I took my exam in Dec, due to Covid it was postponed 3 times since June(my initial exam date). But I always thought that we are not going online to maintain the sanctity of the exam.
But now it does not feels like that, as soon as ISC2 introduced the online proctoring, organizations have started advertising that they will get you 'passed'(there are numerous websites, a quick google search will show).
And the height is it is now being advertised in LinkedIn as as well.
My query is now that 2020 is behind us and possibly in 3-4 months things will open up, why is ISC2 taking this position of allowing online proctoring, when the risk of cheating is this high.
As a reminder to everyone, you can only register for the Online Proctor pilot test program via PearsonVue. Anyone else suggesting that you book your online exam on other sites or guaranteeing you to pass an online exam is not a valid site and they do not work for our organization.