Certifications in security are increasingly in demand. But there are a lot to choose from; which one is right for you? These presentations will provide an overview of the most popular, in-demand and newest certifications available to you. Whether your field is IT, physical security, COOP or business continuity, these introductions will set you on the path to the best credentials to advance your career and serve the needs of your organization.
CISSP Exam Prep Clinic
If you have been preparing for your CISSP exam and want those important test taking tips that will increase your chances of passing, you need to attend the free CISSP Exam Prep Clinic presented by the University of Fairfax, the leading information assurance/security graduate program in the US. The CISSP Exam Prep Clinic includes practical test taking tips that have benefited over 12,000 candidates. The instructor will review sample questions from all 10 domains that are tested in the exam.
Homeland Protection Certification – CHPP and CHPA
The lines separating the responsibilities of emergency response disciplines were blurred after the September 11th, 2001 attacks. Ten years later, there is a recognized need for responders from all disciplines, to include both public sector responders and private sector security professionals to have the knowledge, skills and abilities that allow them to participate in Homeland Protection related activities. Homeland Protection activities are common to both the public and private sector and include prevention, preparedness, protection, mitigation, response and recovery from, “all hazards” including terrorism.
This session is an introduction to the Certified Homeland Protection Professional (CHPP) and Certified Homeland Protection Associate (CHPA) certification programs, established by the National Sheriffs’ Association in partnership with the National Domestic Preparedness Coalition, through the Global Center for Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability. By attending this session, security professionals will learn the requirements, experience needed, syllabus and learning objectives they need to be recognized as having the competency, knowledge, skills and abilities in the blended discipline of Homeland Protection.
Certified Emergency Manager (CEM®)/Associate Emergency Manager (AEMSM) Overview Presentation
This presentation will introduce the CEM®/AEM designation to interested candidates looking to become certified in the Emergency Management field. The overview with include the requirements and helpful tips for successfully completing the credential process.