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CCSP - Certified Cloud Security Professional FAQs

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The Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), validates your skills and knowledge to design, manage and secure applications and infrastructures in the cloud using best practices, policies, and procedures.

The CCSP exam has 130 multiple choice questions.

Test candidates will have 3 hours to complete their CCSP exam.

Yes, the ISC2 CCSP certifies advanced skills and knowledge on cloud security.

You must pass the CCSP exam and meet ISC2 work experience requirements or choose to become an associate.

There is a high demand for Cloud Security, and professionals with the CCSP gain immediate credibility for their skills and knowledge.

Yes, organizations value the CCSP as the next-level global standard that raises their Cloud position to their clients and stakeholders.

The average salary of a CCSP in the US is $150,400.

No, you don’t have to be a member to take the CCSP exam.

No, but if you pass the CCSP exam, you must complete the endorsement process to receive your CCSP certification.

There are no requirements to take the CCSP exam, but it is recommended to have prior IT work experience relating to the CCSP exam domains.

The price of the CCSP exam is $599.

No CCSP is not offered with CAT testing.

No, ISC2 exams can only be taken in person at local Pearson Professional Centers.

You can schedule an appointment at a local Pearson Professional Center.

A Pearson Professional Center is a testing center fully owned and operated by Pearson VUE.

Yes, but there is a $25 fee to reschedule your exam.

Yes, but there is a $100 cancelation fee.

An organization that awards its credentials to professionals who have proved their specialized skills and knowledge to protect critical assets

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