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September 25, 2019

Dear Cyber Professionals,


I have passed the CISSP on 03 Aug at 100 questions in 1h 40 min. The
exam is possible with dedicated efforts and with persistence learning.
Thank you very much all in SNT Facebook, budding CISSP telegram
group
, for your guidance and continuous support on this awesome group.


Special recognition goes out to my family, for their sup...

September 13, 2019

My journey to CISSP exam started by the one objective: improve my knowledge about Security Information on broad perspective.


So I thought: How can I get this knowledge with the right source and in the same time be challenged by it?


I realized that study to a Security certification should be the best strategy.  When you talk about an Information Security c...

June 25, 2019

Becoming a CISSP has been something I wanted to achieve for 5 years; which then became 6, 7 and finally 8 years. 8 years of procrastination.

Family, kids, unforgiving work; sound familiar?
 

My journey started with a study group which disbanded at work after a couple months. I was determined and wasn’t going to let this be another excuse not to continue. S...

June 15, 2019

My CISSP Journey

Hi Friends, I have been a passive lurker in this group for a long time . Have been thinking of doing this certification for more than 5 years but could not commit dedicated time due to being lazy and family commitments.

After changing permanent job to a contract job and only earner in family, got the motivation to commit time for this exam....

May 8, 2019

My journey to CISSP began in December 2016. I was sent on a week's course, but it seemed more of an overview and I clearly wasn't ready. Life got in the way and I sporadically studied with good intentions, but alas....life....

So last August I decided to throw myself into it and I did....studied on the train to work, every weekend I split baby duties with...

February 17, 2019

There are times when the security professional no matter how much technical knowledge, certifications, college degrees, SAT scores, or job interview skills...has to rely on just instincts.  Has to rely on their own "qualitative analysis" - a term to know for the CISSP exam.

The other day at work we received a ticket from the project manager of a mediu...

December 23, 2018

Alhamdulillah. I am Nahid Hasan aka Joyonta Roy Cracked CISSP in 1st attempt.

All Glory to Almighty, then credit goes to Luke Ahmed ( Founder of www.Studynotesandtheory.com ).

Today I am provisionally CISSP only because of Luke Ahmed . I have taken the biggest risk for CISSP exam.  I got inspired by him.  His questions, logical explanati...

November 6, 2018

Situation

There was an upcoming change to a BlueCoat ProxySG over a weekend swing shift ( Saturday 3pm - midnight).  All we had to do was upgrade from version 6.1.6.1 to version 6.2.16.7.  Currently, we had two BlueCoat devices, a primary and secondary.  These were used together to provide high-availability.  If the primary proxy where to stop functioning,...

July 3, 2018

I glad to share with my own CISSP experience.

If you are doing your job - do it well. That's what I did every day. But every person has a moment in life when it is necessary to change something, otherwise, regression begins. In this period I got the idea to pass the CISSP exam to improve myself.

The English language is not my first or a second language, an...

June 23, 2018

I provisionally passed CISSP at my first time, after three months of studying, CAT based, after 100 questions. 

I would like to thank my family, my colleagues, Telegram group Buddy CISSP’s and friends from this group, Mr Luke Ahmed with his resource page Study Notes and Theory and his Facebook page with the same name. I also would like to thank Mr Thor P...

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