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The CISSP Forum FAQ

Posted by Anton Aylward

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Its one of those bootstrap problems - the new CISSPs who need to read the information can't get at the FAQ on how to sign up for the CISSPForum because they need to be members of the forum in order to read the instructions.

Yes, I know the information is at the (ISC)2 web site, but that's an incredibly difficult site to navigate.

Because of this, Gary Hinson and myself, each quite independently, took the CISSP Forum FAQ and converted it to a web page, adding hyperlinks etc. The two pages are at:

Both sites are very rich, but very different in nature. Gary makes use of custom mind-maps to assisit in navigation, whereas the Wiki allows for registered members - CISSPs - to contribute.

The CISSP Forum at YahooGroups is very active. It is not a purely technical group, but an active support group for CISSPs. It handles well over 1,000 messages a month and is the kind of "social network" that some vendors would pay millions of dollars to own - if it wasn't a closed group that spurns advertising.

The astounding thing is that so few CISSPs know about it. (ISC)2 seems to make no effort to publicise it to people as they gain their certification.
If you are a CISSP, visit either of those two pages, or better still go directly to the (ISC)2 web page for registration - https://www.isc2.org/cgi/cissp_forum.cgi - and sign up.

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