The BUZZ is Real

Make Your Move to Next-Level Cloud Security

Taking the next step toward earning the ISC2 Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) credential puts you on a path to excel as an expert in cloud security. CCSP empowers individuals and organizations with the highest level of mastery in cloud security. You’ll gain the technical knowledge and skills you need to expertly design, manage and secure data, applications and infrastructure in the cloud using best practices, policies and procedures established by the cybersecurity authorities at ISC2.

What Makes CCSP Your Best Move

  • Instant Credibility – CCSP from ISC2 positions you as an authority in cloud security, highly proficient in staying on top of the latest technologies, developments and threats. For organizations, it is the next-level global standard that raises their cloud posture in the eyes of clients and stakeholders.
  • Broad Agility – CCSP’s vendor-neutral and multivendor qualifications may be applied across a range of cloud platforms, making your individual skillset more marketable. For organizations seeking to avoid vendor lock-in, vendor neutrality allows the agility to apply the most effective controls, policies and configurations over multiple platforms for the most successful results.
  • Earning Power & Retention – For cybersecurity professionals, CCSP ranks in the Top 10 Most Lucrative Credentials on the Certification Salary Survey 75 list with an annual salary of $150,400 (U.S.) and $119,880 (globally). In turn, organizations that invest in their employees with CCSP training and certification are more likely to retain highly skilled talent on their teams. According to an October 2020 report by Burning Glass Technologies, cloud security skills command the highest premium at $15,025.
  • Soaring Demand – The demand for cloud security skills is projected to grow 115% over the next 5 years.

The buzz for CCSP [and cloud security certification] is real – CCSP just topped “The Next Big Thing” list as the #1 certification that 2022 Salary Survey respondents plan to earn this year.