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With the shortfall in the cybersecurity workforce projected to
be 1.5 million globally in five years*, businesses are pressed to
find qualified candidates to protect their organization against
cyber threats. The need for candidates to prove their capability is
more important than ever.
The Associate of (ISC)² allows those just starting out
in the information security workforce to demonstrate their
competence in the field. Associates have passed a
rigorous (ISC)² certification exam, proving their
cybersecurity knowledge, and maintaining their continuing professional education (CPE) requirements while working towards completing the
experience requirements to become fully certified as a CISSP, SSCP,
CAP, CSSLP, CCFP, HCISPP or CCSP.
The Associate of (ISC)² status is ideal for candidates who are:
When you become an Associate of (ISC)², you join the
foremost and most widely accepted information security leader in
ANSI/ISO/IEC Standard 17024 accredited credentials that enables you
(ISC)² certifications draw from a comprehensive, up-to-date,
global common body of knowledge (CBK) that ensures candidates have
a deep knowledge and understanding in the field. Each certification
tests one's knowledge on different subject matter areas. Choose the
certification that is right for you.
Information security is an immensely rewarding
career with unlimited possibilities, with a career partner like (ISC)². Enhance
your credibility and differentiate yourself to prospective employers with the
Associate of (ISC)². Learn how
to become an Associate with these next
For more information, download the Associate brochure.
*2015 Global Information Security Workforce Study
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