CCSP Cert Prep: The Basics

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Posted on 2020-04-01, by nokia241186.

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Video: .MP4, AVC, 1280x720, 30 fps | Audio: English, AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 42m | 186 MB
Instructor: Mike Chapple



With an increasing number of organizations opting to move to the cloud, the ability to secure critical assets in the cloud has become an in-demand professional skill. Earning the Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) certification shows potential employers that you have the expertise needed to securely design, implement, operate, and assess cloud computing environments. The CCSP Cert Prep series was designed to help you prepare to take and pass the CCSP exam. This course serves as the introduction to the series, providing you with an overview of the six exam domains-all of which are covered in greater depth in the other courses in this series- as well as a look at the exam format and tips on preparing to take the test using LinkedIn Learning resources.
Topics include:
Determining if CCSP is right for you
Meeting the CCSP work experience requirement
CCSP question types
Tips for improving your score on the CCSP exam
Content covered in the six exam domains
The CCSP continuing education program
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