CISSP Concentrations Certification
After the original conception of the CISSP, and the continuous evolution of information security, (ISC) discovered a need to develop credentials which address the specific needs of the new inspiring candidates. This CISSP Concentrations is divided into three functional areas:More ...
CISSP certification exams measure the skills of a candidate to understand the each and every aspect of CISSP Concentration. The topics related to Architecture are covered in ISSAP Exam. The topics related to Engineering are covered in ISSEP and Management topics are covered in ISSMP.
You have to pass ISSAP exam to become CISSP-ISSAP certified.
You have to pass ISSEP exam to become CISSP-ISSEP certified.
You have to pass ISSMP exam to become CISSP-ISSMP certified.
To be eligible for the CISSP-ISSAP, CISSP-ISSEP or CISSP-ISSMP, you must maintain your CISSP credential in good standing and pass the appropriate concentration examination. You too can choose to take all the exams. It will help you to excel all the areas of Information Systems Security.
Requirements for the ISC2 CISSP Concentrations Certification
ISC2's CISSP concentrations certification comprises of certifications in three different areas: CISSP ISSEP: Information Systems Security Engineering Professional, CISSP ISSAP: Information Systems Security Architecture Professional, and CISSP ISSMP: Information Systems Security Management Professional. Each certification requires 2 years of work experience as a prerequisite but in specified domain. For more information related to specific domain mentioned for work experience, please visit CISSP concentrations certification.
The certification requires you to pass the following exams: