[Full-disclosure] CISSP Test
vulcanius at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 05:58:00 GMT 2005
** Hrm... seems my first attempt got rejected for.... "No reason given."
I know that much, I just think it's a bit dumb that the only form of
certification/education they had was a CISSP. Not to mention they
comprised over half of the sector's employees.
On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 00:54:00 -0500, vulcanius <vulcanius at gmail.com> wrote:
> I know that much, I just think it's a bit dumb that the only form of
> certification/education they had was a CISSP. Not to mention they
> comprised over half of the sector's employees.
> On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 21:52:23 -0800, robert at dyadsecurity.com
> <robert at dyadsecurity.com> wrote:
> > vulcanius(vulcanius at gmail.com)@Wed, Mar 23, 2005 at 12:40:51AM -0500:
> > > Back in the summer of 2003 I went out to Silicon Valley and met Jeff
> > > Snyder, Sen. Vice Pres of Veridian's security sector (now General
> > > Dynamics by the way) and I was surprised to find out that a little
> > > over half of the employees in their sec. division didn't have any form
> > > of college degree, they only had CISSPs.
> > IIRC you have to have a certain number of CISSP certified people to bid on some government contracts.
> > Robert
> > --
> > Robert E. Lee
> > CEO, Dyad Security, Inc.
> > W - http://www.dyadsecurity.com
> > E - robert at dyadsecurity.com
> > M - (949) 394-2033
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