IP3 CISSP Bootcamp

The University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management and MIS Research Center have teamed up with IP3 Inc., the nation's leader in information security education and research, to offer a workshop CISSP ® certification training session will be offered at Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. July 21-25, 2008

Summarizing the Core Offerings – IP3 CISSP® Boot Camp :

5 Day Training Seminar that covers the CBK.

One year access (pre and post Boot Camp) to our innovation and comprehensive On-line live CISSP ® certification training sessions (Monday and Wednesday each week).

Review sessions on each domain (Friday each week).

Downloadable audio / video pod-casts of each session to take with you “on the go” for review of the material covered. Also downloadable to desktop.

Our 700+ page workbook and our four volume “NIST Guidelines for CISSP®” developed by IT security professionals for security professionals.

Practice tests for each domain to help prepare you for the grueling 6-hour certification test.

Shon Harris' "CISSP ® Certification All-in-One Exam Guide"(Second Edition) -the industry's preferred book on CISSP ® exam preparation!

Online forum for inter-classmate discussion.

Security Tools CD.

All CISSP's must maintain their certifications with CEU credits – we include your first 14 with a complimentary seat at our “From Strategies to Reality” IT Seminar (S2R) hosted at the nations leading universities and NSA Centers of Academic Excellence.

Provide training using the most current technologies available to assist you in maximizing your education, while minimizing the cost spent for it.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Room: L-126 Carlson School
Time: 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
July 21-25, 2008


MISRC Corporate Partners: Contact Donna Sarppo- dsarppo@umn.edu for the codes to register at a discount.

The link for registration http://www.ip3seminars.com/cissp/register.php   information link http://www.ip3inc.com/cisspbootcamp.htm


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