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Newcomer III

Re: CISSP advise

Thank you for the tips.
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Newcomer III

Re: CISSP advise

Thank you for your advise, and I read your page veryn helpful and educative for CISSP preparation steps. Seriously I can hit and pass the CISSP without working 5 years or 4 years in field. I can do it based on my 5 years in Cyber Security education, videos, and seminars. We have the program covering all CISSP domain. My question is to know if they will accept my CISSP without working in the field for 4-5 years . I passed all my practices tests.
Thank you Laurie
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Newcomer III

Re: CISSP advise

I read your entire article, and i highlight this:
"You can pass the exam without the experience and become an Associate of (ISC) 2. This effectively means that you get to bank your exam for 6 years, at the end of which you must have your 4/5 years of experience in order to certify as a full CISSP. You can call yourself an Associate of (ISC)2 but cannot call yourself CISSP, or imply that you are certified in any way while you are an associate."
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Contributor I

Re: CISSP advise

In order to be proficient in Security and practice Information Security you need experience working in this domain and then you would lean the challenges and how to mitigate risks. Having a respectable credential is of great value but having hands on experience gives you confidence and would take you high in your career. 

 

So you can appear for the CISSP exam and become an associate but must work in security and in multiple domains so that you can see the holistic picture.

 

Good Luck.

Regards,
Nagarajan Viswanathan (Raj)
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Newcomer III

Re: CISSP advise

Thank you