I'm a bit confused about one of the particular Blue Card requirements - "the job must be relevant to the qualifications, i.e. the skills acquired through the university degree must be at least partly or indirectly required for the job" .
I have a law degree, but I'm an security/privacy consultant in my life and that is the job I've got in Germany.
Now I can explain that for my role/position in Germany company as Security/Privacy consultant, the privacy knowledge of regulations comes from my Law degree and the internship in the law firm from the past in which i worked as an intern in Tech Regulation and Privacy Department and afterwards as Privacy Data Consultant.
Is that explanation sufficient to prove that the skills acquired through the university are at least partly or indirectly required for the job?
If the above stated is not sufficient in my case to be regarded for "the qualifications" maybe I can or I should be referring only to "the qualifications" as the international certifications in that I have in Cyber Security like CCSP?