Learn about the objectives of the Security Architecture and Engineering domain of the CISSP exam.
- [Narrator] The third domain of the CISSP exam,…security architecture and engineering,…makes up 13% of the questions on the test.…It has 11 objectives.…In the first objective for this domain…you'll be asked to implement and manage…engineering processes using secure design principles.…You'll learn about the importance…of incorporating security requirements…early in the design process…to reduce rework and improve control effectiveness.…The second objective for this domain…is that you understand the fundamental concepts…of security models.…
You'll learn about confidentiality models…such as the Bell-LaPadula model.…You'll also learn about integrity models,…including the Biba model.…Finally, you'll learn about applying security…in a multilevel information processing environment.…The third objective for this domain…is that you be able to select…security controls and countermeasures…based upon system security requirements.…In the fourth objective for this domain…you'll need to understand the security capabilities…of information systems.…
- 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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IT Security Careers and Certifications: First Stepswith Marc Menninger2h 6m Appropriate for all
IT Security Foundations: Core Conceptswith Lisa Bock1h 13m Beginner
1. The CISSP Exam
2. Exploring the CISSP Domains
3. Inside the CISSP Exam
4. Prepraing for the Exam
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