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From: A.J.Caines at halplant.com (Andrew J Caines)
Subject: Re: [FD] Training & Certifications

Ron reports that Laura Taylor <ltaylor@...evanttechnologies.com> said...
> ...they were not willing to verify if anyone is a CISSP, ...
> If a certification cannot be verified, to me it is worthless. I'd rather
> hire an MCSE because Microsoft is willing to verify all their
> certifications.

Surely this is a trivial authentication issue. Each certified drone gets
an ID number, recorded on the paper, so the verifier can simply check in
and ask if drone #123456789 is Mr. Paper Weight with a brown belt in straw
fortification from 2002.

IIRC, this is pretty much what MS do with theirs.

Anything less demonstrates a possible ability to print (though even that
can't be verified).


-Andrew-
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