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Information Systems Security Management
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Information Systems Security Management Professional is a designation awarded by the International
Information Systems Certification Consortium ((ISC)^2).
For experienced information security professionals with an International Information Systems Security
Certification Consortium ((ISC)2) credential in good standing, the (ISC)² ISSMP Concentration
demonstrates acquired rigorous knowledge of select Common Body of Knowledge(CBK®) domains in
The major domains of the CBK® covered by ISSMP certification are:
Enterprise Security Management Practices
Enterprise-Wide System Development Security
Overseeing Compliance of Operations Security
Understanding Business Continuity Planning (BCP), Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) and
Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP)
Law, Investigations, Forensics and Ethics
Candidates for the ISSMP certification must have the CISSP certification, demonstrate 2 years of
professional experience in the area of management, and pass the subject-matter exam. Professional
experience may be audited for accuracy before the certification is awarded. Current Concentrations for
CISSPs include the:
ISSAP, Concentration in Architecture
ISSEP, Concentration in Engineering
ISSMP, Concentration in Management
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