The CISM certification measure an individual's management experience in information security situations, not general practitioner skills. Earning the CISM designation distinguishes you as a qualified information security management professional with experience and knowledge managing, designing and overseeing an enterprise's information security.
ISACA has prepared the CISM self-assessment to help CISM exam candidates assess their knowledge of the CISM job practice areas and determine in which information security areas they may have strengths and weaknesses. This self-assessment contains 50 sample items covering the appropriate proportion of subject matter to match the CISM exam blueprint. These items are will or never have appeared on a CISM exam, but serve as a sample representation of the type of questions you can expect to see on the CISM exam. Note, the result of the self-assessment test guarantee or indicate individual success on the CISM exam. For additional exam detail coverage, review each area's task and knowledge statements.
This 50-question self-assessment is one of many tools that you can use to help prepare for the CISM exam. Visit CISM Review Materials for a complete listing of study material.
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