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ISC2 ISSEP Bootcamp Training Classes for Certification Course

Netwind Learning center CoursesThe five-day  ISSEP bootcamp class for accelerated Information Systems Security Engineering Professional ISSEP Certification  Training Program focuses on the technical knowledge required of government information systems security engineers such as ISSE processes and government regulations.

This  certification is a governed by the International Information Systems Security Certifications Consortium (ISC) and has gained importance as a key component in the selection process for management-level information security positions.

By attending our  Training Class, each candidate will be able to understand the key concepts and requirements within the ISSEP common body of knowledge. Given various scenarios and business models, the candidate will be able to demonstrate his or her knowledge of the standards and regulations pertaining to systems engineering, certification and accreditation, information assurance, and technical management.

ISC2 ISSEP Certification Prerequisite

While there are no prerequisites to attend the Boot Camp class, students planning to take the exam (delivered on day 5) should have a valid CISSP certification

Our 5-day ISC2  ISSEP Bootcamp Class Includes

A. Systems Security Engineering

Upon completion of this module, the candidate will be able to employ Information Assurance Technical Framework (IATF) processes to discover users' information protection needs and design systems that will effectively and efficiently address those needs. In addition, the ISSEP candidate will understand the concepts of defense in depth, risk assessment, and the systems lifecycle

B. Technical Management

Upon completion of this module, the candidate will be able to describe system development models and relate security tasks to these models.

C. Certification and Accreditation

Upon completion of this module, the candidate will be able to identify, understand, and implement the Certification and Accreditation (C+A) processes.

D. United States Government Information Assurance (IA) Regulations

Upon completion of this module, the ISSEP candidate will be able to identify, understand and apply the practices as defined by the United States Government Information Assurance regulations.

ISSEP Daily Training Schedule:

Our daily class schedule incorporates different modes of instruction and learning environments to ensure that students learn, retain, comprehend, and can apply knowledge critical to a professional.*

  • 8:15 am to 9:00 am        Breakfast
  • 9:00 am to 1:00 pm       Instruction: Lecture
  • 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm       Lunch
  • 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm       Instruction/Interactive, Hands-on Labs
  • 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm       Dinner Break, Study Time, One-One Instructor Mentoring
  • 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm       Wrap-Up Sessions
  • 9:00 pm+                      Study Time, One-One Instructor Mentoring

This schedule is subject to change at the instructors discretion.

ISSEP Certification Exam Track

The ISSEP concentration examination is comprised of 100 scored items plus 25 pretest items, for a total of 125 items.

All concentration examinations are developed and owned by (ISC) and designed to work in tandem with the CISSP credential. As such, being a CISSP in good standing is a requirement to sit for one or more of the concentration examinations.

Candidates are allowed 3 hours to complete each concentration examination.

Upon passing a concentration examination, the candidate will be initially certified in that area for a period to expire concurrently with the underlying CISSP credential (regardless of when the test date falls within the CISSP's three year certification period). No Continued Professional Education (CPEs) will be required during this initial partial certification period. Each 3-year full certification period thereafter will run concurrently with the underlying CISSP 3-year cycle and expiration date.

During these subsequent full 3-year certification periods, 20 of the 120 CPEs (already required for the underlying CISSP certificate) must be in the specific area of concentration. For example, if the CISSP took the ISSEP concentration examination and passed, he or she would be required to submit at least 20 of the total 120 hours he is required to submit for the CISSP certificate to be in the specific area of Engineering

For more information regarding this certification or other ISC2 Certification Courses

Our Bootcamp Class Includes

  • Intensive Hands-on Training Utilizing our (Lecture | Lab | Review)™ Delivery
  • Comprehensive Study Materials and Pre-Class Mentoring, Program Courseware, and Self-Testing Software
  • Deluxe Package of  Five (5) Days of Hotel Accommodations, Breakfast and Lunch, Unlimited Beverages, Snacks, and Freshly-brewed Coffee
  • 24-Hour Lab and Instructor Access
  • Examination Voucher & On-site Certification Testing
  • Examination Passing Policy

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****Refund Policy- For full refund, class or boot camp must be canceled  via email or fax at least 22 days prior to start of class due to arrangement of tests via ISC2.



Schedule of Classes

ISSEP Certification Exam Prerequisites:

To earn the ISSEP credential, participants should hold a valid CISSP certification

Registration Options

Call : 1-800-617-5586 (352.404.8866)
All major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover)
Company Purchase Orders may be faxed to 1.877.557.3064

Payment in full is due at least 10 business days before the class begins



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