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    Why am I a *****? Because I do not agree with you? I say one thing you moan I say another you complain.

    Maybe a goal for 2018 for you should be to let other people have a different opinion from you and to be more caring.
    What makes you a *****? Mostly statements like these:

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    Leave security to the experienced big dogs please.
    Quote Originally Posted by cert_king
    The CISSP use to mean you were a experienced security manager now it means for the last few years you re-set someones password and run a virus scan or even worse your mate just signed the forms to say you done that.

    The pups need to stay with the Security+.
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    All the support guys or techies this is not a cert for you move on, this is big dog stuff not head in a computer not able to translate tech to the business then complaining they do not know anything.
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    You make some good points, assuming you are a PA for a security manager?
    And that is just this thread...
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    #127
    Quote Originally Posted by cert_king View Post
    Why am I a *****? Because I do not agree with you? I say one thing you moan I say another you complain.

    Maybe a goal for 2018 for you should be to let other people have a different opinion from you and to be more caring.

    See jibtech's reply. It's not a matter of disagreeing in a mature manner. You were condescending trying to provoke people instead of stimulating any sort of intelligent debate. For someone telling "pups" to leave it to "the big dogs," you seem to have some pretty poor communication and reading comprehension skills for a "big dog." Like I told you under your previous screenname, you don't get gold stars in real life for being an ass on the internet.
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    #128
    LOL, thank you jibtech.

    Talking down to people and acting very arrogant then say other people should learn treat others better? Hard to take this person even a little serious. Usually tr.olls attempt to be a little funny, this one is just getting kind of awkward though.
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    CISSP
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    I'm also trying to finish up my PhD dissertation in (fingers crossed) Fall 2018... so maybe CAPM if I have time left...

    Excited for 2018 though!
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    No thanks necessary.

    As an experienced security manager (who recently took and passed the CISSP exam), I have learned a few things about corrective actions.

    1. There should be specific, measurable guidelines in place.

    2. Examples of behaviors, that are contrary to those rules, should be clear and concise. They must be concrete examples of the unacceptable behavior.

    3. Requested corrective actions should be achievable.

    4. Success in meeting those corrective actions should be acknowledged.


    To that end....

    1. Don't be an ass.

    2. See above for examples of having been an ass.

    3. Don't be an ass any longer.

    4. I am still waiting....


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    For Jibtech:

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    sigh....sadly on a very simple topic, we had to educate someone in here on proper forum etiquette.
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    I'm just a Masters student with a focus in cybersecurity. Then, my Bachelors is non-IT/CMPS related. So, I'm just trying to get my foot in the store, Anyway-

    COMPTIA A+ (late January)
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    Maybe a Microsoft certification if possible as well.

    Why the rush? Well, I graduate in late May.

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    Ha, *foot in the door. I mean (I can't edit).
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    Togaf, cisa, emc vmax
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    #136
    2018 Goals:

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    My 2018 goals:

    1.Finish my MSc in Network Security

    2. Get a cloud based networking job

    3. Focus on learning VMware NSX
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    My 2018 goals:

    1. Pass 70-461 Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012/2014 (originally planned for 2017 but moved to 11 January 2018 )
    2. Pass 70-463 Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012/2014

    Maybe: 70-740 (Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016) or 70-345 (Designing and Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2016) or 70-698 (Installing and Configuring Windows 10) or RHCSA or ITIL.

    Private plan: more often go to squash.

    Cheers!
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    Get my CISA and that is probably it for the year (potentially the next 2-3 years as well depending).

    Depending on how some information I heard plays out, I may go for one other (besides the CISA) in 2018 as it would mean some more $$.
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    I wish I could stick to my plan but it always changes...

    Cloud: At least 2-4 AWS certs

    Security: OSCP and CISSP

    Misc: RHCE and maybe start a masters?
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    The ISACA Holy Trinity: CISM/CISA/CRISC although I might straw away and get the PMP (the list is in no particular order).

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    Hopefully I will get a chance to take my PMP next year.
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    #145
    So I came here for some inspiration since I felt like I was lazy the past few months and was having difficulties deciding what direction to go into for the new year. Now that I've been slightly amused by the derailment of this thread (much respect to those that helped get it back on track) . I still find myself having some debates mainly because CEH was a part of my 2017 goals and I haven't achieved it yet. I'm wondering if I should drop it for awhile and refocus on Linux certs (LPIC-2 or the RHCSA track). Right now I'm kind of at the crossroads of I don't want to give up on something I started and starting over fresh. I do eventually want to go for the OSCP but I don't think it will make my 2018 list. I think I will gravitate towards Python (no cert if one even exists), throw some SQL in there and now would be a good time to start thinking about CISM since I believe the next opportunity for testing would be in June. I still have a few more days to ponder and maybe get a few ideas from this thread other than not to mess with Iris
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    If schedule permits, then will squeeze in CISSP
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    Renew VCP with the exam 2V0-621D (VMware Certified Professional 6 – Data Center Virtualization Delta Exam).
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    If there is time and I feel up to it, CCNA DC
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    Well, here goes: ITIL CSI, ITIL OSA, CASP, CCNA: Cyber Ops. If I have time, CCNA: R&S.
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