The Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce is proud to welcome you to Buckeye, Arizona!
Our Mission Statement
The purpose of the Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce is to provide leadership, support local businesses and build strong partnerships dedicated to promote business, education and community interests of Buckeye.
The Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization of the business and professional community. The Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce is…
Creating a Strong Local Economy
Connecting Businesses and Customers
Promoting the Community
Advocating on behalf of Business with Government
Providing Networking Opportunities
Civic Clearing House for Local Information
Our organization is run by a board of directors elected by the Chamber's members. The Board, serving without pay, sets the policies for our Chamber. The administrative head of the Chamber is the President/CEO, a full-time paid position.
The variety of our Chamber's activities is virtually unlimited, depending on our community's needs. Our overall mission of community development is determined by our goals and our program of work.
We value your privacy, therefore your phone number will not be shared to anyone else. We do need this information because occasionally there is a problem with credit card transaction, course certification, username retrieval, etc. and we need to be able to contact you to rectify the problems. We hope you understand.
The CISSP exam assesses your knowledge of information security. Gain the knowledge you need to succeed on the certification exam with the CISSP 2013 course. Topics include the OSI model and layers, remote access, media and LAN topologies, firewalls, security protocols, and various security techniques.
The CISSP series provides certification candidates with an understanding of crucial security issues and solutions to address them. Get an overview of CISSP, its requirements, and the importance of confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Then, learn about security management training by studying
Learn all about software development in the context of information security. Topics include application issues, storage, development controls, malicious code, and methods of attack. The material is divided into categories: software development issues and storage, software development protection, and
Focus on the implementation of cryptography to solidify your understanding of the concept. Take an in-depth look at the history of cryptography, its uses, and its role in confidentiality, integrity, and authentication, as well as more advanced concepts such as transposition ciphers, steganography, substitution
Obtaining your CISSP certification ensures that you're trained in information security concepts and skills. Explore the security architecture and design by studying its organization, machine operation, protection mechanisms, and security models. Also, learn about security evaluation criteria, common
Once a network is set up and configured, it is the administrator’s responsibility to ensure that network operations, or day-to-day activities, are executed correctly and safely. Learn about administrative management, operation controls, auditing, monitoring, intrusion detection, threats, and countermeasures
When a disaster occurs on a network due to attack or some other issue, network administrators must have a plan for restoring and re-securing the network. Learn how to create a disaster recovery plan, and how to execute it by training all network security administrators, walking through the checklist,
Study the laws and regulations on security, and learn about the different types of computer crime in Legal Regulations, Investigations, and Compliance 2013. Topics covered include the different kinds of attacks, various laws and types of incidents, and how to respond to these. Ensure that you're legally
Deepen your understanding of crucial CISSP security concepts and issues. Physical (Environmental) Security focuses on physical security threats, facility requirements as in security policies and a critical path analysis, physical security controls, environmental issue, and ways to implement physical
Concentrate on Access Control. Start with the basics by studying the concepts of least privilege, accountability, and physical, logical, and administrative access. You will also explore the topics of data classification, Access Control techniques, Access Control Implementation, identification, authentication,
Prove that you are prepared for (ISC)²’s Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification exam. You’ll demonstrate your proficiency in the principles, techniques, and tools involved in securing data that’s collected and distributed within hardware and software systems. Test Me