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From: Ryan Russell (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jan 14 2002 - 21:22:55 CST
Apolgies that this is a bit off-topic. I can't seem to find an answer to
the question elsewhere, and I know many of the appropriate people
A friend of mine (it's actually true in this case, believe it or not) has
a question regarding qualifying to get his CISSP certification. He has a
felony conviction for computer crimes. He'd like to get his CISSP, but
the requirements are not clear. He's fully aware of the code of ethics,
and has no problem with that going forward. The question has to do with
past behavior. The code is written in present and future tense.
So, assuming all the listed qualifications are met, will he have a problem
obtaining his CISSP?