysing monitoring results;
  • Handling incidents;
  • Supporting forensic investigations, BCP and DRP;
  • Applying concepts of cryptography;
  • Supporting secure protocols;
  • Operating and implementing cryptographic systems and wireless technologies;
  • Protecting telecommunications technologies;
  • Controlling network access;
  • Managing LAN-based security;
  • Operating and configuring network-based security devices and cloud security;
  • Identifying and analysing malicious code and activity.

Exam info

Exam information

Exam code

SSCP

Exam price

USD$250

Number of questions

125

Question type

MCQ

Duration

3 hours