Certified Systems Security Professional – CISSP
CISSP certification is the ideal credential for those with deep technical and directive competence, skills, experience and credibility to build and maintain security programs that protect organizations against increasingly sophisticated attacks. The CISSP uses a complete and updated global set of knowledge that guarantees the security leaders a deep understanding of the new threats, technologies, regulations, norms and practices.
- To Differentiate yourself from other candidates for desirable jobs in the growing information security market.
- To affirm their commitment to the field and continued relevance through continuing professional education and understanding of the best latest practices.
- To access valuable career resources, such as a network of contacts and exchanging ideas with pairs.
For CISSP® certification candidates must have a minimum of five cumulative years of full-time paid professional work experience in two or more of the eight CBK®CISSP (ISC)2® domains, or four cumulative years of full-time paid professional work experience in two or more of the eight CBK CISSP domains plus a bachelor’s degree.
If you do not have the necessary experience, you can still take the exam and become an Associate of (ISC)2 until you get the necessary experience.
Visit www.isc2.org/associate to learn more.