London, March 2021 – Netstar Projects and Professional Services Manager, Sanish, gained the prestigious CISSP security qualification this week.
CISSP stands for Certified Information Systems Security Professional. The qualification is issued by global leading cyber security organisation, (ISC)². It’s described by the Cyber Security Trends Spotlight Report 2017 as “the most valued credential among employers” and it often referred to as the gold-standard information security certification.
Projects and Professional Services Manager, Sanish, is the latest Netstar member to gain the qualification. This is an outstanding achievement that proves Sanish’s impressive breadth and depth of knowledge in an increasingly complex cyber world.
The CISSP exam assesses knowledge across 8 key security domains:
- Security and risk management
- Asset security
- Security architecture and engineering
- Communication and network security
- Identity and access management
- Security assessment and testing
- Security operations
- Software development security
To qualify, IT professionals must successfully pass the examination and have at least five cumulative years of relevant working experience within the cyber space.
Obtaining the CISSP qualification validates Sanish’s ability to effectively design, implement and manage a best-in-class cyber security program. This contributes to Netstar’s overall cyber security consultancy, proving that they have the skills and knowledge to deliver the very best cyber security solutions to their clients.
Netstar is an IT Support company based in Central London. Providing fully managed IT Support and Technology Consulting services. Founded in 2002 the company has grown significantly, now supporting over 150 clients based in London and the South East. Netstar’s core mission is Helping People Succeed Through Technology.
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