The Certified Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP) certification from ISC2 is an excellent choice for those who play a key role in information security architecture. Let me provide you with some details:

What is ISSAP?
The ISSAP certification is ideal for chief security architects, analysts, or professionals with similar responsibilities.
As an architect, your role falls between the C-suite and the implementation of your security program.
ISSAP proves your expertise in developing, designing, and analyzing security solutions across an organization.
It also demonstrates your ability to provide risk-based guidance to senior management in pursuit of organizational goals.
ISSAP Exam Domains: The ISSAP exam covers the following six domains:
Architect for Governance, Compliance, and Risk Management
Security Architecture Modeling
Infrastructure Security Architecture
Identity and Access Management (IAM) Architecture
Architect for Application Security
Security Operations Architecture
Exam Requirements:
You need to have at least 2 years of cumulative work experience in one or more of the domains covered by the ISSAP.
Alternatively, you can have 7 years of cumulative work experience if you don’t hold the CISSP certification.
The ISSAP certification is ANAB Accredited and U.S. DoD 8570.1 Approved by the Department of Defense.
Why Choose ISSAP?
Demonstration of Excellence: ISSAP proves your elite level of knowledge and expertise.
New Opportunities: It opens doors to new career paths and exciting work.
Growth and Learning: Dive deep into security architecture and stay at the forefront of information security.
Challenge Yourself: If you’re a lifelong learner, competitive, and want to be seen as a subject matter expert, ISSAP is for you.
Certification: ISSAP
Training Center: ICS
Course Hours: 60
Product: ISC2
Job Role: Security Engineer
Certification Exam: ISC2-ISSAP
Course Level: Intermediate
Course Last Updated: 8 May 2024
Course Price: $2,999.99
Course Price with Credit Card: $3,119.99
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