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    Default is it worth to do CGEIT if i have CISA & CRISC & CISM?

    hi all,
    is it worth to do CGEIT if i have CISA & CRISC & CISM?
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    Quote Originally Posted by semsem010 View Post
    hi all,
    is it worth to do CGEIT if i have CISA & CRISC & CISM?
    Yes if you so desire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFORCE View Post
    Yes if you so desire.
    well, what add value will CGEIT gives me?
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    Haven't really seen that many jobs looking for CGEIT (or am I just not looking hard enough )
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    Seem to me that you'd be the authority to answer that question. Are you just passing tests? Are you aiming to be a Risk professional or Cyber professional. What are your goals in life?
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    Quote Originally Posted by semsem010 View Post
    well, what add value will CGEIT gives me?
    Shouldn't you be able to answer that yourself? What value did the others give you? Since you have the other three I assume you have plenty of security experience and have a clear idea of why you are taking these exams.
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