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How to become CISSP certified?

What is CISSP?
Before I tell you that how to become CISSP Certified, you have to first know that what actually a CISSP Certified Professional is? Beginning with, the CISSP stands for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional and it is a seasoned consultant or employee, and gaining this certification, usually will end up with the titles like Security Analyst, Security Manager, or Chief Information Security Officer, these are just a few to name it. As and when you have obtained the CISSP, you should have the job experience for five or more years, and has a thorough knowledge in the field of Information Technology and IT threat landscape, which is also going to includes emerging and advancing persistent threats, as well as controls and technology so that we can minimize attack surfaces. A CISSP can also create policies that will set a framework for proper controls, and can also perform or oversee the risk management and security of software development. You could join the CISSPTOP Services, if you wish to gain the CISSP Certification, in a single attempt.

So now, you are having enough knowledge regarding CISSP, here's what you'll need to for becoming a CISSP through (ISC) 2:

1. Obtaining Five Years of Security Work Experience:
A CISSP Certification is only given to those who have acquired a Five Years of Work Experience in the Security. You will have to show a proof of five paid full-time years of work experience in at least two or more of the eight CISSP CBK (Common Body of Knowledge) domains. These domains consist of:
1. Security and Risk Management
2. Asset Security
3. Communications and Network Security
4. Identity and Access Management
5. Security Assessment and Testing
6. Security Engineering
7. Security Operations
8. Software Development Security

It is quite crucial to have the on-the-job experience for both the exam and the certification process.

2. Preparing For and Passing the CISSP Exam:
The next step is that you clear the exam, and for that, you will have to complete the CISSP exam with a minimum score of 700 out of 1,000. It will be a long and tiring six hours exam and it is going to include a mix of multiple-choice as well as advanced innovative questions. It is going to costs you about $699. You would be squashing to keep the like to obtain the official textbook and test your knowledge along with CISSP Flash Cards. If you need more self-study materials, (ISC) 2 and lots of third parties offer you with the best CISSP in-class and online training which includes my personal favorite and that is the CISSPTOP Services. The costs of the Training are going to vary widely, but the online self-paced course is going to costs you about $2,750 through (ISC) 2

3. Getting Endorsed to Become a CISSP:
As and when you have acquired the CISSP exam, you'll have to subscribe to the Code of Ethics of (ISC) 2 and complete an endorsement form to become the CISSP. The one endorsement form must be signed by another (ISC) 2 certified professional who would be able to verify your professional work experience. You must also submit the completed form within the nine months of passing your exam to become fully certified because passing the exam doesn't automatically grant you certification status.

Well after you have become fully certified, you will have to maintain your credential.
After you become fully certified, you'll have to maintain your credential by recertifying it every three years. You are required to pay an $85 maintenance fee during the three-year cycle ($255 total). You should also submit 40 continuing professional education (CPE) credits each year, for a total of 120 CPEs