Hi All ,
I passed CCSP exam on 3 Sept 2019. I would like to share my experience. I studied ISC2 Official Study guide and the CBK. I also took ISC2 published official question bank.
With the new pattern from 1 Aug the exam duration is reduced to 3 hours and that can be a risky affair for those who are planning and preparing. It took me exact 3 hours and I could hardly finish review of 3 questions that I had marked for review.
Make sure that while preparing you ensure to complete well within 3 hours so that at the time of exam you are on safe side. 4 hours is little too much but 3 hours is little less sufficient for you to come back and review in case you have some answers doubtful.
I passed CISSP 10 years back and that was on paper , no computers and 6 hours so very exhaustive hence won't compare that with CCSP but yes if you are already CISSP then you have a very good chance of clearing this exam.
There are some common areas between CISSP and CCSP but there are some areas/topics that are very specific for CCSP like service models and delivery models, cloud specific risks etc. so the scope and focus is what you need to be aware while preparing for this exam.
ISC2 exam prep questions are good for the alignment of your thought process for the actual exam.
best luck to all those who are planning to take this exam.
Congratulations. I am preparing for completing ccsp certification. I am reading following books. I am not sure whether these are the latest books. Could you please look into the following books names and confirm whether these are the latest books or not. Also please mention what are the books and tests and question banks should follow to pass the exam.
Thanks a lot.
ccsp isc2 Certified Cloud Security Professional Official Study Guide ( total 374 pages )
All in one CCSP ® Certified Cloud Security Professional EXAM GUIDE ( total 428 pages )
The Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CCSP CBK, 2nd Edition By Adam Gordon (Publisher: Sybex)
CCSP Certified Cloud Security Professional Practice Exams by Daniel Carter Publisher: McGraw-Hill Release Date: March 2018 ISBN: 9781260031362
Also could you please tell about the exam pattern. how many questions are there. Are all the questions are multiple choice questions or drag and drop questions ... etc. how much we should scope to pass this exam.
My contact no is #######. Could you please send your contact number.
Appreciate quick response .... Request you please mention the books which you have followed to pass the exam along with book name, edition, publisher. Also please contact @##########
> baburaomca (Viewer II) posted a new reply in Certifications on 09-07-2019 11:02
> Appreciate quick response .... Request you please mention the books which you
> have followed to pass the exam along with book name, edition, publisher.
"Security Engineering" by Ross Anderson. (Actually, anything by Ross Anderson
is good, but "Security Engineering" will get you through the exam.)
> please contact @#######
The outer burbs of Toronto? (Lemme guess: Markham. I used to teach a lot in
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
"If you do buy a computer, don't turn it on." - Richards' 2nd Law
"Robert Slade's Guide to Computer Viruses" 0-387-94663-2
"Viruses Revealed" 0-07-213090-3
"Software Forensics" 0-07-142804-6
"Dictionary of Information Security" Syngress 1-59749-115-2
============= for back issues:
[Base URL] site http://victoria.tc.ca/techrev/
CISSP refs: [Base URL]mnbksccd.htm
PC Security: [Base URL]mnvrrvsc.htm
Security Dict.: [Base URL]secgloss.htm
Security Educ.: [Base URL]comseced.htm
Book reviews: [Base URL]mnbk.htm
I read below mentioned books:
1. The Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CCSP CBK, 2nd Edition-12. CCSP Official Study Guide by Brian T. O'Hara and Ben Malisow3. CCSP® Official (ISC)2® Practice Tests by Ben Malisow, publisher 'SYbex'
please go through them at least twice before you appear for the exam,
Hope this helps.
yes you are right. I also read the same books that you mentioned. In fact I did not read the All in One guide.I just read the official study guide and the CBK and the official question bank.
I'm preparing as well and find the ISC2 Official Study Guide is written very well and I notice the layout reinforces the domain concepts as you progress thru each chapter; included are summaries, tips, labs, etc. Do you really feel you needed to read "The Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CCSP CBK?"
I think you mentioned you were already a CISSP. I am too. I'm a week out from my exam date and will be going through CCSP® Official (ISC)2® Practice Tests by Ben Malisow all week. I also do security risk assessments for Cloud Vendors for my company. What do you think? Any other suggestions?
I did not complete CISSP. Now I am preparing for the CCSP Certfification. Currently i am working on Unix Shell scripting technology and trying to move towards security end. Till now i did not complete and prepare any security certifications.