Michael C. Redmond has 12+ years of work experience as a Manager, Professor, and Consultant. She has skills in cybersecurity, risk management, business process, and more. She has also earned a number of certifications that include FBCI, MBCP, CEM, PMP, and more. Recently, she accessed uCertify CISSP course and provided the following feedback:
“The uCertify CISSP course comes with interactive learning resources. The course and its assessments are based on real exam objectives. The assessments provide answers and explanations immediately to help users assess their exam preparation.
The uCertify ISC2 CISSP course is a good solution for studying at your own pace and the course is well suited to identify what areas you need to study more to pass the certification in your first attempt.”
Ake Veeraolansit is an experienced Security Team Lead and Supervisor with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. He is skilled in Cisco Networking, Trend Micro, Bluecoat, Computer Networking, and Palo Alto PCNSE. He is a strong Information Security ISO 27001 Lead with a Master’s Degree in Information Technology Management from National Institute of Development Administration. He also has earned a number of IT certifications that include CCDP, ACE, CCDA, CCNP, and more. Currently he is working as IT Specialist Supervisor in Fujitsu Systems Business Ltd.Recently, he reviewed and provided feedback on uCertify ISC2 CISSP course and labs:
“uCertify offers a wide variety of IT certification. I had a chance to review uCertify CISSP course and labs and I found it the best among all other platforms available. I think that software such as uCertify is a good start towards attaining a new certification. uCertify courses are just another handy resource that one can use to test his/her knowledge before he/she actually takes the exam.
The course is presented in such a way that even a beginner can accomplish his goal of passing the certification in the first attempt. The questions are based on the new version and the answer for it has been provided in detail. The course gave a good amount of knowledge on CISSP exam.”
Thien Tan Lieu has 8+ years of work experience as a Network and Security Engineer. He has also earned a number of IT certifications including ITIL® Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management, DNIIT, CCNA Routing and Switching, and more. Currently, he is working as Network Engineer in SCC. Recently he had an access to uCertify ISC2 CISSP Study Guide 8th edition. We are really happy to share his feedback:
“uCertify creates top quality test preparation software for over hundreds of IT certification exams from all major vendors including Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, CompTIA, Cisco, Adobe, ISC2, EC-Council, LPI, Project Management Institute, and CIW. uCertify offers a superior product with content written by industry experts, and a powerful learning platform that ensures understanding of the concepts being tested.
The interface itself is clean and neat but tends to be cluttered with text on some screens. The Learn & Practice tab gives you a mostly text-based main menu with various Test options. The study helper had various options, mainly exam topics, that weren’t selectable in the demo version.”
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Being a CCSP certified is a proven way to enhance your career and secure critical assets in the cloud. The ISC2 CCSP certification validates your skills to design, manage and secure data, applications, and infrastructure in the cloud using best practices, policies, and procedures established by the cybersecurity experts at ISC2.
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Zaid Rehman has 12+ years of work experience as Network Support Engineer, System Support Engineer, and IT Manager. He is currently working as Pentester in Ontracking FZCO Dubai UAE. He recently has an access to uCertify CISSP Course and Labs. Checkout his feedback below:
“I really like the format and layout of the course. During the tests you can choose to start the test in either Test mode (answers shown at the end) or Learn mode (answers shown after each question). You can even bookmark, tag certain questions to review them later or discuss with another user. The study material is good too with study notes, study tips, how to, articles, flash cards. The article and study note sections are very informative and very easy to learn, some even have diagrams and screenshots to explain certain windows procedures since learning with pictures is always easier and much more fun. There is a test history section where you can check your results and review the questions that you got wrong. The test readiness gives you a report of all the tests that have been completed, not yet completed, failed, passed and from here you can even re-attempt any test. Take a look at the objective readiness report to find out if you really are ready for the CISSP exam. It lists the six objective groups and your passing percentage for each one, if they are all over 95% then one can take the exam with a positive outlook.”