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Re: Anyone plans for CISSP-ISSMP?
From: Bora Özden <vbozden () e-kolay net>
Date: Wed, 03 Oct 2007 14:27:03 +0300
Im planning for CISSP for a long time but i dont have much time to study
and recover /remember most of the things i have read before. Im looking
for to renew my resources i have a hard copy of an Wiley (?) book as i
can remember but must be a little out of date, and also want to renew my
web links too. The requirements also were mean to change i dont know the
latest situation though i know when the next exam will be here in
İstanbul . (yes i have some oldie e-documents too)
See you all
Jayson Agagnier wrote:
The ISSMP should not be all that hard if you already have your CISSP and
several year experience in any sort of an organization with more than a
1000 employees. You will need to know a lot more high level Information
Security information such a governance models, policies, costs related
to risk/loss, insuarance, BC/DR, handling of PII, etc.
If your already in management, or ready to go into mangement, then you
will pass the ISSMP.
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Subject: Anyone plans for CISSP-ISSMP?
Amongst the two CISM and ISSMP, I have decided that I should (in the
near or far future) give ISSMP a take. It's been quite a few years since
I have had CISSP and wouldn't mind getting another paper worth a few
hundred dollars. The reason I say this is general realization that
certification never translated to required skill levels, needed to make
a mark within the security community.
Now, someone has told me ISSMP is indeed a tough nut to crack with no
packaged Review material/CBK available (unlike CISM), it makes it bit
Anyone can suggest, where should I make a start or should I make a start
Re: Anyone plans for CISSP-ISSMP? Ali, Saqib (Oct 02)
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