CISSP®️ Certification Domain 5: Identity and Access Management (IAM) Video Boot Camp 2019 [Video]

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  • Prepare for the 2018 version of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Exam (next CISSP update is in 2021).
  • A clear understanding of CISSP Domain 5 (Identity and Access Management (IAM)).
  • Understand IT Security and Cyber Security from a management level perspective.
  • Where to start on your CISSP certification journey.
  • Learn why you want to get your CISSP certification, what it can give you.

In this CISSP Domain 5 and 6 video boot camp course, I will help you get the knowledge you need to pass the CISSP certification.

Prepare for the 2018 version of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Exam, which is what you will be tested on until the next CISSP curriculum update in 2021.

In Domain 5 we will cover:

  • Introduction to domain 5
  • Introduction to Access Control
  • Type 1 authentication - "Something you know" or "Knowledge factors"
  • Type 2 authentication - "Something you have" or "Possession factors"
  • Type 3 authentication - "Something you are" or "Biometrics"
  • Authorization, Accountability, Access control systems, Identity and access provisioning, Authentication protocols

What we covered in domain 5

To pass you obviously need to have the knowledge for the CISSP certification exam, but it is much more than that. It is very much an English exam, you need to answer the questions from (ISC)²'s point of view, in their perfect world. You need to be able to spot the keywords (PKI, policy, asymmetric, BCP) as well as the indicators (first, best, last, least, most). Understand and answer every question from a Manager or a Risk Advisers point of view, NOT from an executive or as a techie. Most hands-on techies that fail the CISSP exam do so because they answer from a point of being reactive, not being proactive. The CISSP exam is using the Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) format, and is 3 hours long and will have 100-150 questions. Most people studying for the CISSP certification will use multiple books, video courses, and 3-5000 practice questions before taking the exam, this really is the path to success.

Style and Approach

This is a well thought out, detailed, methodical, and had a wide array of supporting resources.

  • This course will help you to pass the Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Exam.
  • Learn about management-level IT Security and Cyber Security.
Course Length 1 hour 18 minutes
ISBN 9781838647711
Date Of Publication 26 Mar 2019


Thor Pedersen

Thor Pedersen - IT & Cyber Security Trainer

CISSP, CISM, CEH, CCNP, PMP, Security+, CCNA, CCNA-Security, Aloha,

For many years he has helped a lot of people reach their goals, pass their certifications, and get what they want in life. He had both the HIGHEST RATED and the BEST SELLING CISSP courses with over 21,500 students and over 3,500 reviews. With his love of learning, IT has been a good place for him to grow, there is so much to learn, and it is always evolving. He holds a good deal of IT and project certifications and he is sure more are going to show themselves in the future as he expand his training offerings.

His current list of valid certifications:

  • CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional
  • CISM Certified Information Security Manager
  • PMP Project Management Professional
  • CEH Certified Ethical Hacker
  • SCP SolarWinds Certified Professional
  • CompTIA Security+
  • CCNP Cisco Certified Network Professional Routing & Switching.
  • CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing & Switching.
  • CCNA Security Cisco Certified Network Associate Security
  • CCENT Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician
  • 4011 Certified Recognition: Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professional

KCBS Certified Barbecue Judge <- by far the tastiest!

Some certifications he has let lapse when he is no longer interested in working in that line of work and they do not compliment what he wants to do moving forward.