Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is an exam sponsored by the organization named ISACA. Passing this exam is one of the requirements for becoming a CISA. The exam is guiling. You need to answer 150 questions in four hours or less. The questions are not very long; so just over a minute a half per question should be quite sufficient—that is, if you can grasp the meaning of a question on the fly. The problem is not that you’ll have only a minute and a half to read a question. The problem is that a minute and a half is all you are going to get for coming up with the correct answer. Sounds easy?—Think again! ISACA doesn’t publish any information about the candidates’ success rates, but a rumor has it that only one half of the candidates pass the exam on the first attempt.
Cloud computing has revolutionized the modern Information Technology (IT) universe. In addition to all the good things that it brought us, cloud computing has also opened a brand new Pandora’s box of cybersecurity threats. Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) is a white-hat IT specialist whose job is to keep those threats at bay. One of the tasks on your way to becoming a CCSP is passing the certification exam sponsored by the organization named International Information System Security Certification Consortium, commonly known as (ISC)2.
Working in the training industry for 15+ years, I’ve heard from many students about the roadblocks they face when trying to achieve Cisco’s CCNA certification.
Podcasting is a medium on the rise. In an increasing on demand world, podcasts are to audio what YouTube and Netflix were to video. Without the time constraints of traditional audio media, podcasts provide access to longform conversation without disruptive formulaic breaks. With a wide range of genres and delivery formats to choose from, there is a podcast for everyone. We've assembled a trio of IT Podcasts to listen to in celebration of International Podcast Day.
Much like Boson’s twenty-year history of offering premier IT Certification products, the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification also has over a twenty-year history of serving as a benchmark of advanced competency in information security. Here are some of the key benefits of completing your CISSP certification.
Every three years, I go through the ritual of taking the CISSP exam rather than submitting CPEs to keep my certification current. As you might guess considering the nature of my employment, I'm very comfortable with taking exams, so I don't mind one bit.
Of all the questions we receive, the most frequent is “What separates ExSim-Max practice exams from others on the market?” In a word, quality. Our content developers have been writing practice exams for over 20 years, and they bring that knowledge and experience to each product. An ExSim-Max product typically includes three separate exams. The content on each exam is carefully balanced to give you the appropriate coverage appropriate to the individual topic proportions. Every item consists of a question, answer, and a detailed explanation. Those explanations are invaluable. Each explains not only why the correct answer is correct, but why the incorrect answers are wrong. And each question is backed up with relevant sources and our Curriculum where available.