CCSK: Certified Cloud Security Knowledge

This Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) Certification Training course is perfect for students who want to gain a comprehensive understanding of cloud security. The Cloud Security Alliance CCSK certification exam will be covered in depth, as well as important topics such as Governance and Risk Management, the Cloud Architectural Framework, and Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery.

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Without internship



this course includes

9 Training Hours

62 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

14 Topics

89 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll




Governance and Enterprise Risk


 Legal Issues- Contracts and Electronic


Compliance and Audit Management


Information Management and Data Security


Interoperability and Portability


Traditional Security, Business Continuity, and Disaster Recovery


Data Center Operations


Incident Response


Application Security


Encryption and Key Management


Identity, Entitlement, and Access Management




Security as a Service

Unlock the realm of cloud security expertise and pave your path to success with our comprehensive Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) Certification Training

Designed for those who are eager to gain a profound understanding of cloud security, this course equips you with the knowledge needed to excel in the world of cloud computing. Immerse yourself in in-depth CCSK exam preparation and delve into vital subjects, including Governance and Risk Management, the Cloud Architectural Framework, and Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery.



Cloud Security Overview-Part1
Cloud Security Overview-Part2
Cloud Diagrams
Cloud Services

Governance and Enterprise Risk

Risk Management
Corporate Governance
Enterprise Risk Management
Risk Management Balance Process Supply Chain Security
ERM Incidents Recommendations-Part1
ERM Incidents Recommendations-Part2
ERM Incidents Recommendations-Part3

Legal Issues- Contracts and Electronic

 Cloud Legal Issues-Part1
Cloud Legal Issues-Part2
Cloud Legal Issues-Part3

Compliance and Audit Management

Compliance And Audit
Audit Recommendations
Audit Requirements

Information Management and Data Security

 Information And Security
Information Governance Classification
Data Security
Protecting Data Moving
Client Database Encryption
PaaS Encryption

Interoperability and Portability

Interoperability And Portability
Interoperability Recommendations
Portability Recommendations
Recommendations SAAS

Traditional Security, Business Continuity, and Disaster Recovery

Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery
Assessing CSP Security
Equipment Maintenance

Data Center Operations

Data Center Operations

Incident Response

Incident Response
C.E.R.- Containment, Eradication, And Recovery

Application Security

Application Security
Security Testing
Audit Compliance
Security Assurance Recommendations

Encryption and Key Management

Encryption And Key Management
Content Aware Encryption
Storage Of Keys

Identity, Entitlement, and Access Management

Building Access Control
Intro To Identity
Entitlement Process
Trust With Identity
Recommendations For Identity Management


Hypervisor And Virtual Machine
Inter-Virtual Machine Attacks
Virtual Machine Encryption
Virtual Machine Recommendations And Requirements

Security as a Service

Security As A Service
Security Offerings
Intrusion Detection Prevention
Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery
European CCSK
Top Security Benefits
European Legal Based Issues

Why become a Cybersecurity Engineer?

Growing Demand for Cybersecurity Professionals

The field of cybersecurity is experiencing rapid growth, driven by the escalating number and complexity of cyber threats. Both public and private sectors are investing heavily in cybersecurity measures to protect sensitive information and secure critical infrastructure. This increased investment has created a substantial demand for cybersecurity professionals, and the job market is teeming with opportunities. By becoming a cybersecurity engineer, you position yourself at the forefront of a booming industry with a multitude of career prospects.

Lucrative Salaries and Career Advancement

Cybersecurity professionals are highly sought after, and as a result, they enjoy attractive salaries and excellent benefits. The specialized skills and expertise required in this field command a premium in the job market. Furthermore, as you gain experience and demonstrate your capabilities, the potential for career advancement becomes significant. Cybersecurity engineers can progress to leadership positions, such as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), and take on strategic roles in shaping an organization's security posture.

Global Relevance and Job Security

Cybersecurity is a global concern affecting organizations of all sizes and industries worldwide. The need for cybersecurity professionals extends beyond borders, making it a globally relevant field. By becoming a cybersecurity engineer, you equip yourself with skills that are in demand not only locally but also internationally. Job security in the field of cybersecurity is robust, as the increasing threat landscape ensures a constant need for skilled professionals to protect against attacks and mitigate risks.

Continuous Learning and Growth

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Opportunities for growth

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Upon completing the class, I felt confident and prepared to embark on a career in cybersecurity. The skills and knowledge I acquired have already proven invaluable, as I find myself better equipped to tackle real-world challenges and contribute to the protection of digital assets.


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Your Questions, Answered

What will I learn from the Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) Certification Training course?

This course will give you a comprehensive understanding of cloud security. You’ll cover major domains such as Governance and Risk Management, the Cloud Architectural Framework, and Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery. By the end of the course, you should have a solid understanding of cloud computing, its security challenges, and be able to confidently navigate topics like elasticity, resiliency, measured usage, and aspects of virtualization used in cloud computing.

What is the importance of the Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) certification?

If you’re moving into the cloud security space, the CCSK certification is highly respected and can give you a deeper understanding of data safety in the cloud. It’s also required if you’re interested in becoming certified in a service provider or job role. Plus, earning the CCSK certification helps you gain extensive expertise in constructing a cloud security plan in line with authorized protocols, which includes best practices for IAM and application security, data encryption procedures, and basics for protecting developing technologies.

What is the course structure of the CCSK Certification Training?

The course is divided into 14 modules, each focusing on a different aspect of cloud security. These include Architecture, Governance and Enterprise Risk, Legal Issues, Compliance and Audit Management, Information Management and Data Security, Interoperability and Portability, Traditional Security, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, Data Center Operations, Incident Response, Application Security, Encryption and Key Management, Identity, Entitlement, and Access Management, Virtualization, and Security as a Service​.

Who is the instructor for the CCSK Certification Training course?

The course is taught by Dean Bushmiller, a lead instructor for Expanding Security. He has over 20 years of experience in technology and security, with a special focus on CISSP and security training. His consulting experience spans a variety of areas, including accounting systems, inventory control, migrations, and patch management​.

Is this course good for beginners or do I need some prior knowledge or experience?

While the course does cover the fundamentals of cloud security, it’s geared towards students who want to gain a comprehensive understanding of the topic, so having some basic knowledge of cloud computing or information security could be beneficial.

What will I get upon completing the course? On completing the course, you’ll be prepared to take the Cloud Security

On completing the course, you’ll be prepared to take the Cloud Security Alliance CCSK certification exam. This means you’ll have a thorough understanding of cloud security, including cloud computing architecture, identity and access management, and aspects of virtualization. You’ll also have a high level of confidence with concepts like elasticity, resiliency, and measured usage in cloud computing.