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    Default Highest infosec I can get?

    Hi everyone. I'm wanted to get my CISSP this year but have a problem. I don't know or work with another CISSP tech to endorse me.

    What's the higest level infosec exam someone can pass without the help of another tech like this situation.

    As a side note: I'm not looking to get my CEH or anything from EC Council.

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    You can submit your resume to ISC2 and they will endorse you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by afcyung View Post
    You can submit your resume to ISC2 and they will endorse you.
    +1. If you have provable experience, go for CISSP and get ISC2 to endorse you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by afcyung View Post
    You can submit your resume to ISC2 and they will endorse you.
    Quote Originally Posted by ChooseLife View Post
    +1. If you have provable experience, go for CISSP and get ISC2 to endorse you.
    Did not know this... Thanks you guys!!! This was actually something I was wondering about too.
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    This is how it was done before the (ISC)2 started peer endorsements.
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    they dont still do that? When did that start?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SephStorm View Post
    they dont still do that? When did that start?

    I had the same worry when I began studying. Just remember any respectable CISSP is required to support and further the profession according to the ISC2 ethics. On the same note don't expect your endorser to automatically approve you. Support and protect the profession
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