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  1. Cyber Ninja III rogue2shadow's Avatar
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    #176
    Quote Originally Posted by rogue2shadow View Post
    My plans have changed as well:

    2011 (In this order):
    1. C|EH
    2. CCNA:S
    3. LPIC-1
    4. CWTS
    5. Begin CISSP studies

    I'm postponing graduate studies to 2012
    Update (June 2011): Pretty much ran along these lines but there are some minor changes:

    2011:
    1. C|EH/C|NDA - Complete
    2. CCNA:S - Pushed to next year
    3. LPIC-1 - December 2011
    4. CWTS - Decided to just read the material
    5. Begin CISSP studies - Enroute; June 2011 - October 15 2011 (Test day)
    6. IACRB CPT - Complete
    7. Masters in Cybersecurity and Business Admin - Applying this fall for 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bl8ckr0uter View Post
    Yea. Work is making me in charge of the Win7/Server 2008 upgrades so...I guess I should lol. I think I am going to go the pure MCITP path as well (no MCSA upgrade). I might pick up an MCTS in SCCM as well since we are rolling that out. Sigh....lol

    New goals:

    MCITP:EA
    MCTS:7 and possibly SCCM
    WCNA
    GSEC
    C|EH
    Damn. I $%^&^% up. Sigh guess that's why you shouldn't put make your plans so far in advanced. I will be starting a new job in a few weeks and they are heavy wireshark uses so I will picking up WCNA early next month. After that I will pick up the CWNA since they are doing free retakes and I have the material. After that i am doing more cisco, I am debating between picking up the CCNA:Wireless and CCDA or just going straight for switch. I have the material for all but the CCNA:Wireless so at least the material investment will be minimal. I probably will clean up the associates level certs and try to hit SWITCH this year. Should be doable given my forthcoming responsibilities and my new desires.

    My non cert goals are to learn tcl and python and increase my linux knowledge
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bl8ckr0uter View Post
    Damn. I $%^&^% up. Sigh guess that's why you shouldn't put make your plans so far in advanced. I will be starting a new job in a few weeks and they are heavy wireshark uses so I will picking up WCNA early next month. After that I will pick up the CWNA since they are doing free retakes and I have the material. After that i am doing more cisco, I am debating between picking up the CCNA:Wireless and CCDA or just going straight for switch. I have the material for all but the CCNA:Wireless so at least the material investment will be minimal. I probably will clean up the associates level certs and try to hit SWITCH this year. Should be doable given my forthcoming responsibilities and my new desires.

    My non cert goals are to learn tcl and python and increase my linux knowledge
    I would forget the peripheral certs and knuckle down and do the CCNP if I was you. It sorts the men out from the boys.
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    #179
    Looks like my plans just got changed for me:

    CCNA
    RHCA
    VCP4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turgon View Post
    I would forget the peripheral certs and knuckle down and do the CCNP if I was you. It sorts the men out from the boys.

    You might be right. I am thinking about doing that. CCNP is a a major goal of mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by vCole View Post
    Looks like my plans just got changed for me:

    CCNA
    RHCA
    VCP4
    RHCA? Hardcore!
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    #181
    Quote Originally Posted by Bl8ckr0uter View Post
    You might be right. I am thinking about doing that. CCNP is a a major goal of mine.
    Good man. Do that.
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    #182
    Quote Originally Posted by ehnde View Post
    Ironically the best way to accomplish this wish list (applies to everyone) is to do it now. Study. Don't wait. You'll be the same person in 2011 as you are right now, right? It sounds simple enough A roadmap DOES help though, so here's mine:

    Feb 2011 ICND1
    March 2011 Security+
    April 2011 ICND2
    May 2011 A.S. - IT Network Management graduation and gainfully employed
    July 2011 Start WGU IT Security degree

    I can't look any further into the future. My life will be drastically different by May. But one more thing to add.....

    Dec 2011 Finish 11,000 page reading goal!!!!
    I thought I'd look back at this thread with what I posted and find some kind of absurd and unreasonable expectations I'd come up with. With the exception of Security+ and starting at WGU in July, I can say I am on track with my list Security+ seems too expensive and irrelevant for me (I do have the knowledge to pass the exam, though). And I need a longer break from school....also in the process of moving.

    Bl8ckr0uter I will be joining you in CCNP studies after I finish CCNA:Sec and the 2nd edition of Network Warrior!

    Hope everyone is coming along well with their 2011 goals, and let's not forget our commitment to read 11,000 pages.
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    CCIE lab late 2012 I reckon. Most likely would need a job change to prepare properly as work commitments take all my time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisone View Post
    CCNA Security
    CCNP Security

    Non-Cert: Practice more Nagios / iCinga


    I plan on studying other technologies such as penetration testing, deeper understanding of packet analysis.
    I am working on my CCNA Security right now, I had to spend 5 months this year finishing my CCDP. So technically the CCDP was part of my original to do list this year.

    CCNP Security, looks like i wont be able to get close to finishing that this year lol when i wrote my goals i didnt know the material was going to take so long to come out So i will have to realistically only be able to obtain the CCNP Security Secure exam this year.

    Looks like i will have to finish CCNP Security in 2012.
    2017 Goals: Dark Side OPS: Custom Pentesting (complete), SpecterOps: PowerShell Adversary Tactics (completed), eCPPT (2nd attempt), LFCS (4th attempt )
    2018 Goals: eCPPT, OSCP
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    #185
    A change of jobs and increased job responsibilities at that job has totally derailed my plans for this year. I'd be happy to get MCSA and Linux+ by the end of the year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Repo Man View Post
    A change of jobs and increased job responsibilities at that job has totally derailed my plans for this year. I'd be happy to get MCSA and Linux+ by the end of the year.
    Heck one of those would be a nice addition if you ask me.

    I really like the Linux + to be honest.

    My reasons:
    1. 3 certifications for two test. (Not to bad)
    2. The Linux + book I was reading through was opening up a lot of doors in my mind. It was really good material and started teaching me a lot about Linux, even thought it was low level stuff
    3. Linux seems to be gaining traction in the environments I have been apart of.


    I wish you the best.
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    #187
    I'm currently studying for CCNA-Security then will he jumping to CCNP-Security since our Security Engineer wants me to help out on VPN, firewall, IDS, ASA and other security related technologies.

    It seems that the stars are paving the road for me to Security.
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    Seems like work is really keen on getting some people UCS certified.

    That means once I finish up this MCITP:EA, I need to dive into VCP and CCNP material.
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