This is one of the review questions in the official study guide by Sybex. My initial thinking was no, cryptography supports confidentiality, and integrity. But the answer yes, cryptography supports availability. I could not find anything online to support this answer. Let's hear your thoughts. Can we get feedback from the author?
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This morning, we've just announced that the SSCP exam will be updating on November 1, 2021. Some domains will change, as well as the weights. We have the November 2021 SSCP Exam Outline available for your reference, as well as an SSCP FAQ page that should answer questions you may have.
The changes are routine and part of the Job Task Analysis process (we surveyed SSCP members about the exam in 2020), and the changes in % points are quite minor.
Best of luck with your exam! Happy to answer questions if I can!
Hello everyone,, I am graduating in December and would like to acquire another cert before then, since I have time at my security internship to study. I’ve heard SSCP and Sec+ are pretty similar and most other certs out there seem that it will take much more time to study than I can allot. Is it worth my time and money to study for SSCP?
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