This post was originally published here by (ISC)² Management .

(ISC)² regularly conducts Job Task Analysis (JTA) studies to review and update the content outline of its credentialing examinations. A JTA is the methodical process used to determine tasks that are performed by credential holders and knowledge and skills required to perform those tasks successfully. Results of the JTA study link a candidate’s examination score directly to the domain knowledge being tested.

A JTA Study Workshop for CISSP-ISSAP has tentatively been scheduled toward the end of March 2019. In preparation for the upcoming study, we would like to hear from our CISSP-ISSAP members. Please comment on any new content and emerging concepts or technology in the security architecture field that needs to be covered by the CISSP-ISSAP exam. This is your opportunity to shape the content of the CISSP-ISSAP exam! Thank you in advance for taking the time to share your feedback and experiences – it will help us ensure the CISSP-ISSAP continues to meet the needs of an ever-evolving security architecture profession.

You can find a copy of the current CISSP- ISSAP Exam Outline online. (ISC)² would appreciate you reviewing this Outline and answering the following questions:

Do you believe that current CISSP-ISSAP exam outline covers all the appropriate domains of the security architecture profession? Are there any domains missing or better covered elsewhere?

If not, what sort of topics and domains must be added to the exam content outline so that the Exam Outline reflects the changing face of security architecture?

Also, please let us know if any important content (tasks, knowledge, and skills) are not covered by the current CISSP-ISSAP Outline. Send your comments to us at Your comments will be compiled and presented to the JTA Committee for further review.



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