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    Hi Team- I have a total of 3.5 years of experience in BCP and 2 years of experience in Security Risk Management. Am i qualified to take the exam?



    I think, You are Good to Go Brother.Take the exam



    You have sufficient and relevant experience to appear for CISSP



    keep in mind CISSP covers ten different domain, the working experience from one of these domains helps and once you pass the exam someone need to provide the relevant experience to obtain the certificate



    You can take the exam whenever you want and at least become an “associate of (ISC)2”. You need at least 5 years of verifiable work experience in at least two of the (now 8, used to be 10 but the consolidated) domains. You’ll have to provide your resume for review and have a currently certified (ISC)2 member in good standing sign off. They don’t have to be a CISSP, but you’re most likely to find one of those than something else. I have a CISSP and I know many — I only know one other CSSLP, which I also have. But my CSSLP application was endorsed by one of my coworkers who has CISSP.



    Give it a shot. You can go the associate level, then get full later on in the end it pays back



    I think badfilemagic said everything! I think you qualify as far as experience is concerned, so go for the exam!

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