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Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

My Preparation and experience was different for CISSP CAT Exam taken on 01/10/2018.

Feel Free to reach out to me if you are interested in learning more.

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Newcomer I

Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

Congrats and thanks for sharing your guide!

 

Filippos

Newcomer II

Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

Good to know!  I took the SSCP Prep course through Global Knowledge in 2015.  I understood the concepts but haven't taken the test yet as the closest testing facility is about 2 hours away and the certification isn't necessarily required for the job I am doing. 

 

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Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

Congratulations Simon.
Thank you very much for your long list of resources, very helpful indeed.
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Newcomer II

Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

Congratulations Simon.

 

agree with your study recommendations.

 

I passed my CISSP for the second time in 2014 and I used the heck out of the Cybex books for review.

 

I passed the the CCSP test a couple of week ago and am waiting for my final validation.

 

-Gary

Newcomer I

Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

Hi Buddy,

So GDPR is included in this exam?

 

I am kind of confuse between the DDPR and GDPR.

 

Thank yuo

Contributor I

Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

I don't think GDPR is mentioned as such. So far I didn't see it in the official study book.

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Nagarajan Viswanathan (Raj)
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Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

> laracissp (Viewer) posted a new reply in Certifications on 02-21-2019 12:02 AM

> Hi Buddy, So GDPR is included in this exam?   I am kind of confuse between the
> DDPR and GDPR.

GDPR basically has the original seven DDPR requirements with th addition of
accountability, and an added list of suggested actions to take.

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