Integris wishes to recognize Matt Lee, Director of Technology and Security, on his recent certification of Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
The CISSP is a high-level security certification issued by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2). The CISSP is one of the most elite certifications an IT specialist can achieve, and Matt is one of only 141,600 IT specialists world-wide to hold it.
The CISSP certification covers engineering aspects of information security systems throughout the life cycle of the systems development. It was created to ensure that IT security specialists have standardized knowledge in their field.
The CISSP consists of 250 questions spanning ten different areas of expertise including telecommunications and networking security, access control systems and methodology, ethics, security architecture application and systems development, cryptology, and several other categories. The exam has a first-time pass rate of only 20%.
To attain the CISSP, participants must pass the exam with a minimum of 700 out of 1000 points and have five years of experience as a full-time security analyst in two or more of the eight domains covered under the CISSP, such as security and risk management, identity and access management, asset security, and security operations.
Matt Lee’s most recent achievement is proof of his continued commitment and dedication to the IT industry and to Integris. Congratulations to Matt on his latest step in IT excellence!