Published on ThorTeaches and Udemy: 

CISSP Domain 1 – DONE

Domain 1 what we will be covering

The CIA triad – Part 1 – Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability

The CIA triad – Part 2 – Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability

IAAA – Part 1 – Identification, Authentication, Authorization, and Accountability

IAAA – Part 2 – Identification, Authentication, Authorization, and Accountability

Governance and Management

Standards and frameworks

Laws and regulations

Laws and regulations – Evidence

Intellectual property

US laws, European laws, and international treaties

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

International agreements and guidelines.

3rd party, Acquisitions, and Divesture security.

The (ISC)² Code of Ethics

Information Security Governance: Values, vision, mission, and plans.

Information Security Governance: Policies, procedures, guidelines, and frameworks.

Access Control Categories and Types

Risk Management – Identification

Risk Management – Assessment Part 1

Risk Management – Assessment Part 2

KGIs, KPIs, and KRIs

Risk response and mitigation & Risk and Control Monitoring and Reporting.

NIST SP 800-53 Revision 4

NIST SP 800-37 Revision 1 and 2

Risk: Attackers and types of attacks – Part 1.

Risk: Attackers and types of attacks – Part 2.

BCP – Business Continuity Planning – Part 1.

BCP – Business Continuity Planning – Part 2.

BCP – BIA (Business Impact Analysis).

Domain 1 what we covered.

Domain 1 study guides


CISSP Domain 2 – DONE

Domain 2 what we will be covering.

The information life cycle.

Data classification and clearance.

The 3 states of data (data at rest, data in motion, and data in use).

Data handling, data storage, and data retention.

Mission, data, system owners, and data custodians.

Memory and data remanence.

Data remanence and destruction.

Data security frameworks.

Domain 2 what we covered.

Domain 2 study guides

CISSP Domain 3 – DONE

Domain 3 what we will be covering.

Security models and concepts – introduction.

Security models and concepts – part 1

Security models and concepts – part 2

Security evaluation models

Secure system design concepts

Hardware architecture

Secure operating systems and software architecture

Virtualization, Cloud, and Distributed Computing – Part 1

Virtualization, Cloud, and Distributed Computing – Part 2

Virtualization, Cloud, and Distributed Computing – Part 3

Virtualization, Cloud, and Distributed Computing – Part 4

IOT (Internet Of Things)

Emanations and covert channels.

Malware part 1

Malware part 2

Web architecture and attacks

Database security

Mobile device security

Industrial Control Systems

Introduction to Cryptography part 1

Introduction to Cryptography part 2

The history of cryptography part 1

The history of cryptography part 2

The encryption we use today

Symmetric encryption part 1

Symmetric encryption part 2

Asymmetric encryption part 1

Asymmetric encryption part 2

Hashing part 1

Hashing part 2

Attacks on our cryptography part 1

Attacks on our cryptography part 2

Attacks on our cryptography part 3

Digital signatures

MAC, HMAC, SSL, and TLS

IPSec and PGP

Physical security part 1

Physical security part 2

Physical security part 3

Physical security part 4

Physical security part 5

Physical security part 6

Site selection part 1

Site selection part 2

Media storage

Asset tracking and hardware hardening

Electricity

Fire suppression and hot and cold aisles

Heat, Flame, Particle, and Smoke Detectors

Personnel safety

Fire suppression

Domain 3 what we covered.

Domain 3 study guides

CISSP Intro course – Actively being updated – Videos uploaded

How to design your career and certification path

The 4 things you need to pass your CISSP certification

How to find your study materials – Videos and books

How to find your study materials – Free resources

How to find your study materials – Practice questions

What I would get if I was studying for the CISSP

How to build your study plan

How to use practice questions, deconstruct them, and time management – part 1

How to use practice questions, deconstruct them, and time management – part 2


Safari:
Updates are sent a full domain at a time, how long Safari takes before they update the content I can’t speculate on.

Sent to Safari:
CISSP Domain 1

CISSP Domain 2

CISSP Domain 3


Being recorded next: Domain 4

Domain 4 – What we will be covering

Networking basics and definitions

The OSI model

The TCP-IP model

IP addresses and port numbers part 1

IP addresses and port numbers part 2

IP support protocols

Cable types

LAN topologies

WAN protocols

SAN and VoIP protocols

WIFI

Bluetooth

Layer 1 to 3 networking devices

Layer 3 routing protocols

Firewalls

Modems

Network authentication protocols

Secure communications

What we covered in Domain 4




CISSP

Domain 5 – all (record, edit, subtitles, study guides)

Domain 6 – all (record, edit, subtitles, study guides)

Domain 7 – all (record, edit, subtitles, study guides)

Domain 8 – all (record, edit, subtitles, study guides)

CISM

Domain 1 – all (record, edit, subtitles, study guides)

Domain 2 – all (record, edit, subtitles, study guides)

Domain 3 – all (record, edit, subtitles, study guides)

Domain 4 – all (record, edit, subtitles, study guides)

Q: In which order are you redoing the courses?
A: We are redoing the CISSP courses first starting with domain 1, then we will do the CISM courses.

Q: How will this happen?
A: We will record one domain at a time.

Q: How are they being updated?
A: Video on ThorTeaches.com and Udemy.com will be uploaded as soon as they are completed. New videos are being added daily. When they are recorded, edited, and subtitles are completed. 

For videos on Safari we give them 1 domain at a time as soon as the entire domain is done, how long it takes them to upload I have no clue.

Q: If I already have your courses do I need to buy the new versions?
A: No, the update is being done in place, at no extra charge, you have already paid for them. 
The same when the CISSP curriculum updates in 2021, also no charge for the updated content.

Q: When will the updates be completed?
A: The plan is for the CISSP courses to be done by mid-November and CISM by late-December. It being 2020, that may change.