While your blend of proposed credentials is somewhat unusual, it's unusual only because it requires covering a lot of different ground rather than ground not worth treading. Because you already have a Security+ and an MCSE, I'm not sure the CIW Security Analyst cert is worth the added time and effort, but it probably won't slow you down much in any case. Otherwise, you've got a great mix of topics and as long as you can spend the time and money necessary to pursue them, should help you build your credibility as an information security professional. Good luck with your pursuits.
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