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Feb 27, 2003 9:38 pm re: re: re: re: re: re: CISSP
Richard Danielli
Proving that one is more the just a piece of paper requires an audience that has knowledge of the subject matter.

If the cert is being used to leverage a job application then one is assuming that the HR people must have knowledge of the subject matter. I assume that the HR people are asked to look for certs to screen for those that meet some sort of minimum requirement.

If the cert is being used to leverage a consultancy engagement then the client would have to have knowledge of the subject matter in order to validate the consultant. Of course this begs the question, why hire a consultant on a topic that you know enough about to prove their cert is only paper.

of course IMHO at this time the CISSP has not achieved a parallel status recognition to the MCSE

IMNSHO once a person achives the goals that they aspired too previous to the cert, they have shown that they are more then just the cert.


> Ken Seefried wrote:
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>Prove you are more useful that merely having a cert.
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>> Carolyn Burke wrote:
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>>Suggestions please on using certifications...
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