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10 September 2011

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Rolf Moulton, CISSP-ISSMP

Gary,
Thank you for letting your readers know about the Independent Candidates who are trying to secure places on the 2011 (ISC)² Election of Directors Ballot. I would like to add that the endorsement period ends on September 19th, and only (ISC)² Members [who are certificate holders] in good standing can endorse candidates. Further, Members can endorse as many Independent Candidates as they may wish to endorse. And, an endorsement is not a commitment to vote for a candidate.

Rolf Moulton, CISSP-ISSMP
Independent Board Candidate

E-mail: rolf.moulton@boardcandidate.com

Website: http://www.boardcandidate.com

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