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Newcomer III

Re: Failed CISSP - big time disappointment

Correct. This is not one of those other vendor exams and , more
importantly, bear in mind that the CISSP has a certain standing in the
world of work and with that comes an expectation of competency,
responsibility, commitment to ethical behavior etc.

Derek Lewinson, CISSP #598659
(C) 416-560-4779 | (E) djl@icgcan.com
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Community Champion

Re: Failed CISSP - big time disappointment


@Lamont29 wrote:
Maybe I have bad information... ...No need of starting a dissertation if I am incorrect. Thanks.

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Lamont Robertson
M.A., M.S., CISSP, CISA, CISM, MCSE

You've made a potentially libellous statement on a public website about a business run by a respected member of this community ( @clementdupuis ) - I think you should edit your post to remove the offending remarks!

 

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Community Champion

Re: Failed CISSP - big time disappointment

I don't know the business owner. I am speaking on the expectations of
(ISC)2 professionals. Thanks.

Lamont Robertson
Lamont Robertson
M.S., M.A., CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, CDPSE, MCSE
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Newcomer III

Re: Failed CISSP - big time disappointment

You are missing the point.

You have made a potentially libellous statement with regards to a
long-established exam preparation service provided by a respected member of
the ISC2 community with over 30 years "boots on the ground" and requisite
training experience from which many security professionals such as myself
have benefited. It is your prerogative to make such statements, but it is
ALSO your professional duty to substantiate your claim, or amend/remove
your comment.

Derek Lewinson, CISSP #598659
(C) 416-560-4779 | (E) djl@icgcan.com
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Newcomer II

Re: Failed CISSP - big time disappointment

Good morning to all, As the owner and founder of CCCure let me step in and clear the air on these unfounded allegations. The CCCure quiz engine at https://cccure.education is today the best that it has ever been. We never ever used real exam questions or brain dump from the real exam. I despite websites that do as they seriously devalue the certification and allow people without the proper knowledge and skill to pass the exam and get 4 letters after their name. We believe in the holistic approach. The reason WHY some people don't like our Quiz Engine. We want you to pass the certification but we also want you to learn knowledge and skill while doing so. This way you can be a valuable member of any team you may be employed within. That to me is a lot more important than 4 letters after your name. We have the most extensive database of CISSP questions on the net. Every single question is written from scratch by us, some of them are contributed by members of the site (very few today), most are written by CISSP's and security professionals that we pay to write questions. On top of this, we have a thorough process in place to review and validate every single questions, ensuring it maps to one of the topic of the CBK and we even go as far as mapping every questions to the official study book or a publicly available reference. It is not MY opinion but a consensus that we use to justify the answer of every question by using references books, published documents from NIST and the US government and other relevant sources. Every single questions also contain explanation of the righ answer and the other choices as well. We have a great mix of choose the best choice answer, choose multiple answers, scenario based questions, drag and drop, as well as Hotspot. If someone has studied and remembered the pool of 1800 questions that we have, they have done some very serious study and totally deserve to pass this exam. Doing so, will require some serious time investment and some serious study as well. Sometimes, students will get all wrapped up because there is a question with a referenced that is a few year old. This does not mean it is NOT relevant. If you look at the list of references used for the exam that is published on the ISC2 website, you will see that more than 95% of them are multiple years old. That does not means it is bad, one must understand the exam is based on CONCEPTS, CONCEPTS, and more CONCEPTS. Some of these basic concepts will not change with time such as confidentiality, integrity, availability, accountability, identification, authentication, authorization, etc... However, the tools and techniques may change a lot, but not the concept itself. Best regards to all and thanks to all that have responded and step up on CCCure behalf. We did not go to the dark force and we remain on the Jedi side. Best regards Clement clement.dupuis@cccure.com Owner and Founder of CCCure
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