Devaluing the CISSP

Friday, 12 May 2006, 2:42 AM EST

Is the CISSP going the way of the Dodo? Or at least going down the same path of devaluation that has haunted the MCSE for some time? I don't think so, but Sean Walberg seems to think so. The ISC2 is working on a program that will allow colleges to teach the 10 domains that are covered by the CISSP exam. The students will be allowed to take the CISSP exam and if they pass they will become Associate CISSP's with 5 years to accumulate the experience necessary to be full-fledged CISSP's. I think Sean is 100% wrong on this subject and that these courses will actually strengthen the CISSP certification.

At Computerworld.

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