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    Say hello to the new CISSP!!

    I just found out that I passed the exam!!

    It was actually easier than I had expected. Has anyone else taken it, and if so, I would be interested in hearing your comments.

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    Say hello to the new CISSP!!

    I just found out that I passed the exam!!

    It was actually easier than I had expected. Has anyone else taken it, and if so, I would be interested in hearing your comments.

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    Hey!! Congrats!! You have the 3 years or 4 years experience? I've been meaning to take it but haven't set the time aside to truly study for it.. =P.. I'm a wuss about this kind of stuff.
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    Hey!! Congrats!! You have the 3 years or 4 years experience? I've been meaning to take it but haven't set the time aside to truly study for it.. =P.. I'm a wuss about this kind of stuff.
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    I do have the necessary experience (about 7 years) in security, so it is no problem for me, but I did have to send them a copy of my resume and an accredidation letter from another CISSP or a senior officer at my company who "swears" that I have the required experience.

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    I do have the necessary experience (about 7 years) in security, so it is no problem for me, but I did have to send them a copy of my resume and an accredidation letter from another CISSP or a senior officer at my company who "swears" that I have the required experience.

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    I'd rather be fishing DjM's Avatar
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    Congrats Mate! I am going to try and fit it in this year. (or early next year) I haven't done my homework yet.


    Cheers:
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    I'd rather be fishing DjM's Avatar
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    Congrats Mate! I am going to try and fit it in this year. (or early next year) I haven't done my homework yet.


    Cheers:
    DjM

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    My sincerest congratulations to you, iNViCTuS. As a soon-to-be-graduate, I can relate to the elation you must feel.
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    My sincerest congratulations to you, iNViCTuS. As a soon-to-be-graduate, I can relate to the elation you must feel.
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