GEVA (GIAC Enterprise Vulnerability Assessor) Information

Pmorgan2Pmorgan2 CISSP, A+/Net+/Sec+/Project+, ITIL v3, CIW SDA & WSPMember Posts: 110 ■■■■□□□□□□
Anyone have any information on the new (?) GIAC Enterprise Vulnerability Assessor certification tied to SANS SEC460 training? I'm trying to see where it fits in for penetration testers. Just going off the course numbers, it looks like an advanced course a step below GPEN.
2020 Goals: ECIH, WGU BSCSIA, GICSP, VCP7-DTM, GRID, MCSA Server 2016

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  • UnixGuyUnixGuy Are we having fun yet? Mod Posts: 4,167 Mod
    Never heard of it till now, interesting syllabus. Looks like it's focused on vulnerability management which is important, but not too sure I'll invest in it myself.

    Are you paying out of pocket or is your employer paying? If I had a choice and I wanted more Pentesting knowledge AND my employer is paying, I'd do GPEN/GWAPT/GPXN/GMOB   
    Goal: MBA, Jan 2021
  • Pmorgan2Pmorgan2 CISSP, A+/Net+/Sec+/Project+, ITIL v3, CIW SDA & WSP Member Posts: 110 ■■■■□□□□□□
    Employer is paying. My interest in pen testing is mostly from a security architecture point of view so perhaps this new GEVA is more up my alley. But who knows how this new cert will work out?

    I'm curious if anyone's done it and had any comments about how it compares to other similar certs.

    GIAC has released three other ones in the last year as well:


    2020 Goals: ECIH, WGU BSCSIA, GICSP, VCP7-DTM, GRID, MCSA Server 2016
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