Join Mike Chapple for an in-depth discussion in this video What's next?, part of CISSP Cert Prep: 7 Security Operations (2015).
- [Mike] Thanks for watching the CISSP…Security Operations course.…It's been my pleasure to join you for this journey…through the world of security operations.…I hope that as you've completed this course,…you found it interesting and helpful…in preparing for the CISSP exam.…You should now have a solid foundation…for the security operations domain of the CISSP test.…If you're following my CISSP course series in order,…congratulations, you're making great progress.…You've now finished the seventh domain…and only have one to go.…
Good luck with the rest of your test preparation.…
- Conducting investigations
- Reviewing the basic concepts of computer forensics
- Using network forensic analysis techniques
- Reporting and documenting incidents
- Correlating security event Information
- Understanding continuous security monitoring activities
- Preventing data loss and theft with data loss prevention technology
- Reviewing the security issues surrounding virtualization
- Learning about the major cloud computing models
- Learning about the three tiers of public cloud computing
- Implementing the principle of separation of duties
- Building an incident response program
Skill Level Advanced
IT Security Careers and Certifications: First Stepswith Marc Menninger2h 6m Appropriate for all
CISSP Cert Prep: 2 Asset Security (2015)with Mike Chapple58m 11s Advanced
1. Investigations and Forensics
2. Logging and Monitoring
Data loss prevention6m 34s
3. Resource Security
4. Security Principles
5. Incident Management
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