Posts Tagged ‘studies’

CISSP-ISSMP – happy ….

Monday, July 11th, 2022

…. to report that I passed the exam last week. It’s been in the making a couple of months and I finally found the courage to take the plunge.

On the weekend, I sent in the endorsement and it will take a couple of weeks for (ISC)2 to process it, as usual.

Now with both those exams (ISACA CRISC and CISSP-ISSMP) finally (and successfully) behind me, I can move on to something new.

I’ve previously dabbled in some pentesting and I would like very much give OSCP a try while casually reading about and learning for the ISACA CDPSE. Let’s see how it goes and how far I can take it….

Update from 1 week later: Already processed by (ISC)2. All good. Certified. Yay me.

CISM exam soon…

Saturday, December 14th, 2019

Soon after getting certified as CISSP, I started stuying for the CISM exam. I’m done with the textbook (All-In-One CISM by Peter H. Gregory, 2018 – which I can recommend) and I am making good progress on the pracice questions on Kaplan (former Transcender),

The original plan was to take the exam around February but maybe I can speed things up and take the exam in January already.

Still on my list…. CKAD (needs review) and CISA (book ordered).