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Lastly, it will delve into identity management and application security for cloud deployments. Students then build on the Certificate in Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) Foundation class with a third day of training that covers expanded material and offers extensive hands-on activities that reinforce classroom instruction. Students engage in a scenario of bringing a fictional organization securely into the cloud, which gives them the opportunity to apply their knowledge by performing a series of activities that would be required in a real-world environment.
- Prove your competency in key cloud security issues through an organization that specializes in cloud research
- Increase employment opportunities by filling the skills-gap for cloud-certified professionals.
- Demonstrate your technical knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively use controls tailored to the cloud.
- Learn to establish a baseline of security best practices when dealing with a broad array of responsibilities, from cloud governance to configuring technical security controls.
The fundamentals of cloud computing, including definitions, architectures, and the role of virtualization. Key topics include cloud computing service models, delivery models, and fundamental characteristics. It also introduces the Shared Responsibilities Model and a framework for approaching cloud security.
- Unit 1 – Introduction to Cloud Computing
- Unit 2- Introduction & Cloud Architecture
- Unit 3 – Cloud Essential Characteristics
- Unit 4 – Cloud Service Models
- Unit 5 – Cloud Deployment Models
- Unit 6 – Shared Responsibilities
Infrastructure Security for Cloud
Delves into the details of securing the core infrastructure for cloud computing- including cloud components, networks, management interfaces, and administrator credentials. It delves into virtual networking and workload security, including the basics of containers and serverless.
- Unit 1 – Module Intro
- Unit 2 – Intro to Infrastructure Security for Cloud Computing
- Unit 3 – Software Defined Networks
- Unit 4 – Cloud Network Security
- Unit 5 – Securing Compute Workloads
- Unit 6 – Management Plane Security
- Unit 7 – BCDR
Managing Cloud Security and Risk
Covers important considerations for managing security for cloud computing. It begins with risk assessment and governance, then covers legal and compliance issues, such as discovery requirements in the cloud. It also covers important CSA risk tools including the CAIQ, CCM, and STAR registry.
- Unit 1 – Module Introduction
- Unit 2 – Governance
- Unit 3 – Managing Cloud Security Risk
- Unit 5 – Legal Issues In Cloud
- Unit 6 – Compliance
- Unit 7 – Audit
- Unit 8 – CSA Tools
Data Security for Cloud Computing
Covers information lifecycle management for the cloud and how to apply security controls, with an emphasis on public cloud. Topics include the Data Security Lifecycle, cloud storage models, data security issues with different delivery models, and managing encryption in and for the cloud, including customer managed keys (BYOK).
- Unit 1 – Module Introduction
- Unit 2 – Cloud Data Storage
- Unit 3 – Securing Data In The Cloud
- Unit 4 – Encryption For IaaS
- Unit 5 – Encryption For PaaS & SaaS
- Unit 6 – Encryption Key Management
- Unit 7 – Other Data Security Options
- Unit 8 – Data Security Lifecycle
Application Security and Identity Management for Cloud Computing
Covers identity management and application security for cloud deployments. Topics include federated identity and different IAM applications, secure development, and managing application security in and for the cloud.
- Unit 1 – Module Introduction
- Unit 2 – Secure Software Development Life Cycle (SSDLC)
- Unit 3 – Testing & Assessment
- Unit 4 – DevOps
- Unit 5 – Secure Operations
- Unit 6 – Identity & Access Management Definitions
- Unit 7 – IAM Standards
- Unit 8 – IAM In Practice
Cloud Security Operations
Key considerations when evaluating, selecting, and managing cloud computing providers. We also discuss the role of Security as a Service provider and the impact of cloud on Incident Response.
- Unit 1 – Module Introduction
- Unit 2 – Selecting A Cloud Provider
- Unit 3 – SECaaS Fundamentals
- Unit 4 – SECaaS Categories
- Unit 5 – Incident Response
- Unit 6 – Domain 14 Considerations
- Unit 7 – CCSK Exam Preparation
There are none required for the course and exam. However, learners are recommended to have a basic understanding of various security fundamentals, including firewalls, encryption, identity management, and security development.
Join now for Certificate in Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) and gain the knowledge and skills of fundamentals of cloud computing, digging into the details of securing the core infrastructure for cloud computing. Download the brochure and check the different focus areas that are covered within these three days of training.
When you complete all of the Certificate in Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) course in the program, you’ll earn a Certificate to share with your professional network as well as unlock access to career support resources to help you kickstart your new career. Many Professional Certificates have hiring partners that recognize the Professional Certificate credential and others can help prepare you for a certification exam.
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Funding & Price Chart
|Individual Sponsored||Company Sponsored* (Banking and Finance)||Company Sponsored* (Non Banking and Finance)|
|Singaporeans age 40 and above (90% funding)||Singaporeans age below 40 and all PRs (70% funding)||Singaporeans age 40 and above (90% funding)||Singaporeans age below 40 and all PRs (70% funding)||(No Funding)|
|Full Course Fee before GST||$2,100.00||$2,100.00||$2,100.00||$2,100.00||$2,100.00|
|Total Course Fee||$2,247.00||$2,247.00||$2,247.00||$2,247.00||$2,247.00|
|Less: IBF Funding||$2,022.30||$1,572.90||$1,890.00||$1,470.00||NA|
|Net Fee Payable||$224.70||$674.10||$357.00||$777.00||$2,247.00|
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