At 02:40 PM 17/02/98 -0500, Mark Teicher wrote:
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>On Tue, 17 Feb 1998, Bennett Todd wrote:
>> I don't think anyone proposes such an arrangement when they refer to
>> ``certification''; instead, they're looking for something on the lines
>> of the CPA and CFA, where you pay a certificying organization a testing
>> fee, sit down and take a test, and if you make the grade then you have
>> your certificate.
That is the was the CISSP works.
>Next post might be an actual proposal.. You never know..
I propose we shut up and get on with using the CISSP.
If you don't know what the CISSP is, look at the ISSA, CSI
and (ISC)2 sites. Look at Charles Cresson Wood's article on why
the CISSP is relevant as a security certification.
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