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CISSP versus Associate CISSP
From: Nano Fyt <nanofyt () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 15:33:17 +0100

Dear all,

Just wondering if I understood well: the only difference between CISSP
and Associate CISSP is the professional experience, right? I.e., the
paper-based test is the same, isn't it?
I am just asking because while trying to register for passing the
CISSP paper-based exam in my capital city, I was asked to choose
between CISSP and Associate CISSP, while at this stage (i.e. the paper
test) there should not make a difference, so I am a bit confused. In
my case I have just graduated from a PhD in Computer Security, so I
should be able to validate 1 year professional experience but not
more, meaning that I can only obtain the Associate CISSP and then wait
4 years (working in this field) to obtain the full CISSP
certification, is that correct?

Thanks for your help!

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