All information systems security professionals who are certified by (ISC)² recognize that such certification is a privilege that must be both earned and maintained. In support of this principle, all Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs) commit to fully support this Code of Ethics. CISSPs who intentionally or knowingly violate any provision of the Code will be subject to action by a peer review panel, which may result in the revocation of certification.

Series of questions gathered by to help prospective CISSPs in getting a better idea about the CISSP certification, the CISSP exam and what to expect.


Multiple Exam practice tests that are always being updated.  Each question in these practice exams is timed for 84 seconds to match the actual exam time allowed .

The need for professionalism was a serious topic among computer security practitioners for many years. Professionalism was viewed as the way to upgrade this often ill-defined and poorly understood craft to that of a recognized and disciplined profession.

CISSP® is the term used for the Certified Information System Security Professional. An information systems security certification reflecting the qualification of information systems security practitioners. The CISSP® examination is a six (6) hours exam that consists of 250 multiple choice questions, covering topics such as Identity and Access Management, Asset Security, and Security and Risk Management Practices, and is administered by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium or (ISC)².