Train Department of Defense personnel for the IA management level two and three, and technical level two CISSP certification.
The Information Assurance Branch (IAB), School of Information Technology provides a 9-day Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) review seminar for CISSP. Though highly encouraged, attending the review seminar is not required to be eligible to take the exam. Registration for the review course and the exam are both required in advance. The CISSP certification meets the DoD 8570.1-Mv12, requirement for Information Assurance Level 3 Management and Level 3 Technical training. The knowledge that goes with completing the CISSP review is a requirement for military, civilians and contractors throughout DoD in certain IA positions.
The following is a list of prerequisite certifications required to attend class:
IAM level II
In addition, other documentation is required:
|Information Assurance Management Level 2:||Installation/Major Subordinate Commands (MSC)/posts, Major Command (MACOM)/ Tactical Units/PEOs Level Information Assurance Manager (IAM) and Certification Agent (CA)|
|Information Assurance Management Level 3:||Regional Chief Information Officer Director and Information Assurance Program Manager (IAPM)/CA|
|Information Assurance Technical Level 3:||Regional Chief Information Officer System Administrator (SA)/Network Manager (NM) Network Officer (NO)|
NOTE: Both training completion certificates and additional documentation must be presented to instructor on the first day of class.
Students must communicate with their training coordinators to register for the CISSP course in ATRRS. Training coordinators have enrollment access to ATRRS to register students for classes. Please NOTE: Instructors and staff of Information Assurance at Ft. Gordon and other training locations DO NOT have enrollment access to ATRRS and do not have the ability to enroll students.
Other important information about enrolling through ATRRS
To view the schedule for the CISSP course:
|CISSP Student Files||
CISSP Training Slides:
|BooksSee the Course Preparation Document for book information||Class begins on the first Monday at 0830 hours (8:30 A.M.) and ends at 1630 hours (4:30 P.M.) on the second Thursday.
The CISSP exam will be held on the second Friday. Make your travel arrangements accordingly.
CISSP Certification Exam
In conjunction with the CBK, IAB also hosts the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Exam provided by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Inc., (ISC)² at the conclusion of the class. Registration must be done online at http://www.isc2.org. The cost associated with the exam may be covered by units/agencies/organizations funding for certification completion. If individuals are eligible for coverage under the GI Bill, reimbursement is available.
Exam Date: Last Day of Course (MTT Exempt)
Exam Cost: The standard fee is $699 USD. For more information, see (ISC)² pricing document.
This course is offered AT NO COST to military, government civilians and government contractors. For more information on CISSP certification, and to register for the exam, visit https://www.isc2.org/cissp/default.aspx.
Students driving onto the Fort Gordon installation are required to have a valid CAC to enter the installation. If the student does not have valid CAC, a temporary pass can be obtained from the Visitor center at Gate 1. For more information on vehicle registration, call the military police at DSN 780-3132 or commercial 706-791-3132.
Students should anticipate moderate to long delays at all Ft. Gordon gates. Leaving lodging location early enough to allow time for gate delays is highly recommended.
IAW Institutional Training Directed Lodging Meal (ITDLM) Policy Memo and Handbook Document 2 dated 2 June 08; all Soldiers (Army, ARNG, & USAR) on TDY status have to check in at IHG, Griffith Hall, Bldg 250. IHG will either house the student or send them to a specific hotel at no cost of the TDY student.
There are many off-post hotels in the Ft. Gordon vicinity as well. Military-Hotels.us offers information about hotels in the area. Sites such as Expedia.com, Travelocity.com, Orbitz.com, Hotels.com, and Hotwire.com can offer lodging information for the Ft. Gordon surrounding area as well.
Fort Gordon has a number of restaurants on post. To find more information, including menus, please visit the Fort Gordon Dining page. You can also find great food in the surrounding Augusta area. Take a look at the Augusta Vistor's Bureau website for some listings.
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