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RSA runs out of CISSP ribbons

| March 2, 2010 | Events, Secure File Transfer

I got into the RSA conference here in San Francisco last night and got a surprisingly lightweight name tag.  Usually, there is a pretty little green “(ISC)2” ribbon at the bottom of the tag, but this year the RSA organizers ran out!

This is good news for the security profession and the education/certification programs run by (ISC)2, SANS and others.   Security remains a important topic at all levels of IT and these programs help all practitioners speak a common language.

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