At present, there are over 20 vendor-neutral security certifications available, and probably double that number of vendor-specific certifications to boot. I would urge you to check out my tech tip for SearchSecurity.com entitled "The Security Certification Landscape" to learn more about your options in this growing and interesting field. You will find that tip at http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/tip/1,289483,sid14_gci516426,00.html. Check it out! I think it will help you identify the potential targets for your future certification activity.
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