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Become a Cybersecurity Professional: The Ultimate CC by ISC2 Course for 2023 – Succeed on Your First Try!

What you will learn

Students will learn the fundamental principles of security, including confidentiality, integrity, and availability

Students will learn how to respond to security incidents, including how to identify, contain, and mitigate threats to a system or network.

Students will learn how to develop and implement business continuity plans, including strategies for maintaining essential business function.

Students will learn the principles of disaster recovery, including backup and recovery strategies and techniques for minimizing data

Students will learn how to implement access control policies and techniques, including authentication, authorization, and accounting (IAAA).

Students will learn how to secure network devices and protocols, including firewalls, VPNs, and intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS)

Students will learn how to manage security operations, including security monitoring, incident response, and risk management.

Students will learn about security compliance frameworks and regulations, such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and GDPR, and how to ensure compliance.

Students will learn the basics of cybersecurity and how important it is for businesses

Students will learn the importance of cybersecurity to their personal lives


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The course covers all 5 domains of the certification, which are:

DOMAIN 1 – Security Principles:

  • Understanding the CIA triad (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability)
  • Identifying and analysing various types of security risks and threats
  • Understanding the importance of security policies and procedures

DOMAIN 2 – Business Continuity (BC), Disaster Recovery (DR) & Incident Response Concepts:

  • Understanding the difference between business continuity and disaster recovery
  • Developing an incident response plan
  • Implementing backup and recovery procedures

DOMAIN 3 – Access Control Concepts:

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  • Understanding different types of access controls such as physical, technical and administrative
  • Implementing access control policies and procedures
  • Managing user accounts and passwords

DOMAIN 4 – Network Security:

  • Understanding the OSI model and TCP/IP protocols
  • Configuring firewalls and intrusion detection/prevention systems
  • Identifying and mitigating network-based attacks such as DoS/DDoS and phishing attacks

DOMAIN 5 – Security Operations

  • Implementing security awareness training programs
  • Understanding the different types of security controls such as preventive, detective, and corrective controls
  • Analysing security logs and events to identify potential security incidents

Adding to our course’s exceptional design, each video tutorial is meticulously labeled with a number corresponding to a specific section of the certification syllabus. This unique feature is crafted to optimize your study experience and focus. Whether you’re revisiting concepts or strengthening specific areas, this tailored numbering system allows you to navigate through the course content with ease and precision. Make your study sessions more productive, targeted, and effective with our thoughtfully structured video tutorials. Your path to mastering the cybersecurity certification just got a whole lot simpler!


The ISC2 CC certification is widely recognized all over the world and certifies the foundations of cybersecurity knowledge. Our practice tests have helped over 100+ students get certified and are an excellent tool for anyone looking to pursue a career in cybersecurity.


Our Practice Tests are designed to give you a real-life experience of what the actual ISC2 CC exam will be like. The only thing that is different from the official exam is that during the exam, you won’t be able to go back and review a question you previously answered as the ‘back navigation’ feature will be disabled.

The ISC2 CC exam duration is 120 minutes, and it consists of 100 multiple-choice questions, each worth one point. You will need to score a minimum of 70 out of 100 points to pass the exam.


  • Once you pass the exam, you will need to pay an annual fee of $50 to (ISC)² to obtain your certification.
  • If you need to retake the exam, there is a fee of $50.
  • You can only take the exam at an authorized Pearson Vue centre.
  • The (ISC)² training material will be accessible for a period of 180 days.
  • Make sure to take all necessary ID with you to the examination centre, as otherwise you will not be allowed to sit the exam.

Once your exam is booked, you will receive a confirmation email with details of your booking. On the day of your exam, be sure to arrive at the testing centre early with the required identification documents. Good luck!




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Domain 1 – Security Principles

1.1 – Security Concepts
1.1.2,.3.4.5 The CIA Triad
1.1.6,1.1.7 – Authentication, IAAA
1.1.8 Non-Repudiation
1.1.9 Privacy
1.2.1 Understanding Risk Management
1.2.2 Understanding Risk Identification
1.2.3 Understanding Risk Assessment
1.2.4 Understanding Risk Treatment
1.2.5 Configuration Management
1.3.1 Security Controls
1.3.2 Technical Controls
1.3.3 Administrative Controls
1.3.4 Physical Controls
1.4.1 ISC2 Code of Ethics
1.5.0 Governance Process
1.5.1 Policies
1.5.2 Procedures
1.5.3 Standards
1.5.4 Regulation and laws
1.5.5 Best practice security policies

Domain 2 – BC & DR & Incident Response Concepts

2.1.1 Domain 2 objectives
2.1.2 What is Business Continuity
2.1.3 Business Continuity Planning
2.1.4 Business Continuity Controls
2.1.5 What is high availability
2.1.6 What is fault tolerance
2.2.1 What is disaster recovery
2.2.2 Disaster recovery planning
2.2.3 Data backup
2.2.4 Types of disaster recovery sites
2.3.1 What is incident response
2.3.2 Create a incident response program
2.3.3 Create an incident response team
2.3.4 Incident communication planning
2.3.5 Identify incidents

Domain 3 – Access Control Concepts

3.1.1 Domain 3 objectives
3.1.2 Physical security controls types
3.1.3 Monitoring physical access
3.1.4 Visitors management
3.1.5 Differences between Authorised and Non-authorised personnel
3.2.1 What is logical access controls
3.2.2 What is principle of least privilge
3.2.3 What is segregation of duties
3.2.4 What is DAC
3.2.5 What is MAC
3.2.6 What is RBAC

Domain 4 – Network Security

4.1.1 Domain Objectives
4.1.2 Network types
4.1.3 Introducing TCP IP
4.1.4 The OSI Model
4.1.5 IP Addresses and DHCP
4.1.6 Network Ports
4.1.7 Network Cables
4.1.8 WiFi
4.1.9 VLANs
4.1.10 VPNs
4.2.1 Types of threats
4.2.2 Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems
4.2.3 Malware Preventions
4.2.4 Port Scanners
4.2.5 Vulnerability Scanners
4.2.6 Firewalls
4.2.7 Honeynets and Honeypots
4.2.8 SIEM and SOAR systems
4.3.1 Types of Infrastracture, On-Premise, Cloud and Hybrid
4.3.2 Data center protection
4.3.3 Security Zones
4.3.4 Routers and Switches
4.3.5 VLANs and Network segmentation
4.3.6 Firewalls
4.3.7 VPNs and VPN Concentrator
4.3.8 Internet of Things (IoT)
4.3.9 Security IoT devices
4.3.10 Network Security for Smart devices

Domain 5 – Security Operations

5.1.1 Domain Objectives
5.1.2 What is Data and Data Security
5.1.3 Understanding Encryption
5.1.4 Differences between symmetric vs asymmetric cryptography
5.1.5 Hashing
5.1.6 Data Handling
5.1.7 Data Classification
5.1.8 Logging and Monitoring Security Events
5.2.1 What is Configuration Management
5.2.2 Patch Management
5.3.1 Data Handling Policiess
5.3.2 Password Policies
5.3.3 Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
5.3.4 Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy
5.3.5 Change management
5.3.6 Privacy Policy
5.4.1 Social Engineering
5.4.2 Security Awareness Training

Practice Exam Questions

Practice Exam 1
Practice Exam 2