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Re: BS7799 and Risk Analysis
From: Alessandro Bottonelli <a.bottonelli () axis-net it>
Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 11:07:31 +0200

On Tuesday 30 March 2004 23:05, you wrote:
 I was looking for a weeks training that would set me in
good stead for the future and was debating between CISSP and BS7799 and yes
I know they are a World apart.

Indeed! That's why I chose to certify for both. My undertanding is that BS 
gives you pretty much the business perspective on security while CISSP gives 
you the technical/operational perspective. I wanted both!

I strongly suggest security professionals to go for both (given the time, the 
money, and the curiosity for an holistic view of one's profession). The only 
warning is that at times clients are not sure to what kind of professional 
they're talking to... as long as YOU know, it's a minor issue :-)

Cheers from sunny Italy

-- 
Alessandro Bottonelli, CISSP & BS7799 Lead Auditor
A.Bottonelli () axis-net it
http://www.axamonline.net

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