I have a ZIP file I just posted here: https://www.weaponizedawesome.com/ISSEP_resources.zip
It contains the following PDFs:
I collected these based on the supplemental reading suggestions on the (ISC)2 website. Also, The INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook, which I got for Kindle, and the flash cards from the (ISC)2 website.
Anyone else have anything they're using for this?
It does seem that the add-on certifications are being restructured but it's not clear why the relevant training materials are not available either on ISC2.org or at partner sites.
From what I've learned, the content of the exam is now different. No formal training materials are available at this time. Online training is said to be available in May 2018.
A training partner I contacted has discontinued their course that covers ISSMP, so I can also reiterate that there's a perception that the certification is going away.
This has been a concern of mine for the last couple of years. My ISSEP training in 2016 was cancelled because we were told that ISC2 was revamping the ISSAP, ISSEP and ISSMP courses and exams. Last year, the ISSEP training camp I registered for was cancelled and the partner has not run any since either. This year, I saw that ISC2 had listed a camp in the DC area for June, but when I tried to register, I was told that this was a mistake. I was also informed that the actual test changed on March 15 (2018), but that new training materials have not been published yet. For the ISSEP I know that the domains have changed from 4 to 5, but that is about all I can find out. All I can say is to keep watching the ISC2 pages for any changes. I am guessing that when they publish the new guides we can move forward again.
I can tell you that ISC2 is testing on the new 5 domain layout for ISSEP as I found out the hard way yesterday. I had an instructor tell me during my prep course that ISC2 was not changing the exam (even though there was a scheduled date) until they released new training material. Well I followed his advice and only studied for the old 4 domain structure and fell short when I tested yesterday, although I came super close which is encouraging. So for anyone who is planning to test, know the 5 domains and you can forget about stuff like the Federal regulations domain which is a thing of the past. I will study the new areas and plan to test in about 45 days.