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  1. [NEW] Cyber Security 2020 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. Greetings my people. Just need your help. Actually I could see that there are lot of security/cyber security content providers out there. As new to this field, I have developed lot of curiosity and I need to get it cleared. First of all, If you are acquainted with the content material from various vendors, could you please specify what are the plus & minus points for each of the one. I know some, SANS, Sector, Pen Tester Academy. Please feel free to list out if there are more. 1. What makes one better than the other. If I cannot fulfill certain aspect with a course, can I do with the same course provided by other content provider? 2. What are the mandatory/necessary skills do I need to possess to be counted as a cyber security professional and at what depth? Please help me.
  3. Udemy - Cyber Security Network Fundamentals & Network Layer Attacks [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. I run an InfoSec recruitment company based out of Los Angeles and although we see the CISSP in every one of our job requirements, we are starting to see more and more where it is an essential skill. Even where clients aren't willing to look at candidates with X many years experience if they don't have it. Personally I think they are missing out on some good quality candidates but I do think as an InfoSec specialist it is a worthwhile investment. For this reason I was wondering what had driven you guys to get your CISSP or what is driving those who are planning to get the cert? If I get enough replies I may start a poll to try and get some real comparisons. Thanks Kris
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