I personally don't want to have a C-level management position, but I work with those people on a regular basis. It's important that I understand their needs and can effectively communicate with them.
GAngel wrote: »
Almost nothing in reality.
Paul Boz wrote: »
You can get a raise with it. That's generally the reason people get it. I know generally most of the information in the CISSP material but like all certifications, it represents a certain level of knowledge. You may be more knowledgeable than the certification represents but at least it represents a baseline competency.