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Viewer II

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

Hi Fernando,

I have been doing this for a few years with my team.  I have cross-trained my team in forensics and incident response, and I assign junior staff to work with senior staff.  I think it is very necessary to do nowadays with the low numbers of security professionals available.  I also feel that growing staff this way helps with team building, career growth, and overall value of the job for retaining highly skilled staff.

Viewer II

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

Yep, many years of experience, then a weeks boot camp and final day exam. The experience means the questions can be answered from experience, the boot camp is there to remind, and fill in gaps if your experience doesn’t cover all the bases. And also for community and support!

Contributor I

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

Well done

Contributor I

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

Good. Well done

Contributor I

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

Good strategy

Viewer

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

I wrote a blog article a while back on good exam technique. It may help you work out your strategy, so check it out at https://easycyber.net/2017/06/21/good-exam-technique-explained/

 

Contributor I

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

Good

Contributor I

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

Well done

Contributor I

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

 

Everyone that passed CISSP and earned CISSP has working experience. Its a requirement

Contributor I

Re: What Strategy did you use to prepare for and eventually pass your CISSP?

Thank you for sharing your experience