Information Systems Security Architecture Professional

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Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISSAP, sometimes CISSP-ISSAP) is an advanced information security certification issued by (ISC)2 that focuses on the architecture aspects of information security.

Requirements

To receive an ISSAP designation a person must:

1. Hold a valid CISSP certification

2. Have two or more years of professional experience in the area of security-related architecture.

3. Pass the ISSAP exam

Content

The ISSAP exam focuses on six areas of information security: Access Control Systems and Methodology, Communications & Network Security, Cryptography, Security Architecture Analysis, Technology Related Business Continuity Planning & Disaster Recovery Planning, and Physical Security Considerations

References

http://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/isc-offers-certification-via-dhs/ https://www.isc2.org/issap.aspx http://www.zdnet.com/article/20-technology-certifications-that-are-paying-off/

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