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amandavanceISC2
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Re: CISSP: Group B credits

Hello vasantpatel,

 

Yes, you are correct in the example you provided. At one time, we were enforcing the annual requirements where members had to earn a minimum of 40 CPEs each cycle year; this is not the case anymore. We recommend that members try to earn the  40 CPEs each year to stay current in their requirements and continuing their education; however, it is not required. As long as the total number of CPEs earned during the three-year cycle adds up to 120 CPEs with 90 being Group A (for CISSP members), and all three AMFs have been paid, the member will renew on time. 

 

Best - Amanda Vance

Beads
Advocate I

Re: CISSP: Group B credits

Group B has always been a subject of discussion for CISSPs - particularly new CISSPs. Where to start? Where to look? What's going to be good for me as an individual.

 

Truth is there is so much business and personal training out there with much of it as dry as toast its hard to find something that will grab my attention for 30 hours. With that here is a good start.

 

The Great Courses, Professional: https://www.thegreatcourses.com/category/professional.html?CFM=mega_menu

 

If you can't find something of interest here your in trouble. I have already bought two courses: Decision making and Influence. All courses are high quality engaging and worthwhile.

 

Since this is my third renewal this is kind of old hat for me at this point but will be interested in reading what other sources the board will come up.

 

Finally, keep this in mind. Finding something you will actually use in real life and the task will accomplish its real goal in improving your soft skills. Smiley Wink