CISSP CPE and Membership

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Hi,


Q1) Just wonder how does one accumulate for Group A credit. Is Group A clocking based on your experience or you must go for training? Please enlighten me.


https://www.isc2.org/uploadedfiles/(isc)2_member_content/cpes/cpe_guidelines.pdf


Group A Credits: Direct Information SecurityDomains of the (ISC)2CBK Access Control Telecommunications & Network Security Information Security Governance & RiskManagement Software Development Security Cryptography Security Architecture & Design Operations Security Business Continuity & Disaster RecoveryPlanning Legal, Regulations, Investigations andCompliance Physical (Environmental) Security


Group B Credits: Suggested Categories of General ProfessionalDevelopment Activities Management courses Interpersonal communications skills Interviewing techniques Team development skills Project planning activities Technical skills not in information security – such asprogramming languages and techniques Accounting Courses

Q2) Do you need to pass CISSP before you can become a ISC members. I have registered an account but could not locate how much need to pay.

https://www.isc2.org/how-to-become-a-member.aspx

Q3) I'm also interested in ISO 27001/27002, is there a similar forum like this.

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  • TheFORCETheFORCE Senior Member Posts: 2,297Member ■■■■■■■■□□
    Hi,


    Q1) Just wonder how does one accumulate for Group A credit. Is Group A clocking based on your experience or you must go for training? Please enlighten me.


    https://www.isc2.org/uploadedfiles/(isc)2_member_content/cpes/cpe_guidelines.pdf


    Group A Credits: Direct Information SecurityDomains of the (ISC)2CBK Access Control Telecommunications & Network Security Information Security Governance & RiskManagement Software Development Security Cryptography Security Architecture & Design Operations Security Business Continuity & Disaster RecoveryPlanning Legal, Regulations, Investigations andCompliance Physical (Environmental) Security


    Group B Credits: Suggested Categories of General ProfessionalDevelopment Activities Management courses Interpersonal communications skills Interviewing techniques Team development skills Project planning activities Technical skills not in information security – such asprogramming languages and techniques Accounting Courses

    Q2) Do you need to pass CISSP before you can become a ISC members. I have registered an account but could not locate how much need to pay.

    https://www.isc2.org/how-to-become-a-member.aspx

    Q3) I'm also interested in ISO 27001/27002, is there a similar forum like this.

    A1) The Group A credits have to pertain directly to the CISSP domains, these are things that you might be doing on your daily work and have experience with BUT, you cannot use work related activities towards your CPE credits, you can earn credits by participating in lectures, seminars, web-conferences etc that pertain to the domains mentioned outside of your work environment.
    Group B can be general skills and knowledge, for example, if you read a book about a programming language that will count towards the group B credits not the Group A credits.

    A2) Everyone can register to the website but you will not have access to the ISC2 membership sections where all the good stuff is, including how to pay for the fees and how to find and connect with other members. In order for someone to get access, they have to pass the exam and go through the endorsement process. Once your endorsement process get verified and completed then you can start your CPE's and pay your fees.
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