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BorisV
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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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filippos_K
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Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

Congrats and thanks for sharing your guide!

 

Filippos

Fenix
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. 

 

Leszek
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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.
Gary23
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

laracissp
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

nagarajan
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.

Regards,
Nagarajan Viswanathan (Raj)
rslade
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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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conma293
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Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

Is it a good idea to go after the CCSP straight after the CISSP? Just got my CISSP and deciding between this and GSE. Not much experience with cloud though..

denbesten
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Re: Passed the CCSP exam - My Thoughts

Depends completely on your career goals.  Take a look at the various job-boards for positions that interest you and let their requirements guide you.  If they tend to require certs that you do not currently hold, then pursue those certs.  On the other hand, if they say "CISSP or GSEC", save your money.  

 

When it comes to (ISC)² exams specifically, "not much experience" is a big red flag.  Having passed the CISSP, I'm sure you relied on your experience just as often as the prep materials.  If you have just one, passing is possible, but with both, the exam becomes easy.  I would expect the CCSP to have a similar nature.