Learn about the objectives of the Identity and Access Management domain of the CISSP exam.
- [Instructor] The fifth domain of the CISSP exam,…Identity and Access Management,…makes up 13% of the questions on the test.…It has five objectives.…The first objective of this domain…requires that you know how to control…physical and logical access to assets,…including information, systems, devices, and facilities.…The second objective for this domain…asks to you manage the identification and authentication…of people and devices.…You'll need to know how to implement…identity management systems,…including single sign-on…and the lightweight directory access protocol.…
You'll also need to know the differences…between single and multifactor authentication,…including the types of authentication factors,…the strength of different approaches,…and the types of authentication error.…You'll need to be familiar with accountability practices…and session management,…including time outs and screen savers.…You'll also need to understand the registration process…and identity proofing.…Finally, you'll need to understand the role…
- Who should take the CISSP exam
- Benefits of certification
- Study resources
- CISSP domains
- Question types
- Exam tips
- Practicing for the test
Skill Level Advanced
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1. The CISSP Exam
2. Exploring the CISSP Domains
3. Inside the CISSP Exam
4. Prepraing for the Exam
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