Mile2’s IS Certification & Accreditation Professional training teaches the process of certifying, reviewing and accrediting an information system(IS). What does it take to have a certified and accredited information system in accordance with DIACAP Instruction 8510.01? This course is designed to provide a complete guide to establishing a certifiable and accredited information system in any organization. Therefore, it will give you standards to measure the skills required of specific members of an organization in order to certify, review and accredit the IS security. These critical decisions are essential in making sure that the security of the IS outweighs the potential risks to an organization from any internal or external threats.
Specifically, this IS Certification & Accreditation Professional, ISCAP, training was designed for the individuals who are responsible for creating and implementing the processes used to evaluate risk and institute security baselines and requirements.
Over the course of three-days training you will develop the skills and your team will need to recognize and construct a IS Certification & Accreditation program for new or legacy systems in accordance with the DIACAP Instruction 8510.01. This course also covers the ISC2 CAP course objectives.
Certification and Accreditation Professional
Security Leadership Officer
Red VS Blue
Live Class Duration: 3 Days
* Live Virtual Training
Suggested Prior Knowledge:
* 12 months experience in Information Systems
* Mile2 ISCAP
* ISC2 CAP®
CAP is a registered trademark of ISC2
* IS Security Officers
* Authorizing Officials Information Owners
* Certifiers and Security Control Assessors
* Information Systems Owners
* Project Managers
* User and Business Representatives
* Government Employees
Upon completion, Information Systems Certification and Accreditation Professional students will be able to establish a certified and accredited (authorized) information system in any organization according to current best practices and Federal standards. Students will also be ready to take the ISCAP exam given by Mile2.
All Mile2 certifications will be awarded a 3-year expiration date.
There are two requirements to maintain Mile2 certification:
1) Pass the most current version of the exam for your respective existing certification
2) Earn 20 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) per year. You may submit your CEUs in your Mile2 inbox. These CEUs must fall under “Qualify Continuing Educational Activities).
Visit our certification renewal page for more information.
The Information Systems Certification and Accreditation Professional (ISCAP) exam is taken online through Mile2’s Assessment and Certification System (“MACS”), which is accessible on your mile2.com account. The exam will take 2 hours and consist of 100 multiple choice questions.
NO. You do not have to purchase a course to purchase a certification exam.
All of our courses can be taken independently. In order to help guide our students on their cybersecurity career journey we have developed the Mile2 Certification Roadmap.
This helpful resource maps specific courses to Role-based career tracks.