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  1. Cisco addict
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    #151
    Working on CCNP Route right now..
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  3. I'm Batman clarkincnet's Avatar
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    #152
    Just finished the CRISC exam, application in and waiting for final review. Promised the wife that I would take the rest of the summer off from studying certs but it's like crack. I'm on chapter 3 of my PMP prep book. Studying when she's not around... know I'm going to get busted... can't stop...
    2015 Goals: CISSP [X], 2016 Goals: CISM [X], 2017 Goals: CRISC [X]
    2018 Goals: eCPPT [ ]
    Five Year Goals: CSXP, OSCP, GPEN, eWPT
    "Distrust and caution are the parents of security" - Benjamin Franklin
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    #153
    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoCal19 View Post

    For 2017 my goals are:

    GPEN (Studying for now and will be attempting in January. It's more for my personal interest and what I want to be my secondary skill set).
    CCSK (February)
    CSM (February/March)

    CISM
    CISA
    CRISC
    (Thankfully with ISACA's new CBT and open scheduling I can knock out these back to back to back)

    Non-cert Goals:
    Learn Python
    Learn Linux/Bash
    Mid 2017 Update:

    Knocked out CISM, CISA, and CRISC. Working on the CCSK while waiting on my PMP application to get approved, then will tackle that. Avoiding the CSM for now as I hate their model of having to pay for a course to take an easy open book exam. Seems like a cash grab. After those are knocked out I'm debating going for the TOGAF and CCSP. If not, I'll be working on pentesting stuff.
    Have: CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, GCIA, GSEC, CEHv8, CHFIv8, ITIL-F, BSBA - University of Florida, MSISA - WGU
    Currently Working On: MS Cybersecurity, Learning Python
    Next Up:​ None
    Reading:​ Python Crash Course
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    #154
    Update:

    passed the Network+

    onto studying Linux commandline and then exploring Virtualization. Possibly VCP/DCV next year.
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  6. Senior Member shimasensei's Avatar
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    #155
    CISSP exam knocked out! Endorsement ongoing.
    Currently continuing through WGU BS:ITSec degree, planning on PMP late this year.
    Goals: 2017 - 2018 Certification Season
    Completed: CCNP:RS, CISSP | Ongoing: WGU BS:IT-Sec | Not started: PMP, CCNA CyberOps
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    #156
    Finally found one that makes sense.

    Teradata certified professional. That will be it this year.
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  8. Level 99 Wizard Skyliinez92's Avatar
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    #157
    Mine have recently changed:

    - Get the MCSA Windows Server 2012 by September at the latest (70-417).
    - Aim for one of the required exams to upgrade to the MCSE Cloud Platform and Infrastructure.

    Then start working on my RHCSA for 2018.
    Currently working at: MCSA: Windows 10 (70-698, 70-697)
    2018/2019 Goals: MCSE: Mobility, MCSA: Windows Server 2012, RHCSA

    "There are 10 types of people in this world; those who understand binary and those who don't." - Anon
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    #158
    i would like to get the following:

    Security+
    Network+

    if anyone has any advice for the best way to study for the Certs i mentioned please let me know.
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  10. Happiness is !!!!! MAC_Addy's Avatar
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    #159
    Quote Originally Posted by Walchaar6 View Post
    i would like to get the following:

    Security+
    Network+

    if anyone has any advice for the best way to study for the Certs i mentioned please let me know.
    For Security+ I highly recommend reading the Darril Gibson book.
    For Network+ I read the Mike Meyers book and passed quite easily.
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    #160
    Goal VPC6-DCV and mastering powershell...new job.
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    #161
    Quote Originally Posted by 100k View Post
    Goal VPC6-DCV and mastering powershell...new job.
    I too am becoming very familiar with PowerShell due to current position. Best way so far for learning it (for me) has been just to use it where ever I can and to also use online resources to get examples. Basically, learn by doing. Also using a test environment before introducing to production.
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  13. Junior Member Freeguy's Avatar
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    #162
    Quote Originally Posted by Freeguy View Post
    Currently on my wishlist for 2017:

    WCNA, to learn more about the underlying protocols and get better at packet analysis.
    CWAP, to learn more about wireless analysis
    CWDP, to learn more about wireless design (and finish up the CWNP program and get the CWNE)

    To be honest, that's probably all I will have time for, considering that my work will probably want me to get the PCSNE as well. If I finish the above I'll resume my CCNP studies.

    More importantly, I'm resolving to get more "screen-free" time next year
    Mid year update!

    I passed the CWDP and I'm taking the CWAP tomorrow. Fingers crossed... this is the last CWNP exam for me.

    I got a new job as a Solutions Architect and I find myself more focused on theory and design and less on troubleshooting, so the WCNA is probably off the table. I will likely pursue the ACDX, PCSNE, or CCNP next.
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    #163
    My year have been pretty cluster Fky. Broke at the moment.
    We'll see what happens. I'm getting a bit tired of networks and kind of want to move to analysis/management or other stuff.
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  15. Senior Member xxxkaliboyxxx's Avatar
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    #164
    Completed C|EH and GCIH in the last two weeks, which btw were 2016 goals, so now I'm going to focus on family and work before I start another discipline. Thinking of either Linux Foundation, SecurityTube Python or Azure linux. All are work related and would help, I also heard rumors that my work is sending me to GPEN, so I might just chill and focus on family.
    Studying: GPEN
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    : SANS SEC560
    Upcoming Exam: GPEN
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  16. Member
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    #165
    Just tested and passed the CWTS a week ago. It was a easy exam and used it as a way to gauge the way questions are written for the CWNP exams. Remaining goals for this year are the CWNA, VCP-DCV6 (2016 Goal) and Security+.
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  17. Junior Member flyerxl's Avatar
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    #166
    MCSA 2012 nearly done. Just got to knock out the 412, sitting that 8/5.
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  18. Member
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    #167
    Passed sec+ last week, started OSCE and hopefully will finish by late September.

    Also finished my masters earlier this year.
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