System Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP)
The SSCP is ideal for those working towards positions such as Network Security Engineers, Security Systems Analysts, or Security Administrators. This is also the perfect course for personnel in many other non-security disciplines that require an understanding of security but do not have information security as a primary part of their job description. This large and growing group includes information systems auditors; application programmers; system, network and database administrators; business unit representatives, and systems analysts.
Obtaining the System Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification qualifies the individual at levels 1 and 2 of the Information Assurance Technical (IAT) category established by DOD Directive 8570.
The coursework focuses on seven Common Body of Knowledge domains designated by (ISC)2:
- Access controls
- Analysis and monitoring
- Networks and telecommunications
- Malicious code
- Risk, response and recovery
- Security operations and administrations
For complete details on the SSCP certification requirements, visit the (ISC)² SSCP - How to Certify page.
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