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I Busticated a Behemoth and Slew Kerberos

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Author: Mark Dixon
Monday, September 20, 2010
11:57 am

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Back in July, while studying for the CISSP exam, I proposed that Kerberos (or Cerberus), the three-headed dog from Greek mythology that guards the gates of Hades, ought to be proclaimed the mascot of the CISSP exam.   I furthermore suggested that Busticating a Behemoth into manageable chunks was a good approach to CISSP exam preparation.

Well, I’m pleased to report that I did it!  I received official word this morning that my designation is official.  I can now join the ranks of fellow professionals with the acronym “CISSP” after our names.

I don’t really feel much smarter, but I am gratified to have tackled the big challenge and prevailed.

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