Top 10 Certifications for 2010

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    • #4548
      UNIX
      Participant

      CISSP and CISM are most sought by professionals.

      More here

      Any thoughts? 🙂

    • #28417
      jason
      Participant

      Interesting that they lump GIAC certs into one big category…

    • #28418
      Ketchup
      Participant

      Interesting.  Working in the forensics industry, I haven’t seen many people seeking CSFA certification.

    • #28419
      KamiCrazy
      Participant

      I’m frankly not suprised by CISSP and CISM. Having either one usually makes one’s CV stand out to the HR department.

    • #28420
      unsupported
      Participant

      Maybe once I’m done with my GCIA I’ll look at CISM.  Either that, or go through GSEC, work on some gold papers and go for the GSE.  A few people in my department have been surprised by the loose definition of technical management experience for the CISM.  Does anyone have experience with this?

      Things are still up in the air for this year.  I’ll need to talk to my functional manager and the manager who is paying my billz to find out what their wants are.

    • #28421
      Ash Chole
      Participant

      Guess the Sec+ was to low level to make the list. Was surprised to see vendor specific certs on the list. Guess I will pick that Cisco book back up!

    • #28422
      caissyd
      Participant

      For my part, I am surprised there is nothing about penetration testing (GPEN – although though GIAC,  OSCP, etc).

      Is it me or it really looks like managers have answered the survey more than everybody else…

      But I am fairly new in the field, so it is probably me…   ;D

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