Cyber Security

CISA Certification

To become a CISA certified professional, you must meet the following requirements:

Pass the CISA examination.
Submit an application for CISA certification.
Adherence to the Code of Professional Ethics.
Adherence to the Continuing Professional Education Program.
Compliance with the Information Systems Auditing Standards.

For additional information, please visit ISACA’s CISA page: http://www.isaca.org/Certification/CISA-Certified-Information-Systems-Auditor/How-to-Become-Certified/Pages/default.aspx

ISACA as an independent, nonprofit, global association, engages in the development, adoption and use of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for information systems. Previously known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, ISACA now goes by its acronym only, to reflect the broad range of IT governance professionals it serves.


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CISSP® – Certified Information Systems Security Professional

To become a CISSP certified professional, you must meet the following requirements:

You must pass the CISSP exam to become certified. The CISSP exam is a computer-based test (CBT) administered at Pearson VUE Testing centers around the world.

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) is an information security certification developed by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, also known as (ISC).

Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (ISC) is dedicated to developing software and offering services in support of the Internet infrastructure.

ISC is the organization behind the ongoing development and distribution of the name server software, BIND. Our team of engineers helps drive the DNS standards and author the reference implementation that is then distributed as commercial-quality open source software for the Internet community. ISC provides the same leadership both in standards development and software for the DHCP protocol. Over the years, the ISC team has written over 60 RFCs, and is proud to be contributors to the Internet Engineering Task Force.
ISC not only writes the software, we use it to operate critical Internet infrastructure in the form of the F-root name server. F-Root is one of the 13 Internet root name servers that power the global Internet. Through F-root, ISC pioneered the use of global “anycast” in DNS. ISC also provides DNS infrastructure services to over 50 of the world’s ccTLD operators (at no charge) as part of our mission.
All of our open source software is freely available on our website. ISC work is supported by the sale of software support contracts, and by donations from users who want to see free open source maintained and extended for everyone.
ISC was originally founded in 1994 as Internet Software Consortium, Inc., to continue the work of maintaining and enhancing BIND following in the footsteps of CSRG at U.C. Berkeley, Digital Equipment Corporation, and Vixie Enterprises. BIND was then (and is now) an essential component of the Internet’s infrastructure. ISC’s founders – Paul Vixie, Carl Malamud, and Rick Adams – felt that BIND’s continued support and enhancement should be managed and funded by an independent entity and made it so. IANA designated ISC as a root name server operator (first NS.ISC.ORG, then F.ROOT-SERVERS.NET) allowing ISC to interact equally with root name server operators and better support the global use of BIND.
Over the years a number of additional software systems have either found a home at ISC or were created by ISC to better support the Internet’s infrastructure. ISC funded and developed the only complete DHCP implementation. As that implementation is now very mature, ISC has started developing a replacement DHCP server, Kea.
Originally launched by a grant from UUNET Technologies, ISC’s previous funding were from Software Forum members, F-Root mirror sponsors, grants from foundations including the US National Science Foundation, support contracts, development contracts, and currently, donations.
In 2004 ISC changed its name to Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. ISC is a 501(c)(3) public benefit incorporated in the state of Delaware, with employees all around the world; having the legacy of global constituency.

ISC – Publishers of BIND, DHCP and Kea Open Source for the Internet

According to payscale.com an CISSP accredited professional has a salary up to $165k a year.

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To become a RESILA certified professional, you must meet the following requirements:

There are no prerequisites for this course.

The RESILIA TM Foundation course audience includes all teams across the IT and Risk functions, including:
IT Service Management.
Operations and Incident Management.
IT Change and Release Management.
IT Supplier and Vendor Management.
Business Analysis and Design.
Business Analysts.
IT Architects.
IT Project and Programme Management.
Risk and Compliance.
Information Security Management.
Business Continuity Managers.

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The RESILIA Snapshot tool helps you assess the quality and suitability of your current cyber security. With a simple and repeatable assessment, RESILIA Snapshot will assess security maturity and help map out your improvement roadmap across all of your security controls


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