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14 January 2014

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Kyle Tucker

Very well written article. I have had my cert since March of this year and I have been going to the ISC2 website and taking the esymposium classes as well as joining a chapter to earn my CPE. Thank you for clarifying the audit process should one ever occur.

Abraham

Hello,

Thanks for this great feedback on how to maintain the CISSP certification with the CPEs. That is very valuable information for students who didn't started to study and need to know more about how to have the certification valid.
thank you

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