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Re: Re: University Degree or CISSP
From: shyaam () gmail com
Date: 21 Jan 2006 03:25:23 -0000

Yes,
Very true. Nothing counts equivalent to experience, but experience comes only when someone starts somewhere. I have 
seen one big thing happening around. People in the industries shifted from technology to business, that is the point 
when they lost the security and created more loopholes in their own products as they reduced the time needed, reduced 
budgets and spent more on advertisements and marketing. 
How does that reflect on people. They need people already with experience. But how is that possible. Everybody needs to 
start somewhere. So experience does count, but I would say some foundation, some added qualification and some 
experience is good for a cool job. For a startup job, some degree and some cert is essential.

PS: This is my opinion, I am not pointing out any company or any private organization.

-S-

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