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    Post CSX Practitioner Certification

    Hello, Is CSX Practitioner Certification has a worth in job market. Is it better to do this certification and have in our resume to show as a Cybersecurity professional or is there any other worth certification equivalent to it

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    "Cybersecurity professional" can mean one of roughly 500 different things, you'll probably want to clarify what your end goal is. On the CSX Practitioner, there is a writeup here from another member that took the training and seemed to enjoy it but no one else. It's brand new so it's hard to say there will be much demand for the cert itself, the training might be very valuable but if you're going strictly for resume building / HR searching certs, this might not be the one, yet.
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    Nobody's ever heard of or is asking for ISACA's technical-focused infosec certs. A few people here who have taken the exams indicate they are of high quality, but the HR marketplace is ignoring them for the most part. In other words, don't expect it as a resume booster, although you may learn some useful new knowledge along the way, which may make it worthwhile for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 636-555-3226 View Post
    Nobody's ever heard of or is asking for ISACA's technical-focused infosec certs. A few people here who have taken the exams indicate they are of high quality, but the HR marketplace is ignoring them for the most part. In other words, don't expect it as a resume booster, although you may learn some useful new knowledge along the way, which may make it worthwhile for you.
    ISACA is a benchmark in Infosec in terms of an organization.
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