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Beginning June 4, ITaP Networks and Security (ITNS) and the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) will present a 12-week information security lecture series to assist Purdue staff to become more knowledgeable about IT security. These presentations are targeted toward Purdue staff who want to expand their knowledge and gain the most sought-after security accreditation—(ISC)2’s Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) designation.
Any Purdue staff member may attend this series. Previous hands-on information security experience is not mandatory, but a working knowledge of information security concepts would be helpful.
The goal of these presentations is to provide a high-level overview of the (ISC)2 common bodies of knowledge that are represented on the CISSP exam and to provide participants with an opportunity to study information security concepts with other Purdue professionals. It is not necessary to commit to taking the CISSP exam to attend the sessions.
The presentations are given by ITNS and CERIAS professionals who have themselves received the CISSP designation, as well as other Purdue professionals with subject matter expertise.