RE: CISSP Question



Not really, because 5% of your time involved in security during 4 years
would give you barely 2 months of experience. I don't know any CISSP who
would endorse such a candidate.

https://www.isc2.org/cgi/content.cgi?category=1187

"Applicants must have a minimum of four years of direct full-time security
professional work experience in one or more of the ten domains of the (ISC)²
CISSP® CBK®."

Regards,
Nicolas.


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Nicolas VILLATTE

CISSP, GCIA, GCIH, GCFA

Sr. Security Management Specialist


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Subject: RE: CISSP Question

Just a quick add, don't overthink the 4 years' experience requirement. You
need that experience in any one (or more) of the 10 domains. Honestly, if
you're a desktop support jockey for 4 years and you do some sort of security
as part of your work (do you manage passwords and/or respond to spyware
incidents?), you can still qualify. Realistically, anyone with 4 years'
experience in IT.