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Newcomer II

Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

And it's an excellent tool for penetration testing.

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Viewer II

Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

gh4d3r,

Try cybrary which is free and you can also earn points there to take their tests and get certificates. If you then search online, you will see that since companies offer paid internships for people with little experience and some pay quite well. You can list your cyber certs on your resume and try to get one of those internships. You may have to travel to a nearby city or relocate, but it may pay enough for that depending on the internship. if you don't have much money, you can also apply to an online school and should be able to get full financial aid. A low cost one is Western Governors University and they have both an BS and MS in cybersecurity. The great thing about their program is certs are included as part of the tuition and with the BS you will earn about 9 security related industry certs plus a degree. I believe the courseware is also NSA and DHS approved. I hope this helps and wish you well on the path.
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Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

i think cyber security field is bigger than to learn and start with kali linux .i think this is bad idea

Anonymous
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Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

thanks i think this is good one.but any one can help to use these people in real world projects that learn practical . 

Viewer III

Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

I suggest to get at least 2-3 years of work experience in Network or System Administration, then start looking into transitioning to Cyber Security. People needs to understand first how network infrastructure works (they should be able to design, configure and troubleshoot) so they know what needs to be protected when they get a job in Cyber Security. In terms of certs. Probably start with CompTIA Security+, Cisco CCNA, ISACA CSX. Then once in Cyber Security, get at least a couple of years work experience before looking into more advanced certs such as CISSP, ISACA CISM, GIAC.

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Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

Cybrary has been a life saver.  I am so thankful for these kinds of certifications because I was out of IT for a stint and now I feel like I am back in the game! 

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Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

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Viewer II

Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

Hi,

Cybrary.it host all free training courses and provide CASP, CISSP, CISM and many short modules to get into Cyber Security.

Contributor II

Re: RoadMap for begginers for Cyber Security

A career in Information Security or InfoSec starts with asking the first question. What is it that you think you want to do in InfoSec? This is an incredibly broad subject with so many facets and basic disagreement as to truly is or isn't security that we could start a firestorm of disagreement just tackling that first subject.

 

Are you approaching the field from a pre or post college viewpoint? Are you or have you been working in IT for any length of time? If so what is it that your doing now? Are you good with development or more of a administration type? So many questions, so little time to ask them all without having some idea about your background its really impossible to tell you what a 'Road Map' let alone a career path might entail without some idea on your background. Its like throwing darts at a board behind your back and blindfolded at the same time.

 

Everything else is just speculation.