Professional certifications I have

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Tuesday, 05 November 2002

  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
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    CISSP Logo CISSP Certification was designed to recognize mastery of an international standard
    for information security and understanding of a Common Body of Knowledge. CISSP’s also
    legally adhere to a Code of Ethics. The domains mastered for a CISSP are :

    • Access Control Systems & Methodology,
    • Applications & Systems Development,
    • Business Continuity Planning,
    • Cryptography,
    • Law, Investigation & Ethics,
    • Operations Security,
    • Physical Security,
    • Security Architecture & Models,
    • Security Management Practices,
    • Telecommunications, Network &Internet Security.
Monday, 04 November 2002

  • IBM Certified Advanced Technical Expert – RS/6000 AIX
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    IBM Certified Certifies an advanced level of AIX knowledge and understanding, both in breadth
    and depth. Verifies the ability to perform in-depth analysis, apply complex AIX
    concepts and provide resolution to critical problems, all i n a variety of areas
    within RS/6000 AIX. To attain the IBM Certified Advanced Technical Expert –
    RS/6000 AIX certification, candidates must pass four tests. One test is the
    prerequisite in either AIX System Administration or AIX System Support. The
    other three tests are selected from a variety of AIX and RS/6000 topics.
Sunday, 03 November 2002

  • Check Point Certified Security Expert (CCSE)
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    CheckPoint Certified Organizations use firewalls to protect access to their network, however, they
    benefit from secure communications among corporate sites by implementing Virtual
    Private Networks (VPNs). CCSEs receive intensive training to deploy VPN-1/FireWall-1
    in an enterp rise environment and acquire in-depth knowledge on VPN and encryptions
    technologies. They possess the skills necessary to set up a site-to-site VPN and roll
    out a remote access VPN. These skills enable to implement and deploy VPN-1/FireWall-1
    for organizations that have distributed computing environments with multiple branch
    offices and remote workers. CCSEs are able to accurately configure a stable and secure
    security solution with c entralized management capabilities and advanced encryption
Saturday, 02 November 2002

  • IBM Certified Specialist – AIX System Administration
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    IBM Certified This certification validates the ability to install, configure, and perform a
    broad range of AIX system administrative activities. The certification is applicable
    to AIX System Administrators who are responsible for supporting end-users and the
    day-to-day operation of an AIX RS/6000 environment.
Friday, 01 November 2002

  • IBM Certified Specialist – AIX System Support
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    IBM Certified This certification validates a broad scope of AIX problem determination and
    resolution skills, and the ability perform general AIX software system maintenance.
    The certification is applicable to support professionals who conduct AIX problem
    determination and resolution activities needed to successfully support system administrators,
    customers, and clients in an AIX environment, in order to maintain system reliability.
Thursday, 31 October 2002

  • Check Point Certified Security Administrator (CCSA)
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    CheckPoint Certified
The CCSA certification is designed as a foundation level certification. This
certification prepares to manage basic installations of Check Point’s flagship
product, VPN-1/FireWall-1. These skills enables to manage a company’s firewall
to allow appropriate access to the right people. CCSAs offer valuable assistance
to their employers or customers by ensuring that the company receives a firewall
implementation that enables secure access to information across the network.