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Getting Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) can help you get jobs as a Cyber Security Analyst or a Cyber Security Specialist
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To pass your Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) certification you really need 4 things and we will teach you all of them.
Frequently asked CC: Certified in Cybersecurity questions:
I can’t promise you anything, but there is a huge demand for Cyber Security certified professionals, there are currently 769,000 open Cyber Security jobs in the US alone and we are seeing the same picture across the world.
The average Cyber Security Specialist salary in the US is over $94,000 per year.
You should be able to pass your Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) exam just using my course, IF you use it right.
This is the approach I use for all my studying and it seems to work for the majority of my students.
- Watch the entire course, take notes, use the study guide, and answer the chapter questions.
- Re-watch each video class at 1.5x – 2x speed, take notes.
- Do the full practice tests to find your weak areas, restudy those.
- Rewatch the videos as needed to fill knowledge gaps.
- Keep doing practice tests until you consistently hit 80%+ on all domains.
You need to understand ALL the concepts, be able to explain them, and be able to logic your way through convoluted exam questions.
You need to spend some time learning to deconstruct questions; what are they really asking here?
Do not worry if you spend 2-3 minutes on a question to begin with, just learn to deconstruct the question.
Deconstruct questions and answers:
• Read the question; spot the keywords (PKI, Integrity, HIPAA) and indicators (FIRST, MOST, BEST), then deconstruct the question; what are they really asking here.
• Once you have deconstructed the question, read the answer options.
• Deconstruct the answer options too if needed.
It is possible for questions have 2 distractors and 2 possible right answers.
After each practice test, review the questions you got wrong, read the question explanation. Then re-study your notes, the study guides, and re-watch the video topics you answered wrong on the test.
Re-study the topic until you understand WHY the right answer is the right answer, and why you answered it wrong.
All this is included in our courses:
17.5 hours of Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) videos
1,700 Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) practice questions (in 17 tests)
60+ chapter Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) practice questions
175+ pages Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) study guides – (for all 5 domains)
A Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) study plan
200+ Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) links
We made our Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) study guides using our slides, you get over 175+ pages of Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) study guides when you purchase our full CC course.
You have unlimited access for your 12 months, you can watch the videos and answer the questions as many times as you want.
The Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) exam is linear, meaning once you have answered a question, you can’t go back.
You get 100 questions and you have 2 hours to answer them, meaning on average 72 seconds per question,
There are no prerequisites, this certification has no experience requirements.
There are 5 domains on the ISC2 Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) exam
Domain 1:Security Principles making up 26% of the exam questions.
Domain 2: Business Continuity (BC), Disaster Recovery (DR) & Incident Response Concepts – making up 10% of the exam questions.
Domain 3: Access Controls Concepts – making up 22% of the exam questions.
Domain 4: Network Security – making up 24% of the exam questions.
Domain 5: Security Operations – making up 18% of the exam questions.
Certified in Cybersecurity (CC) certification holders are required to earn 45 CPEs per 3-year cycle, pay a $50 Annual Maintenance Fee (AMF) and adhere to ISC2’s Code of Ethics.