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Train For Your CISSP Certificate With James Michael Stewart

Security concept: shield with keyhole on digital backgroundThe CISSP Certificate is one of the most popular Information Security certificates around. You need to prepare well for the certification exam so you can pass on your first attempt. Ashford Global IT (AGIT) offers you the opportunity to train with one of the best CISSP trainers in the U.S. – James Michael Stewart.

About James M. Stewart

James Michael Stewart is an IT professional and trainer who has been in the industry for over 16 years. With over 10,000 hours spent conducting different training sessions, James M. Stewart is an accomplished instructor and certainly the right person to train you for this certification. Besides providing training sessions around the nation, James has also been in charge of providing IT training for the U.S. Military. Furthermore, he has written as well as contributed to different publications including Sybex/Wiley’s CISSP: Certified Information Systems Security Professional Study Guide, 4th Edition and TestOut’s CISSP Practice Exam.

The Benefits of CISSP Training at Ashford Global IT

In addition to being trained by James Michael Stewart, students enrolled in the CISSP training course at AGIT will receive a recently updated CISSP study guide which has been revised by James himself, the complete set of lecture slide notes, and 1500 practice exam questions. Upon successful completion of the CISSP training course, students will be fully prepared to pass the CISSP Certification exam.

Moreover, AGIT offers students a competitive price for their training needs as well as a Success Guarantee. This Success Guarantee permits students to re-attend an open-enrollment class at no cost if they do not successfully pass the certification exam on their first attempt.

Enroll today at Ashford Global IT to become a CISSP!

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