St. Louis, MO, January 11, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Alpine Security's Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Course is now available for enrollment. For a limited time, a $1000 discount is being offered for courses starting in February.
CISSP's earn much more than non-certified peers. Obtaining a CISSP opens doors, greatly increases earning potential, and adds credibility to skills. CISSPs are in high demand in the cyber security market.
Alpine Security's 5-day instructor-led CISSP course helps attendees understand the eight Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) domains in enough detail to pass the exam. The course focus is to help attendees pass the exam, not to make experts, for instance, on TOGAF or Object-Oriented Programming. Alpine CISSP-certified instructors do not waste time on unimportant topics, irrelevant to the exam.
The CISSP Certification is Department of Defense (DoD) 8570 approved for the following Information Assurance (IA) position categories:
Information Assurance Technical (IAT) Level III
Information Assurance Management (IAM) Level III
DoD 8570 is also known as the IA Workforce Improvement Program. Details on DoD 8570 and other useful information can be found on the DISA IASE site.
The dates for the CISSP Course are:
February 1-5 (M-F), 8am-5pm, 2016
February 29 - March 4 (M-F), 8am-5pm, 2016
March 28 - April 1 (M-F), 8am-5pm, 2016
April 25-29 (M-F), 8am-5pm, 2016
May 23-27 (M-F), 8am-5pm, 2016
June 20-24 (M-F), 8am-5pm, 2016
All courses will be held in the O'Fallon, Illinois area (Greater St. Louis area)
To register or learn more about the CISSP Certification Training, visit the course page on Alpine Security's website:
About Alpine Security
Alpine Security is a cyber security company that understands security is never a turnkey solution. Alpine Security takes a holistic approach, evaluating clients’ needs to develop a comprehensive solution with quantifiable results. Alpine Security provides services covering every facet of computer and network security, ranging from full assessments to incident response to specialized cyber security training, such as malware analysis training.