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Egroups.com, an email group organizer, has a group that would appeal to individuals interested in obtaining CISSP certification. CISSPStudy1, meets at 1-3pm on Saturdays. They continue to stress that 'NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWALYS WELCOME.' "List members participate . . . Egroups.com, an email group organizer, has a group that would appeal to individuals interested in obtaining CISSP certification. CISSPStudy1, meets at 1-3pm on Saturdays. They continue to stress that 'NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWALYS WELCOME.'

"List members participate in a self-help study group for the CISSP exam (see http://www.isc2.org for info). NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. People invest their time and energy, but the study group does not cost any money. The idea is to help each other understand the ten security domains, share experiences, motivate each other, and demonstrate our knowledge by passing the CISSP exam. We plan to meet on Saturdays from 1-3 pm. If you run out of time during the week, you can still sleep in and read enough to participate on Saturday. If you can't attend one week, come the following week and you won't get far behind. We will exchange emails with any interested people and assist other self-help groups studying for the CISSP exam"

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