Expired CISSP, Need to retake

bob9383bob9383 Member Posts: 12 ■□□□□□□□□□
Hello,

I passed the CISSP exam in 2007 and need to retake it because I did not keep up with the continuing education credits.

I am following the advice found in this forum and looking at those resources.

Are there any legit (not cheating) practice question vendors that offer their product in VCE format? I like having VCE for my Mac and iOS devices. I would settle for any system that does not require Windows and would keep track of questions answered correctly/incorrectly in the past.

If anyone has any advice on getting over the 10 year gap in content changes, that's also much appreciated.

Thanks

Bob

Comments

  • TheProfezzorTheProfezzor Member Posts: 204 ■■■□□□□□□□
    I would kill myself, if I let my CISSP expire. I did however manage to let my CISA expire, which hit me in the face later.

    During my preparation for CISSP, I didn't find any practice questions in VCE format. All were in either PDF, DOC or online.
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  • SteveLavoieSteveLavoie Member Posts: 1,066 ■■■■■■■■■□
    ISC2 released recently an Android (perhapsIOS too, I didnt check), with all question from the official ISC2 practice test book from Sybex. Not expensive and there is about 1300 questions.
  • bob9383bob9383 Member Posts: 12 ■□□□□□□□□□
    Thanks. This helps. The official ISC2 Sybex question/answer book includes web access to the questions and that looks to be a good deal if this refers to the "Sybex" questions everyone is talking about.

    Yeah, I regret letting it expire but earning enough credits every year got to be a bit much especially since it seems the system is really geared at getting you to spend money with their partners or going to paid conferences. I probably could have worked around it but changed jobs and security became less of an issue.

    Retaking a written test doesn't seem to be a huge burden although it's not going to be fun. It's not like re-sitting for the CCIE or JNCIE lab exams. I won't let those expire for that reason.
  • jumblerrjumblerr Member New York, NYMember Posts: 101 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Larry Greenblatt's YouTube videos are excellent also
  • SteveLavoieSteveLavoie Member Posts: 1,066 ■■■■■■■■■□
    Maintainin a cissp is not a big deal, and doesnt cost a lot.
    30 type A CPE per year:
    read 6 Infosec mag: 12 cpe
    read a book: 5 cpe
    attend a few webinar: 3 cpe
    Cybrary or other cbt: 10 cpe

    type B: Pluralsight 10 cpe

    It is mostly a bit less than 1h a week
  • dhay13dhay13 Member Posts: 580 ■■■□□□□□□□
    I got my 'official' CISSP creds the end of December 2016 and already have my 40 CPE's for this year. Lots of training videos but I enjoy it.
  • bob9383bob9383 Member Posts: 12 ■□□□□□□□□□
    I got mine 10 years ago. Looks like the options for credits has improved a bit. I won't make the mistake of letting it lapse again. Kicking myself after spending this time studying much of the same content as before.
  • SteveLavoieSteveLavoie Member Posts: 1,066 ■■■■■■■■■□
    The important thing is to plan your CPE activity and to record them as you do them, so it won't be a chore to record by the end of the cycle. I got my SSCP (15 A CPE / 5 B CPE) one month ago. I already have 5 A CPE and 5 B CPE almost without effort.
  • dhay13dhay13 Member Posts: 580 ■■■□□□□□□□
    I just add mine as I go so I don't have to keep track of my hours.
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