I want to make the certification exams offered by (ISC)2 more respected on a technical level. While I understand that the exams are not focused on technology -- "Security Transcends Technology", even! -- this is not a valid reason for exams that have outdated, misleading, or incorrect material.
I want greater accountability from (ISC)2 to its members. This is focused on (but not limited to) exam procedure and feedback. If there is a problem, it should be acknowledged and addressed in a reasonably transparent manner.
I want the purpose and scope of the (ISC)2 certifications to be well-defined. The CISSP certification is considered the de facto standard for technical security jobs; if it is not designed to do this, there should be clear guidelines from (ISC)2 on where it is appropriate and inappropriate to be gauging the skill and qualifications of a job applicant depending on whether they have the certification.You can sign his petition at http://sethforisc2board.org/