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  1. Passion For IT
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    CCNA:CyberOps (thanks Cisco for the opportunity with the scholarship for this one!); CISSP (I'm damn close to be ready for this one!); eJPT (been practicing a lot with HackTheBox and Vulnhub boxes); ITIL Foundations (work requirement).

    I want to renew my CCNA: Security as it already lapsed. If I have time for the CCNA: R&S and the CCNA: Sec, I'll go for it.

    2018 I really invest in my certs and learning. Trying to focus more on the security aspect a bit more (already have some security certs and experience, but not directly security related, just sys admin stuff that deals with security - access controls, physical and logical security, firewalls, policies, audits, etc..). Security is the big trendy area now, and it's a good time to take advantage of that.
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    CCNA: Security
    CCNA: Cyber Ops
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  4. Junior Member packetx's Avatar
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    CCNA R&S
    CCNA Cyber Ops
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    Big year Coming !
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    AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate, that's probably it honestly.
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    Sometime it is better to have only 1 certs planned and do it, rather then dreaming of 10 and don't do them at all.

    2017 for me was a great years. I did 5 (VCP6, SSCP, CISSP, VMCE, Sonicwall CSSA). I hope that 2018 to be as productive...
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  7. Senior Member
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    #31
    Goals for 2018.
    1. Attend and pass CCNA Cyber Ops.
    2. Spend more time, 4 x1 hour at the gym minimum. Get back into shape.
    3. Spend more time with my family. Play and go out to playground more.
    4. Take one trip overseas.
    5. Approach every day with positive vibes.
    6. Listen to 100s of motivational videos to complete all of the above.
    7. Develop myself in different areas, random, various avtivities.
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  8. Senior Member greg9891's Avatar
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    #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Dakinggamer87 View Post
    MCSE is all I have planned!! That will give me plenty to do

    Nice! lol that will give you some free time.
    Certs Gained 2017: 70-410, 70-411,74-409, MCSA Server 2012r2
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    “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” - 1 Thessalonians 5:11
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    #33
    Ccent ->>ccna->> ccna cyber opps.
    Certs Gained 2017: 70-410, 70-411,74-409, MCSA Server 2012r2
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    #34
    For now:
    CCNA Cyber Ops
    CCNA RS

    All the best!
    2018 Year goals:
    CCNA Cyber Ops [Done!], VCP6-DCV @ Stanly, May 31
    CCENT-CCNA [1%]
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    #35
    Quote Originally Posted by TheFORCE View Post
    Goals for 2018.
    1. Attend and pass CCNA Cyber Ops.
    2. Spend more time, 4 x1 hour at the gym minimum. Get back into shape.
    3. Spend more time with my family. Play and go out to playground more.
    4. Take one trip overseas.
    5. Approach every day with positive vibes.
    6. Listen to 100s of motivational videos to complete all of the above.
    7. Develop myself in different areas, random, various avtivities.
    Need to add in the gym definately for my self as well
    Certs Gained 2017: 70-410, 70-411,74-409, MCSA Server 2012r2
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  12. ABL - Always Be Labbin' Iristheangel's Avatar
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    Come hell or high water: CCIE Security. Lab scheduled for 1/11
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    CCNA CyberOps, possibly CISSP, possibly would also renew RHCE ahead of schedule (still have time till early 2019)
    "I needed a password with eight characters so I picked Snow White and the Seven Dwarves." (c) Nick Helm
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    Great to see so many motivated people! CCNA Cyber Ops for me as I'm in Cohort 5. Then I'll go after CCNA R&S. However, I will evaluate R&S efforts after I've gotten the Cyber Ops.
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    #39
    Learned my lesson last year and be more realistic this year...

    1. GIAC GLEG (523)
    2. GIAC GPEN
    3. Maybe CISSP or OSCP
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    This was supposed to be a big certification-year for me, but alas I ended up getting sidelined by a new job and a bunch of things in my personal life. For 2018, though, my new job is providing both training classes and reimbursement for my certs, so I feel a bit more encouraged to hit the books. I want to knock out 70-533 to earn my MCSE before the end of 2017, but here's what's on my plate for next year:
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    I'm also going to be developing a bunch of skills outside of cert-paths like hammering down new features in PowerShell, working extensively with Git and Github, and a digging into a bunch of other devops topics. I expect to go gray within the first quarter of the next fiscal year.

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    Not proud to say I'm still working on my goal for 2017, and I believe many of us are in the same predicament. In case someone is looking for the 2017 thread, here it is: Certification Goals for 2017

    I hope to finish my RHCE no later than Q2, and I do not plan on pursuing more cert until after I find a new job that demands more certs. A new job is also a desirable goal for 2018.
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    CISA and GPEN plus more work on Dutch.
    "You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is, never try." - Homer Simpson
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisone View Post
    In TechExams December tradition, what are your certification goals/plans for 2018? Also if not certifications, what courses or self taught goals are you planning?

    Here is my list.

    Certifications: eCPPT, OSCP
    Training/Courses: Silent Break Security - DSO2, SpecterOps - Adversary Tactics - Red Team Operations or Active Directory.
    Self Taught/Improvement: Python, Powershell

    As always subject to change
    If you enjoyed DSO1, you will LOVE DSO2.

    As for me, I'll probably knock out the OSCP and OSCE this year.
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    #44
    Quote Originally Posted by greg9891 View Post
    Ccent ->>ccna->> ccna cyber opps.
    You got this bro let me know if I can help on Cisco side.
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    How much do the Silent Break Security Courses cost? I didn't want to email them and subsequently get hammered with spam for all eternity(I already made that mistake with infosec institute lol)
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    Quote Originally Posted by McxRisley View Post
    How much do the Silent Break Security Courses cost? I didn't want to email them and subsequently get hammered with spam for all eternity(I already made that mistake with infosec institute lol)
    They are typically taught at BlackHat and other conferences so the price ranges from $3k to $4k I believe, depending on how early you register.

    They aren't a training factory like Infosec Institute, they are consultants who teach some of the techniques they use on a daily basis in their engagements so I doubt you'd get any spam from them
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    PMP, CSM, MCSA (Dynamics), AWS

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    CSA+ and then OSCP. On the fence about a CISA before the end of next year as well.
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    2018:
    - ISC2 CAP, CISSP
    - Hit the gym to get back into shape, Dress Better for Success
    - Learn SQL Server plus SQL, Improve using Powershell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinzler View Post
    2018:
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    - Hit the gym to get back into shape, Dress Better for Success
    - Learn SQL Server plus SQL, Improve using Powershell
    That's a good first post.
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