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Re: FW: CISSP versus Associate CISSP
From: Clement Dupuis <clement.dupuis () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 16:24:47 -0500

For the CISSP Associate you must follow the following:

An Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF) of US$35 applies

You must gather 20 CPE's per year for the CISSP Associates.

You have six years from your exam pass date to gather your experience.

Best regards

Clement



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On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 11:16, William Baltas
<bill.baltas () cleanwaterteam com> wrote:
Nanofyt,

You are correct, the test for CISSP and Associate CISSP is the same.  Without five years of experience (or four years 
of experience and appropriate education), the candidate will be granted an Associate CISSP, if he successfully passes 
the exam.  The question I have is, since you only have the one year of experience, and the CISSP is only good for 
three years (without continuing education credits), will ISC2 continue to support the Associate CISSP for four years 
if you obtain continuing education credits?

Bill

-----Original Message-----
From: listbounce () securityfocus com [mailto:listbounce () securityfocus com] On Behalf Of Nano Fyt
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2012 6:33 AM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: CISSP versus Associate CISSP

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!
Nanofyt

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