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RE: Question about GCIH
From: <Yves.Duquenne () electrabel com>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2007 16:19:51 +0100

Attending the course and subscribing the exam is sufficient for somebody who has learned IT (some questions of general 
Yves Duquenne, CISSP, CISM, CISA, ISO17799 & 27001 Lead Auditor, SANS (GCFA, GCFW)

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Objet : Question about GCIH

Hello all-

I am signed up to take SANS 504 and along with that I can take the
exam to become certified as a GCIH (GIAC certified Incident Handler
is I believe what it stands for). Anyways I called up SANS to ask them
a question and they *strongly* recommended I do the on-demand learning
thing as well to better help me prepare for the exam.

I was wondering if anyone had any opinions on their suggestion. Is it
just a sales pitch or is the on-demand learning a viable, useful tool
to helping one pass the exam?



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