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CISSP Requirements
From: Dustin Kirkley <achaias () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 15:48:04 -0500

Hey all,
I had a quick question about fulfilling the requirements of the CISSP.
 I know you have to have 5 years of full time experience from at least
2 domains or 4 + a computer related 4 year degree.

I guess my question is based on my personal experience of working.
I'm an Information Assurance Analyst and have been working with
Vulnerability Management for about 4.5 years, Patch and Vulnerability
Management for close to 4, and with a lot more of the domains over the
past 2 years starting to crop up.  This is in addition to a 4 year
degree in Training Support and Technology Management which is like a
hybrid of CS, CIS, and some general Business classes.  Based on this
would you think my experience would count towards qualifying for the

If not I'm thinking of pursuing the Associate of ISC(2) and possibly
the CCNA to get some certs under my belt.  Any and all opinions and
help is appreciated.



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