Why You SHOULD NOT Get the CISSP Associate Certification

Why shouldn’t you get the CISSP Associate certification?

Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss new content!

Looking to start a career in Information Security, Cyber Security, or Information Assurance? Check out all these resources to Get Started! https://www.jongood.com/getting-started/

Join my newsletter for a FREE copy of my eBook…Guide to Cyber Security Careers! https://www.jongood.com/newsletter/

One of the most frequent questions I get from people with less than 5 years of experience is “Should I attempt the CISSP exam before I have the experience?” The certification vendor ISC2 offers something called the Associate of ISC2 (sometimes called CISSP Associate by people), where you can take the exam before you have the experience but not yet be certified. Unfortunately, many people do not fully understand the pros and cons of taking the exam early and how it impacts their career.

Join me in this video as we walk through the CISSP requirements, describe the Associate of ISC2, and talk about when it does and does not make sense to attempt the CISSP early. Do not be that professional who fails to consider the implications of their decisions on their careers.

CISSP Resources:
Official CBK: https://amzn.to/2THCPhy
Official Study Guide: https://amzn.to/369BT7Z
Eleventh Hour CISSP: https://amzn.to/2Rfavl4

#CISSP #CISSPAssociate #CyberSecurity

DISCLAIMER: I am an ambassador or affiliate for many of the brands referenced on the channel. As an Amazon Associate, I earn a commission from qualifying purchases.