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07 December 2013

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Great post Sarah and thanks for drawing attention to the HCISPP certification. Relevant accredited certification is definitely a must have and hygiene factor for any hiring manager. I would be interested to gain a UK perspective on the certification in terms of relevance and prevalence. I like the emphasis in all ISC2 certifications on experience and endorsement as well.

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