CISSP-ISSAP Study Tools and Resources
Set Yourself Up for CISSP-ISSAP Exam Success
As an (ISC)² member, you know the value of your CISSP certification. When you decide to build on that with the architecture concentration, you want to feel confident on exam day. The Official Training route is a proven way to set yourself up for success as a cybersecurity architect. In addition to offering training directly, we partner with leading training providers globally so you have convenient access to Official Training developed by (ISC)².Find ISSAP Training
CISSP-ISSAP Online Self-Paced Training
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ISSAP Self-Paced Training Course
ISSAP Self-Paced Training is a learning solution that covers the content aligned with the 6 domains of the ISSAP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) in order to study for the ISSAP examination. This training allows students to learn at their own pace, spend extra time on material where needed and reinforce concepts with flash cards, quizzes, and learning activities.
Official (ISC)² Guide to the ISSAP CBK, Second Edition
Encompassing all of the knowledge elements needed to create secure architectures, the text covers the six domains: Access Control Systems and Methodology, Communications and Network Security, Cryptography, Security Architecture Analysis, BCP/DRP, and Physical Security Considerations.
Official ISSAP Flash Cards
Study for the ISSAP exam anytime, anywhere with Official ISSAP Flash Cards! This unique, interactive way tests your knowledge of industry terms while providing you with immediate feedback about whether or not your answer is correct.
CISSP-ISSAP Online Study Group
Are you studying for the CISSP-ISSAP exam? Virtually join others around the world who are studying as well. Share best practices and study tips with each other in our CISSP-ISSAP Study Group on the (ISC)² Community.