I am a CCIE and when i was doing my CCIE with Cisco they have proper path like first i have to do (CCNA then CCNP then go to CCIE and then the LAB exam)
But when i am trying to search the same to reach till CISSP i cannot get any path.
Can anyone guide me what is the STEP 1 like (CCNA) then STEP 2 like (CCNP) then STEP 3 like (CCIE)
Please guide the same.
It doesn't work that way since the certifications offered by (ISC)2 have different focus.
I'd say the only "path" similar to what you have in mind is STEP 1 get CISSP, then STEP2 get the specific concentration, such as ISSAP, ISSEP, or ISSMP.
There are other qualifications that you could take before the CISSP. You might take the compTIA exams for example or the SSCP. But for the most part ISC2 exams are standalone, with the exception of the CISSP concentrations.
Since you mentioned CCIE, so using Cisco as an example: CyberOps Professional
Do you need CyberOps Associate before CyberOps Professional? No
Is it step1 CyberOps Associate ; Step 2 CyberOps Professional? No
Several people in the community told me they passed CompTIA Cysa+ before attempt exam for CyberOps Professional. Does that mean we all need to study and pass CompTIA Cysa+ before doing CyberOps? No.
Cisco website stated the prerequisites:
"There are no formal prerequisites for Cisco Certified CyberOps Professional, but you should have a good understanding of the exam topics before taking the exam.
Candidates often also have three to five years of experience implementing enterprise networking solutions."
It's a certification designed for professionals with 3-5 years experience in the CyberOps; similar logic apply here with certifications such as CISSP. Check the knowledge area the exam covered, know what the certification expected from candidate, understand the exam topics. If you want to study and attempt other exam/obtain other certification with overlapping knowledge area, sure. But it's not required.
@Arshad Perhaps a fuller explanation would make more sense. It doesn't make sense to look at particular qualifications in isolation even if there are not pre-requisites for taking the exams, It makes more sense to me to look at them as part of a journey through your career in infosec. I'd taken graduate and post graduate qualifications before entering IT, then worked in IT for 10 years before starting in security. During that time I picked up a lot of knowledge through work, which for the most part wasn't formally certified. I then worked on implementing an ISO27001 ISMS, then as an infosec consultant. By the time I took the CISSP I was about 8 years into my InfoSec career, with the CISSP concentrations taken 3 and 4 years after that. Alongside that I'd picked up qualifications in project/programme management, risk management and auditing. So the CISSP is just one of many qualifications you might pick up during your career, but it really goes hand in hand with your practical career experience.