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I am planning to take up certification in Penetration Testing. Could anyone advise on which certification is more widely recognized or considered best (between CEH & GIAC -GPEN)?
How would you rate the Certified Ethical Hacker designation vs. CISSP? What are the differences? What are the advantages of one over the other? Thanks for any opinion you can offer.