(ISC)2 certifications are recognized worldwide as symbols of excellence in IT security. Not only are their certifications rigorous, they also have a work experience and endorsement requirement that further solidifies their standing in the private and public sectors.
(ISC)2 standards are tough, but that’s exactly why these certifications are among the most valued by IT security professionals and their employers.
(ISC)2 Certification Training Paths
The (ISC)2 certification path consists of three levels — Practitioner, Professional, and Concentrations. Where security professionals start on the (ISC)2 certification roadmap depends on their level of experience. In most vendor certification programs, IT professionals automatically earn a certification after passing one or more exams. However, security professionals who pass an exam in the (ISC)2 certification path must then submit an application to receive their credential.
To earn an (ISC)2 certification, security professionals must pass an exam, provide documents proving two to five years of specialized experience, and receive an endorsement from another (ISC)2 member. Security professionals who pass an exam without the required experience will become an Associate until they gain the work experience required by the (ISC)2 certification track.
CBT Nuggets offers online (ISC)2 certification training for the most popular exam: CISSP.
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