If you weren't aware, ISC2 carried out a job task analysis a little while back for the ISSAP exam, and this has now resulted in changes to the exam which were recently published and will take effect on 14th October 2020:
A cursory review of the current and new exam outlines shows that the domains might have been reordered and renamed but are effectively the same. However, comparing the tasks/subtasks in each domain shows a number of changes across most domains. This is in stark contrast to the recent CCSP update where the changes seemed superficial - I'd go so far to say this is quite a comprehensive update, certainly in comparison to the CCSP one.
Both ISSAP exam outlines are available here:
As ever questions will arise about updated training material - particularly an updated CBK! We'll have to wait and see on that (I won't be holding my breath), so in the meantime I'd still recommend to look to the suggested reference list for your learning materials:
What we miss giving candidates, who are mid-stream in their certification journey, is a clear and concise synopsis of the CBK changes. I'd love to see (ISC)2 committed to delivering that to take the guess work out of the success equation.
I wanted to let you know we've just published a Domain Refresh Guide for the CISSP-ISSAP today so that you can more easily see the changes in the 2 versions of the exam outline.
Thanks you @KaityEagle for your reply. I downloaded the new domain changes and it seems promising. I hope to see a new CBK book as the domains have been changed a lot and even the industry is now a bit different compared the time the old CBK was released.
Since I am using CBK books for reference or as starting point sometime, it would be nice to have a new CBK books released maybe in September.
Any ETA for new books?
Hi @Terminator - I'll check to see about the CBK, since I'm not sure. I do know that the course will be updated on the date the exam changes, though.