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The University of Dallas is now offering CISSP Training!

Why Get Certified:

The CISSP certification is globally recognized as the gold standard for IT and security professionals with over 100,000 certified credential holders. It is the first designation in information security to meet the demanding criteria set by ISO/IEC Standard 17024. Earning your CISSP will show you are a qualified professional with expertise in designing, building, and maintaining secure business environments. Your CISSP will mark you as a future leader in the information security field.

How Can We Help:

We are committed to your successful achievement of the CISSP certification. To accomplish this, we have developed study materials that will help you prepare for the large amount of content on the exam that is often called 10 miles wide and two inches deep.  Our trainers have all earned their CISSP credentials and are working professionals in the field of IT and information security.

We provide you with the necessary tools to succeed including class materials, videos of key topics, study guides, and Transcender that are designed to meet the new  CISSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). Along with an experienced instructor and study time, we feel confident you can achieve your goal of becoming a CISSP. For more information on our course materials click here.

Class Information:

Dates: February 18 - March 18, 2017 (Saturdays)
Times: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (1 hour for lunch)
Location: University of Dallas - Irving Campus - 1845 E. Northgate Drive, Irving, TX 75062
Cost: $2100 (includes all course materials and lunch provided daily)
Discount is available to UD Alumni and current UD Students.

Registration is now open. To register click here.

To request more information click here.

For more information please contact Jennifer Howard via email or 972-721-5299.

 

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