Attackers never rest, and along with all the traditional threats targeting internal networks and systems, an entirely new variety specifically targeting the cloud has emerged.
As more organisations adopt cloud-based systems, new complexities and challenges surface and the risks increase. Organisations need cloud security professionals with the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to be able to audit, assess and secure cloud infrastructures.
In response to this, (ISC)² and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) have developed the Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) certification. This credential reflects in-depth knowledge derived from hands-on information security and cloud computing experience. It validates practical know-how for professionals whose responsibilities involve cloud security architecture, design, operations and service orchestration.
In this 5-day course you will gain a thorough understanding of the information security risks and mitigation strategies critical to data security in the cloud. The course covers the six domains of the Official (ISC)² CCSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK®) and prepares you to take the CCSP exam to become a Certified Cloud Security Professional.
Our trainers make the difference
When you attend a training course there are actually two costs – the course fee, and the value of your time. You can see the fee. But whether you get value for your time and money depends totally on the quality of the course.
Lots of things go into making a great course, but the single most important is always the trainer: their knowledge of the subject, their real world experience that they can draw upon in the class, their ability to answer questions, their communication skills. This is what makes the difference.
ALC works only with the best. When it comes to CCSP, ALC has two exceptional world-class trainers:
Paul “Cloud” Colmer is a forward thinking digital business leader, with a passion for the practical application of disruptive technologies. As Lead Digital Architect at ALC Group he has oversight and responsibility for ALC’s Digital Architecture and Cloud instruction and advisory services complemented by an array of recent cloud certifications from AWS, VMware, Microsoft and ISC2.Read full bio >
Chris is a widely experienced and versatile network engineering and security professional, with a multi-discipline background. His broad and expansive career covers more than 30 years in IT, including banking and finance, accounting and auditing, EDP, software development, firewalls, anti-virus, backup and storage, cloud architecture and infrastructure, service delivery and business management..Read full bio >
The course is designed for :
Face-to-face classroom training
Certified Cloud Security Professional Course (5 days)
NOTE: The CCSP exam is NOT included in the course fees. The CCSP exam is administered by Pearson Vue on behalf of (ISC)2. If you wish to sit the exam you must register direct with Pearson Vue. See below.
Candidates must have at least five years of cumulative, paid full-time working experience in Information Technology. Three of these must be in information security, and one of which must be in one of the six CCSP domains.
Candidates who are already (ISC)2 members in good standing and who possess a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certificate may substitute all of the CCSP experience requirements on this basis
CCSP candidates who have passed the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) may count this certification towards one year of experience in one of the six domains.
A list of PearsonVue Test Centres is shown below. For the most up-to-date listing please go to the PearsonVue ISC2 web page then click on Find a Test Centre in the upper right of the page.
If you experience any issues please contact ALC.