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Check Point Certified Security Principles Associate (CCSPA)
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    Check Point Certified Security Principles Associate (CCSPA)

    What do you guys think? anyone taken it? what courseware would i use?
    how good are certmagic.com guides for this exam ?
    I'm thinking about this next as i am in the security field currently or
    possibly my CCNA as that will help with my cisco knowledge
    (though i am not really in contact with cisco products ALL too often).
    I cant get the CISSP yet as i only have 2 years exp and
    i dont think sec+ and TICSA would count to them as another 2 years.
    any ideas suggestions?

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    Try the GIAC certs. I would really wait until you can get the CISSP, instead of the CCSPA imho.
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