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AlecTrevelyan
Community Champion

Re: Non Member ID

Thanks @Kaity,

 

I do wonder what is the point of allowing people to register their own accounts when they inevitably cause problems later down the line due to duplication? However, I suspect the answer is related to selling training courses.

 

denbesten
Community Champion

Re: Non Member ID

That, and logging into the Community.

 

Member-ID, Non-Member-ID, Candidate-ID, ISC2-ID .... they are all the same thing and can be found by logging into www.isc2.org and selecting "my profile".  

 

I suspect that if they required single-signon with pearsonvue.com that much of the duplicate-id issues would go away.

AlecTrevelyan
Community Champion

Re: Non Member ID


@denbesten wrote:

That, and logging into the Community.


Smiley LOL

 


@denbesten wrote:

Member-ID, Non-Member-ID, Candidate-ID, ISC2-ID .... they are all the same thing and can be found by logging into www.isc2.org and selecting "my profile".  


Only if your account was registered through Pearson VUE.

 


@denbesten wrote:

I suspect that if they required single-signon with pearsonvue.com that much of the duplicate-id issues would go away.


They definitely need to find a way of eliminating all these issue with merging duplicate accounts.

 

denbesten
Community Champion

Re: Non Member ID


@AlecTrevelyan wrote:@denbesten wrote:

Member-ID, Non-Member-ID, Candidate-ID, ISC2-ID .... they are all the same thing and can be found by logging into www.isc2.org and selecting "my profile".  


Only if your account was registered through Pearson VUE.

Was not a problem for me years ago.  I think the trick is that I answered yes to "Do your know your ISC2 ID?".  My guess is that if you have one, but do "not know" it, you will end up with a duplicate. Thanks, @AlecTrevelyan for making me think about this further.  It caused me to realize we have another trick we can offer to those not getting notifications....

 

Login to PersonVue and go to the profile page.  In another window, login to (ISC)² and go to thier profile page (it's in the "Hi, <your name>" menu).  On both, make sure the following fields match:

  • (ISC)² ID (sometimes called member id, candidate id, etc.).  It is a number with about 6 digits, but can be more or less.
  • First, Middle and Last names on both sites match your government ID.
  • (ISC)² Primary email matches PearsonVue email.