I was sent some very challenging scenarios this week, from entry level remote work to anonymity. As always, submit your problems here!
I’ll add a little background before my question I’ve always wanted to break into the infosec industry as I love tinkering and figuring out how things work. I managed to get my first IT job on a helpdesk, which has taught me loads, and continues to everyday, however I’m not content with sticking to support. I’ve been very lucky in being accepted onto the Cisco CCNA CyberOps scholarship. My question is, do the course objectives look to be industry relevant?
First exam objectives – https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/community/certifications/ccna-cyber-ops/secfnd/exam-topics
Second exam objectives – https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/community/certifications/ccna-cyber-ops/secops/exam-topics
I’m going to sit the course and try pass it regardless, I’m just interested on how it is viewed by an infosec professional
– A keen n00b 🙂
Congratulations on your scholarship. The…
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All religions, nearly all philosophies, and even a part of science testify to the unwearying, heroic effort of mankind desperately denying its own contingency
“Life is a series of sunrises and sunsets: I enjoy them all.”
― Joseph Rain
DEAR FRIENDS, you are welcome to attend volunteers & adventurers summer camp “View from the South”, which will be held from 15th to 24th July 2016 in village Strelac, Serbia!
You are an adventurer in the soul, but you don’t want to take an adventure?
Do you want to see wildlife? Be sure not to come to village Strelac, what a village surrounded with such nature has to offer? The most beautiful are hidden parts of the mountains. Have you seen the movie “Wildlife”with Reese Witherspoon? The producer of this film really didn’t see the nature in Serbia.
Want to feel like a hero in a movie? Don’t come to camp with us. It is better to sit in front of the TV and dream that one day you will have this experience.
Want to have adventures with people from all around the world? Be sure not to camp with…
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Hello darkness, my old friend;
I’ve come to talk with you again…