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- January 24, 2019 at 10:33 am #52531
Cybersecurity is a standout amongst the most powerful and energizing fields in tech, consolidating forefront Information Technology with wrongdoing battling. It’s additionally an industry in genuine need of qualified experts.
Finding the correct decision of the program from four accessible decisions is the first means to start your career in cybersecurity.
Here is a certification path for general cybersecurity professionals:
1) ISC2 Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP)
2) GIAC Information Security Fundamentals Certification (GISF)
3) CompTIA’s Security+ is an ideal starting point for your cyber security certification path.
If you have already landed in an entry-level position such as in Security operation center then you can go for these certifications.
1) Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
2) GIAC Security Essentials Certification (GSEC)
3) ISC2 Certified Authorization Professional (CAP)
4) GIAC Information Security Professional (GISP)
5) CWNP Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP)
1) Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
2) Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
3) CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP)
This is a great time to start a career in Information security
(i) Get information security certifications.
(ii) Go to information security conferences to build Your InfoSec Network
Skills required for Job and career in Cyber Security
1. Communication Skills
2. Programming Skills
3. Risk Analysis and Management
4. Understanding Network Protocols
5. Learning Security Principles
- January 29, 2019 at 10:35 am #52643
– The risk is the driving power behind all security operations. So risk management is the must-have thing.
– Another one is log analysis. So that the most useful information about an event can soon and quickly be revealed.
– Disaster Recovery is an important thing. If any unwanted situation has occurred then shifting essential systems to alternate sites or restoring data from backups quickly and completely(is a must thing).
- February 12, 2019 at 10:18 am #53363
Here are a few recognizable career options:
1) Web App Security Tester
2) Network Security
3) Compliance and Auditing
5) Software Security Expert
6) Vulnerability Researcher
and the best job is you can work for the government and help the nation in securing our websites.
– Another thing you can do is a Ph.D. in cybersecurity, teaching the students and have a contributing hand in the purpose of making a secure cyber world.
- February 15, 2019 at 6:09 pm #53699
The necessary one is Linux Shell.
I know it’s not a programming language but to learn how to keep things secure or to crawl around a system the basic understanding of Linux Shell is needed.
The other one is C/C++. It’s an open tool and generally, basics of programming start with c/c++. Having knowledge of c/c++ will really help you to know other language’s basics as well as deep further.
And the others are Python, Perl, JS.
- March 4, 2019 at 2:55 pm #54266
Experts suggest that you should begin with an internship in IT.
This will verse you in fundamentals such as administering & configuring systems, networks, database management, and coding. You’ll also get a sense of IT procedures and real-world business operations.
Because IT jobs can lead to cybersecurity careers include:
– Computer Systems Analyst
– Database Administrator
– Network Systems & Data Analyst
– System Administrator
– Network Engineer
– IT Customer Service
After that, some of the entry-level jobs in Cybersecurity are Analysts, Penetration Testing, Vulnerability Assessment etc.
- April 13, 2019 at 2:43 pm #55645
OOP basically forms the backbone of most of the programming in the professional world, especially involving large-scale projects. OOP concepts and related subject matter helped you in the fundamentals — data structures, classes, algorithms, pointers, memory management, etc.
The suggestion is,
1. Get your fundamentals right
Get a basic understanding of Networking and Security fundamentals — this will help you greatly in landing.
2. Read, listen, watch
Surround yourself with knowledge. Make it a daily goal to learn something new: it could be as little as spending a few minutes on browsing Stack-exchange.
3 It’s okay to be wrong, as long as you are willing to learn.
- April 20, 2019 at 1:57 pm #55925
The future of cyber security is tightly connected with the future of IT. As technology grows, cyber attacks growing up at a rap[id speed. And for that, cyber security is a must need thing. Our personal lives will be reliant on virtual assistants, and IoT connected devices will be part of almost every function of our daily lives. The complexity and connectivity of these interconnected systems directly affect their level of vulnerability.
In the coming years, nation supported organization will continue to develop cyber-defense and offense technology. Many cyber-attacks are run automatically by ‘bots’ that scan the entire network and find the weakest spot, so we won’t need to look like an ‘attractive target’. New profession and domain expertise will be formed. Large corporations will need to guard their data on their own servers. We can have the most secure data center but if any info will leak throughout the device, we are just as vulnerable.
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