Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) Official on Demand Video Course 
About This Certificate
Pursue better IT security job opportunities and prove knowledge with confidence. The SSCP Professional Training Certificate shows employers you have the IT security foundation to defend against cyber attacks – and puts you on a clear path to earning SSCP certification.
Learn on your own schedule with 120-day access to content aligned with the latest (ISC)2 SSCP exam domains. We’re offering the complete online self-paced program for only $1,000 – a $200 savings when you get all domains bundled together.
3 Steps to Career Advancement
1. Register for the course
2. Gain access for 120 days
3. Register and sit for the SSCP certification exam
Upon completing the SSCP Professional Certificate, you will:
1. Complete six courses of preparing you to sit for the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification exam as outlined below.
Course 1 – Access Controls
Course 2 – Security Operations and Administration
Course 3 – Risk Identification, Monitoring, and Analysis/Incident Response and Recovery
Course 4 – Cryptography
Course 5 – Network and Communication Security
Course 6 – Systems and Application Security
2. Receive a certificate of program completion.
3. Understand how to implement, monitor and administer an organization’s IT infrastructure in accordance with security policies and procedures that ensure data confidentiality, integrity and availability.
Follow the suggested order or choose your own.
Designed to help you practice and apply the skills you learn.
Highlight your new skills on your resume or LinkedIn.
Each course includes a case study that will require students to put into practice the knowledge they have gained throughout each course. Successful completion of course projects will require the basic understanding of the topics covered and the ability to relate those topics to the real world. The objective of each project is to determine whether students have understood course concepts and are able to use them in a real world setting.