@thisjosh and @M15K are absolutely right in describing certs as a way to get you past the first HR cull - literally if they have a list of preferred certs and you don't have one, your CV/resume will be binned. It's not ideal, but is the only way for HR folks who don't know anything about the subject to reduce numbers of interviews.
However there is a risk if you have too many, once you get to the second round you may be excluded as a 'cert chaser' so you want to think carefully about what you go for. For example, on your list, C|EH is an entry penetration testing cert so if you are going for a junior pen test role it would be ideal. CISSP is a wider cert, indicating you have some knowledge of a range of security disciplines, but is not a deep specialist cert.
When interviewing, if I see a long list of letters, I go into each one to see if they are justified (did you do it as your day job and have experience, or did you bootcamp it to get the letters) - so make sure you can talk in depth in any of the topics you are certified in and use certs intelligently: if you have a position you are aiming for, and a cert would help you in pursuing it, go for it, otherwise, as @M15K says "you have enough certs to get your resume noticed"