Certification Goals 2019

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  • jumblerrjumblerr Member New York, NYMember Posts: 101 ■■■□□□□□□□
    CSSLP, AWS CCP (both in 2 weeks)

    CISSP-3 concentrations, all AWS Certs

    CIPP/US if I can fit it in
  • RinzlerRinzler Member Posts: 34 ■■■□□□□□□□
    CISSP

    CCSP

    ITILv4
  • eillinois31eillinois31 Junior Member MCP, MCSA 2016 (70-740 | 70-741 | 70-742), MCSE Core Infrastructure(70-744), VMware VCP-DVC 6.5Member Posts: 38 ■■■□□□□□□□
    edited January 2019
    Just passed: 
    MCSE Core Infrastructure 

    Starting soon on: 
    Vmware VCP 6.5

    As for the rest of 2019, undecided. Last year was MCSA 2016(3 tests). 
  • GboyegaGboyega Registered Users Posts: 6 ■■□□□□□□□□
    My 2019 Goals were:

    CISSP
    CCSP
    CRISC
    CSSLP 
    With OSCP or CISM at the end of the year 2019 depending on how itchy I am to switch back to technical path. 

    CISSP was passed 1/15/2019

    Currently reading CSA 4.0 and Sybex & All-in-one for CCSP
    Hi Chitownjedi.

    What resources and books did you use for your study for CISSP
  • thaiguy314thaiguy314 Member Posts: 59 ■■■□□□□□□□
    for sure: eJPT

    Once eJPT is done (in no particular order): CISA, CISM, OSCP
    Certs: CISSP, CEH, CCNA Cyber Ops, Security+
  • SteveLavoieSteveLavoie Member Posts: 1,094 ■■■■■■■■■□
    Well in 2017, I did 5 certs (VCP renewal, Veeam VMCE, SSCP, Sonicwall CSSA  and CISSP) Then even if I planned a big 2018 year, I did nothing certwise.. Now 2019, I renewed my VCP, and now looking for Azure Certs, ITIL, CYsa+ or other more practical security certs. 
  • plopbangcrashplopbangcrash Comptia: A+,Net + Sec+, Linux+, Project+ | ISACA: CISA, CRISC, CISM | ISC2: CAP, CISSP (ISSAP | ISSE Member Posts: 74 ■■■□□□□□□□
    luisbee said:
    Update to the update :  Provisionally passed CISSP-ISSAP as well. Guess I might as well run down the ISSEP early next year and close it out as well.
    Congrats on passing the CISSP concentrations (ISAAP & ISSMP). Please could you do a review on the ISSAP, what materials you used, how you went about in your studies and when you wrote the exam?

    Am def going for it arnd mid-year time and want to gauge if am in the right path for this cert.

    Thanks.
    ISSAP was relatively straight forward in regards to mildly technical security architecture questions. I read the CBK in roughly 10 days and tested. I took the ISSMP on Dec 1, the ISSAP Dec 28th and the ISSEP Jan 24th, reading the CBK for each over 7-10 days prior to each test. I felt they were about the same difficulty if not easier than the regular CISSP with a good amount of cross over knowledge. For the CISSP I did 52 minutes/100 questions and for each concentration exam roughly 56-90 minutes. 

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