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Ccsp

Hello,
I already have my CISSP and recently passed the CCSP exam but after I submitted my endorsement I got an email that I’ve been randomly selected for an audit. Shouldn’t having the CISSP waive off the experience requirements and can I submit my cissp cert as proof to satisfy the audit requirements?
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Contributor I

Re: Ccsp

This is kinda topical for me in that I passed my CCSP a couple days ago, and just yesterday submitted for endorsement. When I did that though I got a message something along the lines of because I already had the CISSP, I don't need do anything further. So that does tie in with your thinking I guess.

 

Looking here https://www.isc2.org/Certifications/CCSP/experience-requirements it does state "(ISC)²’s CISSP credential can be substituted for the entire CCSP experience requirement." So i'm not sure what's going on in your case, I'd email the member support guys if I were you.

 

Hope you get sorted OK.

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Newcomer II

Re: Ccsp

Key word here is random. You were selected at random for the audit. I hear they do this from time to time to inspect and validate. For you it might be as simple as checking your current certification. Sounds like an easy audit. 🙂 

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(ISC)² Team

Re: Ccsp

@hafzamajeed Congratulations on passing your CCSP exam!

As you may know, any endorsement application can be selected for random audit.  For the audit, you'll need to submit a consent form. Once this audit consent form is received, the audit will close as passed because you are a current CISSP holder.  So, the endorsement audit requirements are not technically "waived" because you hold CISSP.  It just makes the endorsement audit process very simple.

 

Tony Shiver

Manager, Member Services