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Newcomer III

Re: CISSP CERTIFICATION

Thanks a lot for the information shared.
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Newcomer III

Re: CISSP CERTIFICATION

Thanks a lot 😊
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Newcomer III

Re: CISSP CERTIFICATION

It's always good to have some type of security background when trying for the CISSP.

 

Remember, this is a graduate level certification. The Security+ is for entry level admins. What the CISSP shows is that you have been in the trenches and now you have some experience with Security management. When I first took the CISSP, I failed the exam because I hadn't gotten out of network administrator mode. And the test questions do test that. You have to look at the exam from a manager's point of view. I would suggest being in the field for a few years before taking the exam.

 

Stpn2me

CISSP, CAP

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Newcomer III

Re: CISSP CERTIFICATION

Thanks a lot 😊
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Newcomer I

Re: CISSP CERTIFICATION

Security+ is a great start it covers material in quite a few of the CISSP domains. Pending where you get your training, you can gain a good understanding of: Cryptography; OSI model gaining exposure to network security; compliance and operational security; threats and vulnerabilities; application-data-and host security; most importantly access control and identity management. You gain this knowledge and you will be well on your CISSP journey. However, remember it's a huge commitment so prioritized your time appropriately. Wishing you the best...