Do you still value your CISSP?

Friday, 2 March 2007, 8:50 PM EST

The CISSP doesn't matter anymore.

I hear this comment a lot. Where did this data originate? Personally, I think it stems from the CPE process and requirements. Those who value the certificate will put in the work to obtain and record the CPEs. Those who don’t probably couldn’t care much about the certificate anyway. They were probably “incentived” by their employer to go take the test. While they may have seen value in it at one time, the motive wasn’t personally driven.

At the nCircle blog.

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