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SSCP Logo Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) is a vendor-neutral Information Security certification governed by the non-profit International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (commonly known as (ISC)2 ). Contents 1 Certification Subject Matter 2 ANSI/ISO/IEC Standard 17024 3 Requirements 4 Ongoing Certification 5 Education 6 References 7 External links // Certification Subject Matter The SSCP is designed for the hands-on practitioner who implements the plans and policies designed by information security managers, CISOs, CSOs or equivalent. Its goal is to validate mastery of the technical implementation side of information security systems and the ability to collaborate with those that write policy. The SSCP is complementary to vendor-specific certifications that validate detailed knowledge of a network system.[1] The certification is also obtained by professionals in non-security disciplines whose positions require an understanding of basic security principles. This group includes information systems auditors; application programmers; system, network and database administrators; business unit representatives; systems analysts; and physical security professionals. The seven domains of the (ISC)2 SSCP CBK are: Access Controls Analysis and Monitoring Cryptography Malicious Code Networks and Telecommunications Risk, Response and Recovery Security Operations and Administration ANSI/ISO/IEC Standard 17024 The SSCP, like all of (ISC)2’s core credentials, have been accredited by the International Organization for Standardizations (ISO) United States representative, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under ANSI ISO/IEC Standard 17024, a national and global benchmark for the certification of personnel. Requirements Candidates for the SSCP must meet several requirements: [2] Assert that he or she possesses a minimum of one year of professional experience in one of the seven CBK domains[3] Attest to the truth of their assertions regarding professional experience and accept the (ISC)2 Code of Ethics.[4] Successfully answer four questions regarding criminal history and related background Pass the SSCP examination with a scaled score of 700 points or greater Have their qualifications endorsed by another (ISC)2 certified professional in good standing. The endorser attests that the candidate's assertions regarding professional experience are true to the best of their knowledge, and that the candidate is in good standing within the information security industry.[5] Ongoing Certification The SSCP credential is valid for only three years, after which it must be renewed. The credential can be renewed by re-taking the exam, however the more common method is to report at least 60 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits since the previous renewal. Currently, to maintain the SSCP certification, a member is required to earn and submit a total of 60 CPEs by the end of their three-year certification cycle and pay the Annual Membership Fee of $65 during each year of the three-year certification cycle before the annual anniversary date. With the new changes effective 30 April 2008, SSCPs are required to earn and post a minimum of 10 CPEs (of the 60 CPE certification cycle total requirement) and pay the AMF of $85 during each year of the three-year certification cycle before the member’s certification or recertification annual anniversary date. CPEs can be earned through several paths, including taking classes, attending conferences and seminars, teaching others, undertaking volunteer work, professional writing, etc., all in areas covered by the CBK. Most activities earn 1 CPE for each hour of time spent, however preparing (but not delivering) training for others is weighted at 4 CPEs/hour, published articles are worth 10 CPEs, and published books 40 CPEs. [6] Education (ISC)2 offers Official CBK Review Seminars around the world designed to provide prospective candidates with information across all domains covered by the SSCP exams. [7] References ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ v • d • e Information security certifications CompTIA Security+ Cisco Systems CCNA Security • CCSP • CCIE Security EC-Council ENSA • CEH • CHFI • ECSA • LPT • CNDA • ECIH • ECSS • ECVP • EDRP • ECSP • ECSO GIAC GSIF • GSEC • GCFW • GCIA • GCIH • GCUX • GCWN • GCED • GPEN • GWAPT • GAWN • GISP • GLSC • GCPM • GLEG • G7799 • GSSP-NET • GSSP-JAVA • GCFE • GCFA • GREM • GSE ISACA CISA • CISM • CGEIT • CRISC (ISC)² SSCP • CAP • CSSLP • CISSP • ISSAP • ISSEP • ISSMP • ISECOM OPST • OPSA • OPSE • OWSE • CTA Offensive Security OSCP • OSCE • OSWP Mile2 CPTEngineer (CPTE) • CPTConsultant CREST CREST Consultant IACRB CPT  • CEPT eLearnSecurity eCPPT SCP SCNS • SCNP • SCNA CERT CSIH External links (ISC)2 SSCP Page The SSCP Certification Experience -- Description of the SSCP certification process