(ISC)² CCSP Exam: What You Need to Know
This spring, we told you about the new cloud security certification from (ISC)²: Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) Cert. Now ExamCollection brings you more details about the CCSP exam.
(ISC)² CCSP certification was launched this summer to address multiple information security concerns that come up as more and more organizations take their IT to the cloud. (ISC)² and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) have developed a cloud security credential that defines the qualifications and experience level necessary to secure cloud services. The Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSPSM) validates that professionals have met the highest standard for cloud security expertise, so they can benefit from the power of cloud computing while keeping sensitive data secure.
CCSP is a global credential born from the expertise of the two industry-leading stewards of information systems and cloud computing security, (ISC)² and CSA. The CCSP credential is appropriate and applicable to cloud security in a global environment. This is especially important given the legal, regulatory and compliance concerns that come with multi-jurisdictional housing of personally identifiable information (PII).
For those who qualify, the CCSP exam will test their competence in the six CCSP domains of the (ISC)² Common Body of Knowledge (CBK), which cover:
Compared to May, we now have more information about the CCSP exam.
To achieve the credential, candidates need to pass a 4-hour long exam which consists of 125 multiple-choice questions. The passing score for the CCSP exam is 700 out of 1000 points, or 70%. The exam is available through Pearson Vue Testing Centers, and the pricing is available here . Full CCSP exam outline can be downloaded here.
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