Checkpoint CCSA CCSE

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    • #4703
      KamiCrazy
      Participant

      Hi,

      I’m thinking of the future and I’m thinking about doing these certs. (I still have a plethora of other certs lined up so yeah it’ll be a while…)

      What do people think about these courses in terms of adding value to ethical hacking?

      Any firsthand experiences here?

    • #29262
      Ketchup
      Participant

      If it helps you gain an insight into how these devices work (Checkpoint Firewalls, etc), it will help with you ethical hacking.  The more you about how things work, the better hacker you can be.

    • #29263
      KamiCrazy
      Participant

      For some odd reasons I have to choose between this and CISSP (don’t qualify for the experience yet, need another year).

      The most annoying thing about this cert is the lack of alternative training material. Its kinda like the ECSA, if you want to do it you have to get the official training material basically or attend a course 🙁

    • #29264
      Ketchup
      Participant

      You can become an associate of CISSP if you don’t qualify for the experience requirement.  Once you reach the required experience level, you automatically become a full CISSP.

    • #29265
      KamiCrazy
      Participant

      Yeah I am aware of the associate of ISC2.

      Why these two certs is because I need either one for credit for another course. I am not sure passing the exam and being an associate is sufficient for credit.

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