I just received confirmation from the (ISC)2 that I am officially SSCP-certified. Here is my blog article of the experience.
Did you find the supplemental resources worth the time or was the official guide along with the CISSP resources sufficient? You said they weren't sufficient on their own, but it wasn't clear if they added anything substantial.
Scantron = That's old school!
Maybe you should have taken a few MS exams in order to have acquainted yourself with insanely ambiguous question phrasing. Reading your description of that resulted in a nasty flashback
So, as an official SSCP, are you now able to endorse others? I'd like to take a crack at this some time, but I don't know any SSCPs/CISSPs.*hint* *hint*
Were you able to get a better idea of what constitutes acceptable work experience to them? I know that lot of people, myself included, would like to have a better idea of what they're looking for.
Don't wipe out too much of that knowledge tonight
I thought you might have had some other interaction with them along the way regarding your work experience. You seemed pretty confident that it would be acceptable. If you don't mind me asking, what did you submit to them for your experience requirement?
Anyways best of luck to you on the CISSP when you begin that journey!!
My exam was held next to Sunday service.
I am new to this forum
i am thinking of taking SSCP examination but i am very confused with the material to use. can you please assist me in it.
veritas_libertas wrote: »
Out of curiosity JD, how long did you study before you took the test? I am thinking about taking it in March.
tpatt100 wrote: »
I think the Security+ is a nice launch pad into the CISSP since there is cross over material.