The Assistant General Counsel, Alex H. Rosenfeld, Esq., replied to me on May 7, 2021, which states, “I have confirmed with our team that your questions are original, and you may disregard the notice that was sent.” I’m grateful for the efficient response and confirmation from (ISC)² and will continue to develop Wentz QOTD.
Please refer to Wentz QOTD Notice of Originality for more.
I just received the “Notice of Infringement” from ISC2, as the screenshot shows.
As you may know, I’ve been quite actively contributing to the community, helping others, and strictly following the rules and compliance requirements.
I’ve also spent much time “100% originally writing” CISSP practice questions and explaining my suggested answers to help CISSP aspirants and contribute to the community, as most instructors have done. However, ISC2 officially expresses its concern and claims its copyright.
I am communicating with ISC2. If they insist that I shall follow its request to remove my QOTDs immediately and stop writing practice questions. I will do so per the request. If QOTDs are removed in the end, I hope discussions will continue!
Thank you for your active engagement!
Evidence of My Original Work
- To Think Strategically and Critically (Posted on March 24, 2021)
- Wentz QOTD (Posted on December 18, 2020)
- Wentz QOTD – Day 365! (Posted on August 15, 2020)
- Wentz QOTD can be Tough! (Posted on August 11, 2020)
- CISSP PRACTICE QUESTIONS – 20190806 (Posted on August 6, 2019)
- CISSP PRACTICE QUESTIONS – 20190422 (Posted on April 22, 2019)