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    Exclamation Share latest CISM QAE DB with me - I will share the price

    Hi,

    Anyone willing to share the CISM QAE DB? I am willing to share the price of it. 185 seems a big amount for every cert. Just checking. Let me know.

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    Sumeet
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    It really wouldn’t be worth it. The progress report would be in conflict as far as tracking scores go. I would also imagine it violates Ethics policies.
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    No biggie on the ethics component becuase he's not CEH certified
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    My company does not reimburse any money spent on certifications / its preparations, that is the reason I am looking out for someone who is willing to share the price (specially with those who have cleared the exam recently). I don't think this is in violation of any ethics policy.
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    As someone explained in this forum before, the Q&A database is tied to your ISACA account. It will most likely involve sharing your user account and password. Is anyone here willing to share his/her account with a stranger? Hmmm... sounds like by reading the CISM manual, I'm sure that it will most likely be a violation of identity and access management. Maybe you will be better off if you buy a used Q&A book.
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    It's against policy to share accounts as most of the ISACA materials require user name and password to log into ISACA website, which is tracked. Buy the original material from ISACA, you won't regret and it's worth it.
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