Course Duration : 3 Day - Face-To-Face Intructor Led Workshop 
Course Fee : Available upon request (Write to us at
Course Location  : TLC (Karachi), Customer Onsite, and Online
: Online workshop are delivered in six days, two units each day between 11 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 5 pm
Course Code : TN229
Deliverables : Comprehensive Student Guide and Workshop Certificate

Customer onsite workshop can also be conducted for customers in Lahore, and Islamabad
The CISSP training course provides delegates with a theory-based approach to learning the security process. The course is centered around teaching the fundamental domains of Information Security. These eight domains provide delegates with all the information they require to obtain a comprehensive understanding of Information Security and pass the CISSP exam. Despite being a theory-based course, the CISSP certification trains individuals to practically apply what they have learnt. This CISSP course gives delegates skills which are desirable in any company, and so this qualification can help individuals stand out in a competitive market. 

This workshop is designed for this purpose, as well as to provide the insight into the importance of cybersecurity risk management framework covering 8 comprehensive security domains. 

For becoming a CISSP certified, you must have a minimum of five-year cumulative paid work experience in two or more of the eight domains of the CISSP.

Business, application, audit, risk, compliance, infoSec and CyberSec Professionals, project managers, IT operations, Enterprise Architectures, and legal professionals with a familiarity of basic IT/IS concepts.

Within any organization, system security is crucial, and it is becoming clear that organizations require better means to combat malicious cyber-attacks, as they increasingly become more and more advanced and difficult to manage. As such, businesses require trained staff who have an up-to-date understanding of the latest threats to information system security. 

CISSP Certification Benefits
A CISSP certification is exceedingly credible and an enviable addition to your CV. This is because this highly regarded credential is exactly what organizations look for when searching for an Information Security Professional. Therefore, CISSP certification holders can benefit from:

  • Great job prospects - CISSP is the most prestigious Information Systems Security certification and will help you stand out in a competitive market of IT Security Professionals. CISSP Professionals have deep technical knowledge and skill.
  • A CISSP certification is often asked for in job descriptions - it is considered a basic requirement because CISSP training covers all that is required to prepare security professionals to address any security threat. 
  • Demonstrate that you are committed to Information Security.
  • All organizations have IT systems and so Information System Security Professionals are constantly in demand and there are a number of job opportunities available.
  • Enter into a career that is considered to be one of the most stable in the IT industry.
Workshop Methodology
The training course flow will be a mix of lectures & classroom discussions and videos so that participants can have a detailed understanding of various components and technologies discussed in 8 domains.

This workshop shall be delivered by TOGAF 9 Certified/IBM Certfied Infrastructure System Architect and an experienced trainer with 25+ years of career experience imparting education and training services both locally and internationally and have worked for international enterprise technology vendors including IBM, Fujitsu, and ICL. Our instructor holds various industry professional certifications in the space of enterprise servers and storage technologies, Information Security, Enterprise Architecture, ITIL, Cloud, Virtualization, Green IT, and a co-author of 10 IBM Redbooks. 

Domain 1 Security and Risk Management 
  • 1.1: Understand and apply concepts of confidentiality, integrity and availability. 
  • 1.2: Evaluate and apply security governance principles.
  • 1.3: Determine compliance requirements.
  • 1.4: Understand legal and regulatory issues that pertain to information security in a global context.
  • 1.5: Understand, adhere to, and promote professional ethics.
  • 1.6: Develop, document, and implement security policy, standards, procedures and guidelines.
  • 1.7: Identify, analyze, and prioritize Business Continuity requirements
  • 1.8: Contribute to and enforce personnel security policies and procedures.
  • 1.9: Understand and apply risk management concept.
  • 1.10: Understand and apply threat modeling concepts and methodologies.
  • 1.11: Apply risk-based management concepts to the supply chain.
  • 1.12: Establish and maintain a security awareness, education, and training program.
Domain 2 Asset Security 
  • 2.1: Identify and classify information and assets.
  • 2.2: Determine and maintain information & asset  ownership.
  • 2.3: Protect privacy.
  • 2.4: Ensure appropriate asset retention.
  • 2.5: Determine data security controls.
  • 2.6: Establish information and asset handling requirements.
Domain 3 Security Architecture and Engineering 
  • 3.1: Implement and manage engineering processes using secure design principles.
  • 3.2: Understand the fundamental concepts of security models.
  • 3.3: Select control based upon systems security requirements.
  • 3.4: Understand the security capabilities of information systems.
  • 3.5: Assess and mitigate the vulnerabilities of security architectures, design and solution elements.
  • 3.6: Access and mitigate vulnerabilities in web-based systems.
  • 3.6: Access and mitigate vulnerabilities in web-based systems.
  • 3.7: Assess and mitigate vulnerabilities in mobile systems.
  • 3.8: Assess and mitigate vulnerabilities in embedded devices.
  • 3.9: Apply cryptography.
  • 3.10: Apply security principles to site and facility design.
  • 3.11: Implement site and facility security controls.
Domain 4 - Communication and Network Security
  • 4.1: Implement secure design principles in network architecture.
  • 4.2: Secure network components.
  • 4.3: Implement secure communication channels according to design.
Domain 5 - Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  • 5.1: Control physical and logical access to assets.
  • 5.2: Manage identification and authentication of people, devices and services.
  • 5.3: Integrate identity as a third-party service.
  • 5.4: Implement and manage authorization mechanisms.
  • 5.5: Manage the identity and access provisioning lifecycle.
Domain 6 - Security Assessment and Testing 
  • 6.1: Design and validate assessment, test and audit strategies.
  • 6.2: Conduct security control testing.
  • 6.3: Collect security process data.
  • 6.4: Analyze test output and generate reports.
  • 6.5: Conduct and facilitate security audits.
Domain 7 Security Operations
  • 7.1: Understand and support investigations.
  • 7.2: Understand the requirements for different types of investigations.
  • 7.3: Conduct logging and monitoring activities.
  • 7.4: Securely provision resources.
  • 7.5: Understand and apply foundational security operations concepts.
  • 7.6: Apply resource protection techniques.
  • 7.7: Conduct incident management.
  • 7.8: Operate and maintain detective and preventative measure.
  • 7.9: Implement and support patch and vulnerability management.
  • 7.10: Understand and participate in change management processes.
  • 7.11: Implement recovery strategies.
  • 7.12: Implement disaster recovery processes.
  • 7.13: Test disaster recovery plans DRP.
  • 7.14: Participate in business continuity planning and exercises.
  • 7.15: Implement and manage physical security.
  • 7.16: Address personal safety and security concerns.
Domain 8 - Software Development Security
  • 8.1: Understand and apply security in the software development lifecycle.
  • 8.2: Enforce security controls in development environments.
  • 8.3: Assess the effectiveness of software security.
  • 8.4: Assess security impact of acquired software.
  • 8.5: Define and apply secure coding guidelines and standards.


List of IBM AIX Operating System 
Standard Courses

AIX 7 Basics

Power Systems for AIX II - AIX Systems Administration

Power Systems for AIX III - Advanced Administration and Problem Determination

Introduction to AIX Korn Shell Scripting - AIX 7,1, AIX 6.1, AIX 5.3 and Linux

AIX 7 Jumpstart for UNIX Professionals

Security for Power Systems AIX

IBM POWER Virtualization Technologies

AIX Disk Storage Management and Recovery Procedures

AIX Performance Monitoring and Management

Introduction to IT Infrastructure Technologies

Understanding the Role of Storage Technologies and Big Data

Linux Basics for Users


List of IBM AIX Operating System 
Short-Term Courses

AIX System Configuration Devices & AIX System Storage Overview

AIX Disk Storage Management & Recovery Procedures

AIX Performance Monitoring & Management

Understanding & Managing AIX ODM (Object Data Manager)

Security for Power Systems AIX

AIX Software Installation Maintenance & Backup & Restotore

Working with Logical Volume Manager & File System Administration

AIX Error Monitoring & System Dump Facility & AIX Scheduling

AIX Security & User Administration