If you’ve looked into exam prep for (ISC)² certifications, you’ve probably come across countless training companies claiming to be your best choice. Before you decide on a cybersecurity certification training provider, know the facts.
The right preparation from the right training source can make all the difference in your certification journey and your future in cybersecurity. Find and register for official instructor-led training seminars delivered by (ISC)² or an (ISC)² Official Training Partner.
Only Official Training from (ISC)² or an Official (ISC)² Training Partner guarantees the most relevant, up-to-date courseware, developed by (ISC)² and delivered by an (ISC)² Authorized Instructor.
If you’re unsure about a training provider’s status, look for one of these Official (ISC)² Training Partner badges:
(ISC)² and (ISC)² Official Training Partners are the only authorized organizations with the ability to offer vouchers for our exams. Please be aware that authorized organizations will never ask for your Pearson VUE credentials — doing so violates the terms of the (ISC)² Non-Disclosure Agreement and puts your certification or exam qualification at risk.
Trainers promising 90% pass rates or to “teach the exam” are being dishonest. (ISC)² certification exams are rigorous and updated regularly to reflect the constant changes in cybersecurity — therefore no company is able to prepare candidates for the exact items on the exam. In addition, (ISC)² never provides pass-rate information to training providers — any pass-rate claims you read are false.
As trends in cybersecurity evolve and needs change, the (ISC)² Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) and courseware are regularly updated. Candidates are assured (ISC)² Official Training is always current and aligns to the latest exam outline.
Did you know some instructors teaching unofficial trainings for (ISC)² certification exam prep aren’t even certified themselves? (ISC)² Authorized Instructors, on the other hand, hold the certifications they are teaching and undergo a rigorous onboarding process. They also average 15-20 years of industry experience.
(ISC)² certifications measure whether you have the experience, knowledge and critical thinking skills to be effective at protecting critical assets. We help you prepare for test day, but never lose sight of the bigger picture: inspiring a safe and secure cyber world and developing professionals who can better secure their organizations. When you choose (ISC)² or an (ISC)² Official Training Partner for your training, you set your staff up to become well-rounded, highly effective information security professionals.
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