What Is This Post?
This post is to help you navigate the resources within this site.
There are several ways I can help you.
Clearly you’re interested in hacking and having a career in Cybersecurity, why else would you be here? If that’s the case – and you are looking for a job in security and you want to be a Cybersecurity Professional then you’ve made an excellent career choice.
There are two reasons why you’ve made a great choice:
- There’s Mega Demand In Cybersecurity. Period.
- It’s Well Paid (After You’ve Got The Experience…)
What About Coronavirus And InfoSec Hiring?
That, is a good question and the answer is that InfoSec Professionals have been categorized (at least in the US) as being “essential workers” – why? Because they are the backbone of the economy, quite literally, keeping the lights on!
If you’re interested in learning from InfoSec professionals then I’d recommend you check out our interviews and learn from the professionals and the advice that they share with how they got their break in Cybersecurity.
Learn From IT Security Professionals
There’s no point me telling you about the birds and the bees since I am only one voice.
Instead, what I’ve done, is that I’ve interviewed dozens of InfoSec Professionals that have experience and knowledge to share regarding certifications and how to get employed in the InfoSec space – and there’s a bunch of useful stuff to learn from these guys and gals.
Here Are Interviews Regarding How To Start An InfoSec Career
|InfoSec Career Subjects||Interviewed Professionals|
|How To Become A Penetration Tester||28|
|How To Start A Career In Cybersecurity?||55|
Here Are Interviews Regarding IT Security Certification Advice
|Cybersecurity Certifications||Interviewed Professionals|
|How Difficult Is CEH?||6|
|How Difficult Is CISSP?||12|
|How Difficult Is OSCP?||24|
Who Am I?
Certifications & Training To Get Me Going?
I’ve listed them for you!
The best ones (in terms of reviews – and hours of learning) are listed below.
Some of them are very cheap, like $12.99 which is hardly a bad deal at all.
If you are new to Cybersecurity and are interested in starting a career in the industry then you have to learn of course and starting out with these Udemy courses is certainly a good place to go.
All of the courses outlined below are from Udemy.
|Review Average||Hours of Video||Instructor||Course Name|
|4.74||10.72||Zaid Sabih||The Ultimate Dark Web, Anonymity, Privacy & Security Course|
|4.67||9.97||Zaid Sabih||Network Hacking Continued – Intermediate to Advanced|
|4.65||12.22||Zaid Sabih||Learn Social Engineering From Scratch|
|4.63||13.47||Nathan House||The Complete Cyber Security Course: Anonymous Browsing!|
|4.60||16.61||Nathan House||The Complete Cyber Security Course: End Point Protection!|
|4.58||7.44||Zaid Sabih||Learn Network Hacking From Scratch (WiFi & Wired)|
|4.54||8.36||Hackers Academy||Kali Linux Tutorial For Beginners|
|4.53||14.59||Zaid Sabih||Learn Ethical Hacking From Scratch|
|4.53||9.20||Zaid Sabih||Learn Website Hacking / Penetration Testing From Scratch|
|4.53||14.73||Alton Hardin||Introduction to Computer Networks for Non-Techies|
|4.52||12.36||Nathan House||The Complete Cyber Security Course: Network Security!|
|4.48||12.01||Nathan House||The Complete Cyber Security Course: Hackers Exposed!|
|4.28||24.44||Ermin Kreponic||The Complete Ethical Hacking Course: Beginner to Advanced!|
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