Accelerating security certification

Wednesday, 17 September 2003, 12:43 PM EST

Get certified, get more money. While that paradigm no longer holds true for IT in general, according to recent studies, it still flies for information security. What should information security professionals, and employers footing the bill, look for in a certification? Here's something else to consider, regardless of the certification: how should you go about getting certified?

To talk about such information security training ins and outs, Security Strategies spoke with Ed Denzler, CEO of The Training Camp, which just launched its InfoSec Academy division (http://www.infosecacademy.com) to focus exclusively on accelerated security learning. The company’s customers include Genentec, Motorola, and the Department of Veterans' Affairs. It’s also the only approved global “accelerated” training provider for (ISC)2’s Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

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