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Number of questions : 125
Format : Multiple Choice
Passing scores : 700 out of 1000 points
Exam availability : English
Testing center : Pearson VUE Testing Center
(ISC) and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) developed the Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP)
credential to ensure that cloud security professionals have the required knowledge, skills, and abilities in
cloud security design, implementation, architecture, operations, controls, and compliance with regulatory
frameworks. A CCSP applies information security expertise to a cloud computing environment and
demonstrates competence in cloud security architecture, design, operations, and service orchestration. This
professional competence is measured against a globally recognized body of knowledge. The CCSP is a standalone credential that complements and builds upon existing credentials and educational programs, including
(ISC)s Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and CSAs Certificate of Cloud Security
The Topics included in the CCSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) ensure its relevancy across all disciplines
in the field of cloud security. Successful candidates are competent in the following 6 domains:
• Cloud Concepts, Architecture and Design
• Cloud Data Security
• Cloud Platform & Infrastructure Security
• Cloud Application Security
• Cloud Security Operations
• Legal, Risk and Compliance
Cloud Concepts, Architecture and Design
1.1 Understand Cloud Computing Concepts
» Cloud Computing Definitions
» Cloud Computing Roles (e.g., cloud service customer, cloud service provider, cloud service partner, cloud service broker)
» Key Cloud Computing Characteristics (e.g., on-demand self-service, broad network access, multi-tenancy,
rapid elasticity and scalability, resource pooling, measured service)
» Building Block Technologies (e.g., virtualization, storage, networking, databases, orchestration)
1.2 Describe Cloud Reference Architecture
1.3 Understand Security Concepts Relevant to Cloud Computing
1.4 Understand Design Principles of Secure Cloud Computing
» Cloud Secure Data Lifecycle
» Cloud based Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity (BC) planning
» Cost Benefit Analysis
» Functional Security Requirements (e.g., portability, interoperability, vendor lock-in)
» Security Considerations for Different Cloud Categories (e.g., Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a
Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS))
1.5 Evaluate Cloud Service Providers
» Verification Against Criteria (e.g., International Organization for Standardization/International
Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 27017, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS))
» System/subsystem Product Certifications (e.g., Common Criteria (CC), Federal Information Processing
Standard (FIPS) 140-2)
» Cloud Computing Activities
» Cloud Service Capabilities (e.g., application
capability types, platform capability types,
infrastructure capability types)
» Cloud Service Categories (e.g., Software as a
Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS),
Platform as a Service (PaaS))
» Cloud Deployment Models (e.g., public, private,
» Cloud Shared Considerations (e.g.,
interoperability, portability, reversibility,
availability, security, privacy, resiliency,
performance, governance, maintenance and
versioning, service levels and Service Level
Agreements (SLA), auditability, regulatory)
» Impact of Related Technologies (e.g., machine
learning, artificial intelligence, blockchain,
Internet of Things (IoT), containers, quantum
» Cryptography and Key Management
» Access Control
» Data and Media Sanitization (e.g., overwriting,
» Network Security (e.g., network security groups)
» Virtualization Security (e.g., hypervisor security,
» Common Threats
2.1 Describe Cloud Data Concepts
» Cloud Data Life Cycle Phases
» Data Dispersion
2.2 Design and Implement Cloud Data Storage Architectures
» Storage Types (e.g. long term, ephemeral, raw-disk)
» Threats to Storage Types
2.3 Design and Apply Data Security Technologies and Strategies
2.4 Implement Data Discovery
» Structured Data
» Unstructured Data
2.5 Implement Data Classification
» Sensitive data (e.g., Protected Health Information (PHI), Personally Identifiable Information (PII),
card holder data)
2.6 Design and Implement Information Rights Management (IRM)
» Objectives (e.g., data rights, provisioning, access models)
» Appropriate Tools (e.g., issuing and revocation of certificates)
Cloud Data Security
» Encryption and Key Management
» Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
» Data Obfuscation
» Data De-identification (e.g., anonymization)
2.7 Plan and Implement Data Retention, Deletion and Archiving Policies
» Data Retention Policies
» Data Deletion Procedures and Mechanisms
» Data Archiving Procedures and Mechanisms
» Legal Hold
2.8 Design and Implement Auditability, Traceability and Accountability of Data Events
» Definition of Event Sources and Requirement of Identity Attribution
» Logging, Storage and Analysis of Data Events
» Chain of Custody and Non-repudiation
Comprehend Cloud Infrastructure Components
3.2 Design a Secure Data Center
» Logical Design (e.g., tenant partitioning, access control)
» Physical Design (e.g. location, buy or build)
» Environmental Design (e.g., Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), multi-vendor pathway
3.3 Analyze Risks Associated with Cloud Infrastructure
3.4 Design and Plan Security Controls
3.5 Plan Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity (BC)
Cloud Platform and Infrastructure
» Physical Environment
» Network and Communications
» Management Plane
» Risk Assessment and Analysis
» Cloud Vulnerabilities, Threats and
» Virtualization Risks
» Counter-measure Strategies
» Physical and Environmental Protection (e.g.,
» System and Communication Protection
» Virtualization Systems Protection
» Identification, Authentication and Authorization
in Cloud Infrastructure
» Audit Mechanisms (e.g., log collection, packet
» Risks Related to the Cloud Environment
» Business Requirements (e.g., Recovery
Time Objective (RTO), Recovery Point
Objective (RPO), Recovery Service Level
» Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery
» Creation, Implementation and Testing
4.1 Advocate Training and Awareness for Application Security
» Cloud Development Basics
» Common Pitfalls
» Common Cloud Vulnerabilities
4.2 Describe the Secure Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Process
» Business Requirements
» Phases and Methodologies
4.3 Apply the Secure Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
4.4 Apply Cloud Software Assurance and Validation
» Functional Testing
» Security Testing Methodologies
4.5 Use Verified Secure Software
» Approved Application Programming Interfaces (API)
» Supply-chain Management
» Third Party Software Management
» Validated Open Source Software
» Avoid Common Vulnerabilities During
» Cloud-specific Risks
» Quality Assurance
» Threat Modeling
» Software Configuration Management and
4.6 Comprehend the Specifics of Cloud Application Architecture
» Supplemental Security components (e.g., Web Application Firewall (WAF), Database Activity Monitoring
(DAM), Extensible Markup Language (XML) firewalls, Application Programming Interface (API) gateway)
» Application Virtualization and Orchestration
4.7 Design Appropriate Identity and Access Management (IAM) Solutions
» Federated Identity
» Identity Providers
» Single Sign-On (SSO)
» Multi-factor Authentication
» Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)
5.1 Implement and Build Physical and Logical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
» Hardware Specific Security Configuration Requirements (e.g., Basic Input Output System (BIOS), settings for
virtualization and Trusted Platform Module (TPM), storage controllers, network controllers)
» Installation and Configuration of Virtualization Management Tools
» Virtual Hardware Specific Security Configuration Requirements (e.g., network, storage, memory, Central
Processing Unit (CPU))
» Installation of Guest Operating System (OS) Virtualization Toolsets
5.2 Operate Physical and Logical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
5.3 Manage Physical and Logical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
Cloud Security Operations
» Access Controls for Remote Access (e.g., Remote
Desktop Protocol (RDP), Secure Terminal Access,
Secure Shell (SSH))
» Operating System (OS) Baseline Compliance
Monitoring and Remediation
» Patch Management
» Performance and Capacity Monitoring (e.g.,
network, compute, storage, response time)
» Hardware Monitoring (e.g., Disk, Central
Processing Unit (CPU), fan speed, temperature)
» Configuration of Host and Guest Operating
System (OS) Backup and Restore Functions
» Network Security Controls (e.g., firewalls,
Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), Intrusion
Prevention Systems (IPS), honeypots,
vulnerability assessments, network security
» Management Plane (e.g., scheduling,
» Configure Access Control for Local and Remote
Access (e.g., Secure Keyboard Video Mouse
(KVM), console-based access mechanisms,
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP))
» Secure Network Configuration (e.g., Virtual Local
Area Networks (VLAN), Transport Layer Security
(TLS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
(DHCP), Domain Name System (DNS), Virtual
Private Network (VPN))
» Operating System (OS) Hardening Through the
Application of Baselines (e.g., Windows, Linux,
» Availability of Stand-Alone Hosts
» Availability of Clustered Hosts (e.g., Distributed
Resource Scheduling (DRS), Dynamic
Optimization (DO), storage clusters, maintenance
mode, High Availability)
» Availability of Guest Operating System (OS)
5.4 Implement Operational Controls and Standards (e.g., Information Technology
Infrastructure Library (ITIL), International Organization for Standardization/International
Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 20000-1)
» Continuity Management
» Information Security Management
» Continual Service Improvement Management
» Incident Management
» Problem Management
» Release Management
» Deployment Management
» Configuration Management
» Service level Management
» Availability Management
» Capacity Management
Support Digital Forensics
» Forensic Data Collection Methodologies
» Evidence Management
» Collect, Acquire and Preserve Digital Evidence
Manage Communication with Relevant Parties
» Other Stakeholders
5.4 Implement Operational Controls and Standards (e.g., Information Technology
Infrastructure Library (ITIL), International Organization for Standardization/International
Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 20000-1)
5.5 Support Digital Forensics
» Forensic Data Collection Methodologies
» Evidence Management
» Collect, Acquire and Preserve Digital Evidence
5.6 Manage Communication with Relevant Parties
5.7 Manage Security Operations
» Security Operations Center (SOC)
» Monitoring of Security Controls (e.g.,
firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS),
Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), honeypots,
vulnerability assessments, network security
» Log Capture and Analysis (e.g., Security
Information and Event Management (SIEM), log
» Incident Management
Articulate Legal Requirements and Unique Risks within the Cloud Environment
6.2 Understand Privacy Issues
» Difference Between Contractual and Regulated Private Data (e.g., Protected Health Information (PHI),
Personally Identifiable Information (PII))
» Country-Specific Legislation Related to Private Data (e.g., Protected Health Information (PHI), Personally
Identifiable Information (PII))
» Jurisdictional Differences in Data Privacy
» Standard Privacy Requirements (e.g., International Organization for Standardization/International
Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 27018, Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP), General Data
Protection Regulation (GDPR))
6.3 Understand Audit Process, Methodologies, and Required Adaptations for a
Legal, Risk and Compliance
» Conflicting International Legislation
» Evaluation of Legal Risks Specific to Cloud
» Legal Framework and Guidelines
» eDiscovery (e.g., International Organization
Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 27050,
Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Guidance)
» Forensics Requirements
Internal and External Audit Controls
» Impact of Audit Requirements
» Identify Assurance Challenges of Virtualization
» Types of Audit Reports (e.g., Statement
on Standards for Attestation Engagements
(SSAE), Service Organization Control
(SOC), International Standard on Assurance
» Restrictions of Audit Scope Statements (e.g.,
Statement on Standards for Attestation
Engagements (SSAE), International Standard on
Assurance Engagements (ISAE))
» Gap Analysis
» Audit Planning
» Internal Information Security Management
» Internal Information Security Controls System
» Policies (e.g., organizational, functional, cloud
» Identification and Involvement of Relevant
» Specialized Compliance Requirements for
Highly-Regulated Industries (e.g., North
American Electric Reliability Corporation/
Critical Infrastructure Protection (NERC/CIP),
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
Act (HIPAA), Payment Card Industry (PCI))
» Impact of Distributed Information Technology
(IT) Model (e.g., diverse geographical locations
and crossing over legal jurisdictions)
Understand Implications of Cloud to Enterprise Risk Management
6.5 Understand Outsourcing and Cloud Contract Design
» Business Requirements (e.g., Service Level Agreement (SLA), Master Service Agreement (MSA), Statement
of Work (SOW))
» Vendor Management
» Contract Management (e.g., right to audit, metrics, definitions, termination, litigation, assurance,
compliance, access to cloud/data, cyber risk insurance)
» Supply-Chain Management (e.g., International Organization for Standardization/International
Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 27036)
» Assess Providers Risk Management Programs
(e.g., controls, methodologies, policies)
» Difference Between Data Owner/Controller vs.
Data Custodian/Processor (e.g., risk profile, risk
» Regulatory Transparency Requirements (e.g.,
breach notification, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX),
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR))
» Risk Treatment (i.e., avoid, modify, share, retain)
» Different Risk Frameworks
» Metrics for Risk Management
» Assessment of Risk Environment (e.g., service,
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Renamed certification to help cybersecurity professionals capitalize on the increasing global demand for governance, risk and compliance expertise
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- (ISC)² – the world's largest nonprofit association of certified cybersecurity professionals – today announced that the (ISC)² Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) certification will be renamed as the Certified in Governance, Risk and Compliance (CGRC)™, effective today. The name change aligns with the knowledge, skills and abilities covered by the test and represents an opportunity for new and existing (ISC)² members to receive professional recognition in GRC.
"The change to CGRC is an exciting example of how (ISC)² credentials can evolve over time and how they continue to add value to new and existing certification holders," said Casey Marks, Chief Qualifications Officer at (ISC)². "As the demand for GRC expertise increases globally, the rebranding of the certification will better support cybersecurity professionals on their career journey as it will appropriately demonstrate the skillset needed for a GRC role, aiding hiring efforts from employers worldwide."
The update only affects the name of the certification and does not impact the test or course content, as well as the qualifications to pursue the certification. Previously, most CAP certification holders were U.S. government professionals using the Risk Management Framework (RMF). Now the certification aims to attract global information security professionals in the public and private sectors who must demonstrate expertise in various risk management frameworks. For those that already hold the CAP certification, the digital certification and digital badge automatically update to CGRC.
(ISC)² is an international nonprofit membership association focused on inspiring a safe and secure cyber world. Best known for the acclaimed Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) certification, (ISC)² offers a portfolio of credentials that are part of a holistic, pragmatic approach to security. Our association of candidates, associates and members, nearly 330,000 strong, is made up of certified cyber, information, software and infrastructure security professionals who are making a difference and helping to advance the industry. Our vision is supported by our commitment to educate and reach the general public through our charitable foundation – The Center for Cyber Safety and Education™. For more information on (ISC)², visit www.isc2.org, follow us on Twitter or connect with us on Facebook and LinkedIn.
Wed, 15 Feb 2023 00:00:00 -0600en-UStext/htmlhttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/isc-launches-certified-governance-risk-140000692.htmlKillexams : (ISC)² Makes Certified in Cybersecurity℠ test Available in More Languages to Address Global Workforce Shortage
World's first entry-level certification is now available in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, German and Spanish. test and education available free to one million people worldwide.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- (ISC)² – the world's largest nonprofit association of certified cybersecurity professionals – today announced that the Certified in Cybersecurity℠ test is available in five additional languages, including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, German and Spanish. Previously, the entry-level certification was only offered in English. This update follows accurate language adaptations to the SSCP, CCSP and CISSP certifications in the last year. The certification, part of the association's global One Million Certified in Cybersecurity pledge, offers free Certified in Cybersecurity exams and self-paced education courses for one million people.
"We are facing a global cybersecurity workforce gap of 3.4 million professionals, and one of the greatest challenges is providing entry- and junior-level candidates with the right resources to enter the field," said Clar Rosso, CEO, (ISC)². "By expanding the Certified in Cybersecurity language offerings combined with our One Million Certified in Cybersecurity pledge, our association is taking meaningful and impactful strides to remove barriers and enable more people around the world to start a cybersecurity career."
The 2022 Cybersecurity Workforce Study revealed that more than 464,000 cybersecurity workers joined the profession in 2023. Despite the growth, the demand for cybersecurity workers outpaces the supply. In fact, China faces a shortage of 1.4 million cybersecurity professionals, and Germany needs over 100,000 cybersecurity professionals.
The Certified in Cybersecurity certification prepares a new generation of cybersecurity practitioners to enter the field – from accurate university graduates to career changers to IT professionals – seeking to validate their security skills and access pursue a new career.
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One Million Certified in Cybersecurity pledges to provide free, entry-level cybersecurity certification exams and self-paced training and educational program courses to one million new professionals starting a career in cybersecurity. 500,000 of the one million exams and course enrollments have been set aside for those within underrepresented demographics, including women and minorities. The Certified in Cybersecurity self-paced training and educational program is now available in Chinese, German and Spanish, with Japanese and Korean coming soon.
(ISC)² is an international nonprofit membership association focused on inspiring a safe and secure cyber world. Best known for the acclaimed Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) certification, (ISC)² offers a portfolio of credentials that are part of a holistic, pragmatic approach to security. Our association of candidates, associates and members, nearly 330,000 strong, is made up of certified cyber, information, software and infrastructure security professionals who are making a difference and helping to advance the industry. Our vision is supported by our commitment to educate and reach the general public through our charitable foundation – The Center for Cyber Safety and Education™. For more information on (ISC)², visitwww.isc2.org, follow us onTwitter or connect with us onFacebook andLinkedIn.
Tue, 07 Feb 2023 23:59:00 -0600en-UStext/htmlhttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/isc-makes-certified-cybersecurity-exam-140000214.htmlKillexams : How to Encourage Employees to Pursue Professional Development
Employees who pursue professional development in their careers tend to have higher productivity and job satisfaction.
Employers should create opportunities for formal and informal professional development.
Some professional development programs include “lunch and learns,” internal mentorships, company or industry expert speakers, and online programs.
This article is for small business owners, HR managers, and team leaders who want professional development ideas to help employees learn and grow.
As the worldwide business landscape evolves, responding to the whims of technology and increased competition, so does the importance of professional development programs. Designed to arm employees with new resources to succeed in their positions, even preparing them to accept additional duties within the company, these programs are gaining in popularity, complexity and necessity.
According to Steve Hawter, vice president of learning and development at The Learning Experience, professional development “controls an employee’s readiness for contributing to a company in new ways, whether the company adopts a new strategy, expands or needs change.”
To keep up with the rapid pace of change in the business world, employees must be encouraged and supported to seek refresher courses and accept new challenges.
“It is less important to learn a course or skill than to be able to adapt to new and evolving workplace challenges,” Nanette Miner, Ed.D., owner of The Training Doctor, told Business News Daily. “It is important not to remain a dinosaur in your industry to keep your job and remain valuable.”
Training vs. professional development
There are definite differences between training and professional development, said Hawter. “Training fills in a gap, but development looks to the future and growth of the company and employee.”
Professional development begins on day one of a new job, in Miner’s opinion. “For company longevity, there should be a clear career path,” she said.
Conversely, training is based on the needs of the organization at the time. While employees can co-train on a mutually agreed topic, professional development budgets have shrunk in the past few years.
“Companies are not investing in their talent,” Miner said. “My overarching belief is that more money has to be invested in self-management, ethics, communication (written and verbal) and leadership skills.”
Key takeaway:Training fills a gap, whereas professional development focuses on employee and company growth.
Importance of professional development programs
Many employers shy away from professional development programs, thinking they are unnecessary. However, there are several ways these programs can benefit not just your employees, but also your business.
Employee knowledge and advancement
Beyond the benefits of supplemental training for one’s job, professional development enhances an employee’s value and ensures they remain relevant in their career field, said Steve Smith, founder and CEO of GrowthSource Coaching. Professional development can also involve an employee becoming certified in a field complementary to their current position.
Development certification is one way for staffers to demonstrate they can perform bigger and better things, upping their value to their employers and the workforce in general.
“Becoming irrelevant is the fastest way to lose your job or, if [you own] a company, have your business decline,” Smith said.
Employee job satisfaction
According to Smith, many people pursue professional development to bolster their confidence in what they do at work, “which is a noble reason to continue to develop yourself.” This confidence can translate into higher overall job satisfaction, which in turn increases employee performance, productivity and morale.
Businesses that do not offer career-building educational opportunities for their staff tend to see greater employee turnover than those that do provide those resources. Miner said that disinterest correlates to “why companies are finding hiring and retention so hard. They are not investing in professional development, and employees leave.”
Key takeaway:Professional development programs Boost employees’ knowledge, skill sets and job satisfaction, resulting in higher employee retention.
Foundations of a strong professional development program
Even the most impressive professional development program is destined to fail if a participant does not “buy into” the initiative, said Hawter. These are the two pillars of a viable professional development program:
It must offer continual development.
It must allow staffers to determine the pace of their enrichment, giving them control over their educational path.
Continued micro-learning opportunities
According to Hawter, “micro-learning” is a big buzzword in the learning and development universe. Micro-learning means an educational opportunity that focuses on small concepts.
One example of this niche learning is teaching a staffer how to connect with the mobile generation. That knowledge in particular is all the more important since an ever-increasing number of millennials and Gen Zers work remotely. Because the modern workforce comprises three or four generations, a one-size-fits-all approach to employee enrichment is simply outdated, Hawter said.
Formal and informal learning opportunities
The availability of both formal and informal professional development opportunities is imperative in today’s modern workforce. Webinars and podcasts are examples of informal learning that gives the participant total control over when they seek assistance. That is partly why informal professional development programs are more impactful when combined with formal offerings.
The best professional development programs are overseen by professional organizations, such as Dale Carnegie Training, because those workshops “focus on leadership,” said Smith. “Those programs are designed to teach new things but also provide game plans to help [companies] implement professional development in the workplace.”
Even companies that start with the best of intentions might stop fully supporting learning and development efforts over the long term, Smith said. Regular follow-ups are necessary to ensure employees are using everything they have learned to Boost their performance.
Hawter urges companies not to minimize the importance of employee development, largely because “PD ensures employees know of the company’s investment in them and demonstrates the company’s real concern” for their welfare.
Key takeaway:A strong professional development program should offer continual formal and informal employee development opportunities that match the employees’ needs.
Employee professional development ideas
As team members, your employees can work both individually and together to reach a common goal. The personal growth of each employee contributes to the success of the entire business.
According to Adrian Ridner, CEO and co-founder of Study.com, the acknowledgment of an employee’s talents and successes in fulfilling their job responsibilities builds their confidence, which increases employee retention and morale.
There are numerous ways for employees to pursue professional development. Follow these steps to find the program – or combination of programs – that works best for your team.
1. Consult employees about their developmental needs.
Addressing skill gaps among employees is essential for business owners and managers. You and your team managers or HR representatives should meet with your employees regularly to discuss each one’s job performance and areas where professional development would benefit them and the company. The conversation should include suggestions for improvement, showing the employee the company cares about them and their future.
Additionally, bouncing professional development ideas around the office empowers employees to play an important role in the program while encouraging personal and professional growth.
“Creating a culture of learning in the workplace is a shared responsibility,” Ridner said. He added that employees should feel free to suggest academic or professional development programs.
2. Form partnerships with other companies and industry speakers.
Businesses should consider forming partnerships or provide access to workplace education, like online lessons and in-house training sessions, Ridner said. You could also turn to online industry offerings or connect with experts in your field.
3. Use technology to your advantage.
It’s crucial for employees to keep pace with societal and technological developments. Since rapid technology advancements impact most industries, professionals armed with diverse skills and abilities offer more flexibility and value to employers than those whose learning has stagnated.
“With the advent of technology and online learning, it’s easier and more inexpensive than ever to foster a culture of learning in the workplace,” Ridner said.
4. Create an internal mentorship program.
According to Ridner, employers should arrange brainstorming groups or mentorship programs to help staffers connect with one another. For example, Study.com organizes 24-hour “Rockethons,” during which the company forms small teams to discuss ideas, create prototypes, Boost tools and more. [Read related article: How to Find a Mentor]
5. Start an ongoing lunch-and-learn program.
Get an expert speaker or knowledgeable team member to teach your employees in an informal lunch setting. The expert can present to the team, and then employees can engage in a creative discussion with the expert, gaining front-row knowledge on a specific topic. This is a great monthly event that can help educate employees without taking up too much of their time. Many companies pay for lunch for the employees to eat while listening to the speakers, which gives staff an incentive to come and an even more positive association with the sessions.
7. Encourage active participation.
While some staffers welcome professional development opportunities, others might be reluctant. As an employer, you should encourage educational pursuits in and out of the workplace. You could also organize initiatives to stimulate new ideas.
Key takeaway:Consult your employees on which professional development programs sound most helpful to them. Some ideas are lunch-and-learns, industry expert speakers, online courses, and/or internal mentorships.
Sammi Caramela and Skye Schooley contributed to the reporting and writing in this article. Some source interviews were conducted for a previous version of this article.
Sun, 22 Jan 2023 10:00:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://www.businessnewsdaily.com/10092-encourage-professional-development.htmlKillexams : Best Professional Liability Insurance
Thimble Insurance offers affordable and flexible professional liability insurance, which is ideal for small businesses that have changing coverage needs.
Coverage is available in a variety of different term lengths
Policies are affordable, starting at just $36 per month
Thimble serves a wide variety of professionals, including those in niche industries
Thimble Insurance is the best choice for small business professional liability insurance. The coverage is affordable, you can choose how often you want to pay, and the application process is quick and easy. As your company scales, you can easily adjust your coverage through the online customer portal.
Professional liability insurance from Thimble is available for individuals in many different professions, including pet sitters, freelancers, event managers, beauty professionals, fitness professionals, and more.
One of the best features of Thimble is the flexibility it provides in policy terms and payment options. You can buy annual coverage, or purchase insurance for individual projects that only last a few days or weeks, so you’re not paying for coverage you don’t need.
Thimble’s professional liability insurance policies start at just $36 a month, and instead of paying your premium in one lump sum, you can opt to pay monthly instead.
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Wed, 24 Mar 2021 05:22:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.investopedia.com/best-professional-liability-insurance-5116279Killexams : ISC Syllabus for Class 12 2023: obtain Revised & Reduced Syllabus PDF
ISC Class 12 Syllabus 2023: The Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) board has released the revised and reduced syllabus for the ISC Class 12th students for the 2023-2023 academic year. The ISC Class 12 board exams commenced from 12 February, and the time couldn’t be more appropriate to take one last look at the ISC Class 12 Syllabus.
ISC Syllabus 2023 for Class 12th Board Exam
ISC Class 12 Syllabus: A new year has begun, and with it, the examination season. The Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) board has released the latest and revised syllabus for the ISC Class 12th exams 2023. The ISC syllabus class 12 pdf can be downloaded from the official website of the CISCE school board. We have also covered the syllabus here in this article, where you can view and obtain the pdf of all ISC Class 12th subjects.
There aren’t many changes in the ISC Class 12 Syllabus 2023, but students should still take a look at the official syllabus. Sometimes, reading the syllabus after a while highlights the Topics that students often miss the first time. Senior secondary is an important stage of life in every student’s life and plays a critical role in deciding their future and preparing them for it. And the ISC Class 12 isn’t to be taken lightly. The ISC Class 12 syllabus is one of the most difficult syllabuses in India. Students often get lost and demotivated, just going through the extensive syllabus. But nonetheless, it’s essential to know the correct ISC syllabus for class 12 students, especially if you want to ace the final exams.
Download ISC Syllabus for Class 12 in PDF
The ISC Board syllabus is one of the most challenging and extensive in the country. But here you can obtain the syllabus of all the subjects at the same place and that too in pdf format.
The ISC Class 12th Syllabus offers several benefits to the students. It doesn’t just list the Topics and leave the readers hanging. The entire course curriculum, marking scheme, course wise marks distribution, and evaluation standards are comprehensively covered in the ISC syllabus for class 12. Both the theory and practical syllabuses are covered in depth. The ISC class 12 syllabus also includes the important test details like duration and section-wise weightage. All this information will be eternally beneficial to the ISC class 12 students.
How Does the ISC 12th Syllabus Help Students in Their Board test Preparation?
The ISC 12th Syllabus is a crucial part of all students’ test preparation. There is no point studying without knowing the correct syllabus. Doing so is a surefire way to confuse yourself and perform poorly in exams. The ISC Class 12th syllabus gives students an idea of the vastness of the course, the test weightage and the importance of Topics and evaluation standards for both theory and practical exams.
The syllabus of ISC Class 12 is the list of Topics that all students have to study in a given academic year. The ISC Class 12 syllabus of all subject in detail and in pdf format is provided on the Jagran Josh website. You can also obtain it on the official website of the CISCE board.
Can I score good marks using the ISC Class 12th Syllabus of 2023-2023?
Yes, you can score good marks in the ISC board exams 2023 using the official reduced and revised syllabus for class 12. Knowing the correct syllabus is essential to prepare well for the exams. Otherwise, students end up missing Topics and perform poorly in the exams.
Thu, 16 Feb 2023 03:30:00 -0600text/htmlhttps://www.jagranjosh.com/articles/isc-syllabus-class-12-1674566922-1Killexams : ISC Class 12 Accounts Previous Year Question Papers (2017 to 2020) obtain PDF
Accounts Previous Year Papers Class 12 ISC Board: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) board exams for the 2023 higher secondary ISC Class 12 session are here and students should go through the previous year papers now. Check here the ISC Class 12 Accounts Previous Year Question Papers from 2017 to 2020.
Download ISC Accounts Question Papers for Class 12
ISC Accounts Previous Year Question Papers for Class 12: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) conducts the final examination for the secondary ICSE Class 10 and the higher secondary ISC Class 12 annually. The ICSE exams are set to kick off from February 27, while the ISC Class 12 exams have already started from February 13. The time to go over new material has now passed, and students should instead focus on revision and practising what they’ve learned. And solving previous year question papers is just the way to do that. It helps jog the memory and gives students an idea of the test pattern and marks distribution of topics. The CISCE, like most other school boards, is also known for repeating questions from the last few years' exams. This can be helpful for all students, and even habitual low-scorers can achieve passing results by studying the important and frequently asked questions in the previous year papers. It’s a bold tactic, but quite effective.
Accounts (Code: 858) is an elective subject in ISC board class 12 and is usually chosen by commerce stream students. Accounts is a highly analytical and practice-based subject that emphasizes a lot more on the application of concepts than rote learning. Solving Accounts Class 12 previous year question papers is one of the best ways to enhance your grasp on the subject. It also helps students know the blueprint and the difficulty level of the exam, along with the length and word limit of questions. Students also learn to deftly manage their time and stress. You can check here all the Accounts previous year question papers for ISC Class 12 from 2017 to 2020 in pdf format.
Fri, 17 Feb 2023 00:27:00 -0600text/htmlhttps://www.jagranjosh.com/articles/isc-class-12-accounts-previous-year-question-papers-pdf-1676630517-1Killexams : Tippett Taking Professional Approach to OHL Season
When the Florida Panthers shipped top-prospect Owen Tippett back to Ontario Hockey League back in November, the former first-round pick didn't leave empty handed. From training camp to his NHL debut, the 18-year-old soaked it all in, hoping to carry a newfound professional approach into what he hopes will be his final junior campaign.
The biggest takeaway from his time in the NHL?
"How to be a pro and how to approach each day at the rink," Tippett told FloridaPanthers.com in a accurate telephone interview. "It's a little different once you're up at the NHL level. I took in as much as I could and then brought it back here."
The 10th overall pick in the 2017 NHL Draft, Tippett appeared in seven games with Florida. He recorded one goal and 17 shots, including a game-high seven in his debut against Philadelphia on Oct. 17. He scored his first goal on Oct. 26 against Anaheim, but was reassigned to his OHL team in Mississauga three games after that.
When asked about the biggest differences he noticed between junior and professional hockey, Tippett singled out "the speed at which things happen" as the hardest hurdle to overcome during his transition. When there's less time to think, instincts become more important - a skill that can typically only be acquired through repetition and practice.
"It's a fast game," said Tippett, who averaged 11:07 of ice time in his first stint with the Panthers. "The way the puck moves around and how everyone knows really where to be is a lot different."
Since returning to the Steelheads, however, Tippett has been on a tear.
In 48 games, Tippett has registered 33 goals and 37 assists, helping the Steelheads clinch a playoff berth in the OHL's Eastern Conference. A natural goal scorer armed with one of the best shots in junior hockey, he has seven games with at least two goals, including a pair of hat tricks.
"Obviously, his shot is what people are drawn to when they see his quick release and how heavy his shot is," Mississauga head coach James Richmond said. "But you need to be fast to play the game now and you need to be strong. His speed and strength are also paramount."
At 6-foot-2 and 204 pounds, Tippett certainly possesses an NHL-ready frame, but it has been a noticeable change in his demeanor that makes Richmond believe his top goal-scorer will be suiting up for the Panthers sooner rather than later, saying that Tippett's time the pros helped the up-and-coming star develop thicker skin and that "not that much affects him" anymore.
"He's on the right path to being an NHL-er," Richmond said. "He's gotten bigger, stronger, faster, more mature as a person and as a hockey player. He's doing all the things young guys need to do to make it to the NHL."
After getting a taste of life in the pros, Tippett said he is more determined than ever to become a full-time player for the Panthers. He's already made a few friends on the team and has followed his future squad closely during their late-season playoff push.
Simply put: whenever Steelheads have a night off, Tippett is tuning into the Panthers.
"It's been pretty crazy," he said. "A lot of heads are turning, even here." But come next season, it could be Tippett that's turning heads in South Florida.
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Tue, 07 Feb 2023 22:00:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://www.tctmd.com/conference/isc-2023Killexams : i-Pro unveiling new camera at ISC-West
TOKYO – i-Pro is coming to ISC-West this year with a new product, a camera they claim is the industry’s smallest and lightest outdoor multi-directional + PTZ camera.
Scheduled to be at booth #10037 i-PRO Co. Ltd. will be expanding their multi-sensor camera line with the WV-X86531-Z2, which i-Pro said is the smallest and lightest outdoor rated multi-PTZ of its kind in the industry featuring powerful edge AI capabilities, advanced cybersecurity, and vandal resistance for the widest possible deployment options.
“Multi-directional plus PTZ cameras are not new to the market, but i-PRO set out to make one that was more suitable to deployment in a variety of beneficial situations,” said Bill Brennan, President, i-PRO Americas. “We believe we’ve created the smallest, lightest, outdoor and vandal proof option on the market. The fact that it’s also packed with AI-enabled analytics, makes it the best camera of its type we’ve ever seen.”
The camera supports up to four 5MP multi-sensors in addition to the 2MP PTZ sensor, and boasts A.I. analytics, auto-tracking, low light performance, and resilient cybersecurity elements. For more information on this and other i-Pro products you can visit i-pro.com.
Thu, 16 Feb 2023 08:01:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://www.securitysystemsnews.com/article/i-pro-unveiling-new-camera-at-isc-westKillexams : IDIS to showcase their end-to-end video solutions with AI innovations at ISC West 2023No result found, try new keyword!IDIS, the largest manufacturer of trusted South Korean-made video tech, will focus at this year’s ISC West on advances in AI that meet ... enabling a proactive approach to surveillance monitoring, ...Tue, 07 Feb 2023 23:30:00 -0600text/htmlhttps://www.sourcesecurity.com/news/idis-showcase-end-toend-video-solutions-ai-innovations-isc-west-2023-co-10191-ga.1675860921.html
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