Grand Rapids ISSA presents “All 8 CISSP Domains in 55 Minutes” presented by professor Andrew Rozema
If you have ever thought about becoming a CISSP, or if you are a CISSP and wonder what happened to the 10 domains, this talk is for you.
Professor Rozema, an ISC^2 certified instructor, will review the changes to the CISSP that took place with the domain refresh on April 15, 2018 when they moved from 10 domains to 8, and provide an overview of all the content that is required to pass the current CISSP certification. At least, as much as he can cram into about an hour. Don’t worry, he talks fast. This event is sponsored by Advanced Software Products Group, Inc.
About our Speaker:
Andrew Rozema is the department head of the Grand Rapids community College Computer Information Systems department, an Assistant Professor, and the director of the Grand Rapids Community College Center for Cybersecurity Studies. Prof. Rozema led GRCC’s efforts to earn the NSA DHS Center of Academic Excellence designation, and now mentors and reviews other institutions as they do the same.After 20 years in various IT, security, and managerial roles in industry, Prof. Rozema focused his attention on educating the next generation of IT and cybersecurity professionals.As an educator Prof. Rozema teaches cybersecurity related courses for Grand Rapids Community College, the ISC^2 as well as serving as a mentor for students with the SANS Institute and as an instructor for the ISC^2.Prof. Rozema holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Assurance and Security from Capella University, and a Master of Computer Information Systems with a focus on Security from Boston University. Prof. Rozema has done postgraduate work with the SANS Technology Institute and is currently a student in the interdisciplinary Ph.D program at the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) at Purdue University. His educational journey began at Grand Rapids Community College, taking some computer classes while he figured out what to do with his life.
About our Sponsor:
Headquartered in Naples, Florida, Advanced Software Products Group, Inc. has provided the IT community with cutting edge software solutions, support and services since 1986. With a worldwide network of support, including many vendor alliances and active roles as an IBM Partner in Development and a Microsoft Certified Partner, ASPG remains a leader in the optimization of data center security, access management and performance. Check us out at www.aspg.com!
Where is this event? At Davenport University, their Lettinga Main Campus. Located at 6191 Kraft Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49512. We will be in the Sneden Center Meeting Hall 3.
Social networking from 2:30 – 3:00 PM
Presentation from 3:00 – 4:30 PM
Open discussion and questions from 4:30 – 5:00 PM
Join us and invite your friends!