According to ISC2 exam sitting rules , you should have identification proof which contains both photo and signature . But I don't have any such id proof which has both the aspects together ? What should be done?
Driver License, passport , etc.
Well, you are going to need that type of identification with your signature and your photo.
Its standard nowadays to take any certification exam.
Additionally, its common sense, you are taking a cybersecurity certification exam. You do need to identify yourself and also be able to proof and verify who you are in able to be authorized to take the certification exam.
You can use a drivers license, personal ID, a passport or any other document with your photo and signature. But you do need to follow the global standards to identify and verify who you are.
You can confirm what I am telling you, by reading the registration process at the following link:
Until now I haven't heard of any other way to do it. You may want to also confirm with a community manager.
According to ISC2 exam sitting rules, you should have identification proof which contains both photo and signature. But I don't have any such id proof which has both the aspects together? What should be done?
Identification does not need to be government issued. The (ISC)² rules spell out few other options, such as a credit card, work/school ID.
Since you will be testing at a Pearson VUE facility, you might also want to make sure you also meet the Pearson VUE rules because one can never be sure which rule the gatekeeper will chose to follow.
What should be done?... both sites recommend contacting them ahead of time to work out any issues. You can either do that, or you can work on getting compliant identification. Personally, I would do the latter.
These ID proofs are generally accepted -->
If you are from India, let me know in Dms, and I can help you understand what more ID proofs will be eligible at test centers in India.