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Today, all my InfoSec open badges are officially awarded. It should’ve been done in the end of 2018 according to my plan but it took as long as 10 weeks for ISSMP and ISSAP to complete the procedure.
Ready to learn new things and go for business initiatives and opportunities to serve. Lucky me!
My CISM training bootcamp will be delivered in Taiwan soon. The year of 2019 is amazing!
Last night, I was finally awarded the ISSAP (Information Systems Security Architecture Professional) designation; its endorsement application is the last one submitted in 2018. Good news for 2019!
The year 2018 is fruitful as I passed a couple of certification exams from PMI, ISC2, ISACA, and EC-Council and get ready to start a new business of training and education.
This picture is the collection of books, not including Kindle e-books, I bought in 2018 to prepare for the exams. They helped a lot.
The latest InfoSec professionals statistics according to the ISC2 member counts as of Dec 31, 2018.
- Compared with the number as of June 1st, 2018, CISSP increases by 3 in Taiwan, while CCSP, CSSLP and ISSEP increase by 1 respectively. Wentz Wu is one of the increases.
- There is a decrease of CISSP in Korea, ISSEP in India, ISSMP in Singapre and Hong Kong.
- The CCSP certification grows fast.
A leader is anyone that sets the direction, influences, supports and develops people so that they are willing to follow him or her and work together to achieve agreed-upon goals.
A leader doesn’t have to be a manager. The key characteristic of a leader is the influence. Someone in management positions with formal power has influence, while the other with moral beauty is respected and his or her words are followed. In either case, they all have influence over people, exercise leadership, and hence a leader.
- The sources of influence
- Servant leader
- Team building
- Smart goals