The NEW 2015 CISSP exam is being implemented on April 15, 2015. Are you ready?
- Thursday, March 5th, 2015 at 1:00 PM EST (18:00:00 UTC)
- David R. Miller
You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!
Are you interested in the CISSP certification?
Do you plan to take the exam soon?
Have you been studying for it?
On January 15, 2015 ISC2, the certifying body for the CISSP certification exam, released a new set of exam objectives for the CISSP certification exam. These changes will be implemented on the CISSP certification exam beginning April 15, 2015.
This new set of exam objectives is a major change from the current version of the CISSP exam.
ISC2 has moved and merged content to form 8 Domains of the Common Body of Knowledge, down from 10 Domains in the current exam. They have also added numerous new topics to the objectives.
If you will be testing after April 14, 2015, you will need to know about the new material on the test.
In this engaging and informational webcast, get up to speed on the new topics on the upcoming 2015 CISSP certification exam. Here is what we will cover;
- The CISSP certification exam, circa 2012; a quick review of the changes
- The new shape of the CISSP certification exam, circa 2015
- New topics that will be test-worthy on April 15, 2015
- Certification requirements to sit for the exam
- The best ways to prepare for the exam
- Questions and Answers
David P. Miller
David Miller is the strategist for endpoint security and malware protection in the IBM's Chief Information Security Office while also advising dozens of IBM's Fortune 500 clients. Previously, David served as IBM's Global Security Operations Manager where he directed the daily operation of IBM's worldwide internal IT security. David is a popular keynote speaker and industry-recognized expert in the areas of endpoint, mobile, and cyber security. This evening, David shares his perspective on the challenges of endpoint security, and how he addresses them today at IBM. Bloomberg News, Wall Street Journal, Network World, Baseline, CIO Insight, SiliconAngle, and Institute of Advanced Security have all recently interviewed David. He was a keynote speaker at the Juniper Networks Mobile Security press launch and is a frequent presenter at Tivoli Pulse and SANS. The 2010, 2011 and 2012 X-Force Trend Reports feature his mobile security insights. A multiple patent holder, David is also the inventor and architect of the IBM Threat Mitigation Service (ITMS), the automated malware response system in use within IBM today.