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    Default New cert: CNDA (Certified Network Defense Architect)

    Received an email from EC-Council regarding being grandfathered in for the CNDA certification. Apparently if you already have your CEH AND you work for a government organization then you just send in the application form, a "small" 200 dollar processing fee and you automatically get it. It just sounded really out of the blue and I just feel like I'm getting swindled for a 200 dollar piece of paper so just wondering if anyone else had received it and whether anyone intends on taking ECC up on their offer.

    https://www.eccouncil.org/programs/c...hould-i-go-for-
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  3. There is no spoon. p@r0tuXus's Avatar
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    I felt the same way...I already paid 950 for the exam now you want $200 more dollars for some unknown piece of paper.
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  5. The ceiling is glass. PJ_Sneakers's Avatar
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    I only did it because I got reimbursed through my employer.
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    It's another cert you can list...there was some reason they created it to do with the government complaining about the "hacker" title.

    Will it be really useful? No.
    Should you do it if you have the extra cash or can get reimbursed? Why not.
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