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As more organisations adopt cloud-based systems, new complexities and challenges surface. To ensure that cloud security professionals have the required knowledge, skills and abilities to audit, assess and secure cloud infrastructures, ISC2 and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) have developed the Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSPSM).
The CCSP credential reflects in-depth knowledge derived from hands-on information security and cloud computing experience. It validates practical know-how for professionals whose responsibilities involve cloud security architecture, design, operations and service orchestration.
CCSP defines the qualifications and experience necessary to competently secure cloud services. Ultimately, it provides a new benchmark for cloud security knowledge and competence and is viewed as the most reliable indicator of overall proficiency in cloud security.
They can choose three of the following programmes:
Navigating Cyber Insurance (2 CPE credits)
Techniques for Malware Analysis (2 CPE credits)
Gaining Support for Your Security Program (2 CPE credits)
Communicating with the C-Suite (2 CPE credits)
Introduction to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (2 CPE credits)
Above offer is only available to participants of CISSP and CCSP programmes.
At the end of this programme, you will be able to:
gain knowledge in addressing the unique information security demands intrinsic to cloud
enhance your credibility and marketability for the most desirable cloud security opportunities
affirm your commitment to understanding and applying security best practices to cloud environments
Who Should Attend
Please refer to the job roles section.
CCSP credential with minimum 5 years of cumulative paid full-time IT experience, of which 3 years must be in information security and 1 year in one of the six domains of the CCSP examination. Earning the Cloud Security Alliance’s CCSK certificate can be substituted for 1 year of experience in one of the six domains of the CCSP examination. Earning ISC2’s CISSP credential can be substituted for the entire CCSP experience requirement
Associate of ISC2 Credential A candidate who doesn’t yet have the required experience to become a CCSP may become an Associate of ISC2 after successfully passing the CCSP exam. The associate of ISC2 will then have six years to earn the experience needed for the CCSP certification
What to Bring
You must bring your internet-enabled computing devices (laptops, tablet etc) with power chargers to access and download programme materials. No printed copies of programme materials are issued. Please refer to the full tech specifications here.
This programme is delivered face-to-face and will cover the following topics:
Architectural concepts and design requirements
Cloud data security
Cloud platform & infrastructure security
Cloud application security
Legal and compliance
This programme does not include the certification exam. Participants who are interested to take the certification exam after completing this programme, please register and pay the exam fees through NUS-ISS or directly with Pearson Vue exam centre.
Full programme fee
9% GST on nett programme fee
Total nett programme fee payable, including GST
With effect from 1 Jan 2024
Funding is available for this programme. Please visit the learning partner’s website to find out about the updated programme fee funding breakdown and eligibility.
Payment for this programme is to NUS-ISS, National University of Singapore.
Apply through your organisation's training request system.
Your organisation's training request system (or relevant HR staff) confirms your organisation's approval for you to take the programme.
Your organisation will send registration information to the academy.
Organisation HR L&D or equivalent staff can click here to register through training provider's registration portal if you have the NUS Online Application Portal (OAP) account. Alternatively, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The learning provider will inform you whether you have been successful in enrolment.