The CCSP credential ranks among the best cloud security credentials on the market. You must prove that you have the technical skills and knowledge to design, manage, and secure apps, infrastructure, and data on a cloud platform. You should also be able to follow industry best practices and policies in order to ensure the highest level of security.
You’re already on the right track if you’ve read this far. Continue reading to learn more about the CCSP credential, certification, and whether it is the best option.
What Prerequisites Are Necessary to Take the CCSP Certification Exam
Candidates must have a prespecified level of experience to apply for the CCSP certification exam.
You must have at least five years’ experience in information technology. Three years should be in information security. One year should be spent in at least one of six CCSP CBK domains. You can replace all five years of work experience with CSA’s CCSK certification.
You can always become an (ISC2) Associate if you don’t have enough work experience. You should have passed the CCSP certification exam in this case. You can earn an additional six years as an (ISC2) Associate to add five years of work experience. Your five-year total can also include part-time work and relevant internships.
Who can benefit from a CCSP certification?
The Certified Cloud Security Professional credential for IS and IT professionals who apply industry best practices in cloud design, security architecture and operation is the best career move. This includes professionals in these roles:
Cloud security analysts
Auditors of cloud computing services
What work experience will satisfy the CCSP Prerequisites
You must prove that you have worked in a cloud environment, either in the information security domain or in any other work that requires cloud security knowledge and application before you can take the CCSP certification exam. Your combined experience must fall under at least one of six domains listed below in the (ISC.2 CCSP) CBK.
Domain 1 – Cloud Concepts Architecture and Design
Domain 2 – Cloud Data Security
Domain 3 – Cloud Platform & Infrastructure Security
Domain 4 – Cloud Application Security
Domain 5 – Cloud Security Operations
Domain 6 – Legal and Risk Compliance
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