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  1. Netzwerksicherheit Master Of Puppets's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by EngRob View Post
    Hey MoP, I would like to get started on OSCP next year but it wouldn't be till late Q4 2014. My employer is sending me to SANS again so i'll be getting the GPEN by Q2 and then CCNA and CCNA Security through WGU. I think this would be a good lead up to OSCP.

    Starting WGU Nov 1st so will get the associated Certs in 2014 (hopefully!).

    Other than that, does Certificate of Marriage count? I'm told that is a tough Cert to study for
    Oh, great, I was starting to think I'm alone on this one Maybe we can form a study group or something, to bounce ideas off each other.
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    2014 - Knock out certs related to WGU BS in whatever. Still bouncing around trying to figure out whether I should do CCNA & CCNA:S, MCSA 2012, or RHCE. What's the easiest? I'm efficient (aka - lazy). Leaning towards Unix just because I think it will be helpful in the long run if I end up doing 3rd party vulnerability assessment/pen testing.
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    Gcia , gpen and gcwn.

    Oscp and vcp-dcv.
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    CISSP, OSCP, and eCPPT. Finish out my CCNA:Security as well.
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    eCPPT and OSCP
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    Only managed to complete CCNA this year, but planning to do much more in 2014!! Took a while to get used to studying for Certification, CCNA being my first certification.
    Started CCNP Route already,
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    I am all geared up!!
    All the best for those aspiring!!
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    2013 - A+, half way done should be done in 2 weeks or so


    2014 - I am not sure, I will need to pick 1 or 2 and focus. I am thinking CCNA and a MCTS like the 640. I would get a little more ambitious but I am going to school full time/year round and need to leave some time for that as well as the family and work.

    There are some real high achievers in this thread! I am always motivated when I see what people are doing or have done in here!


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    @ ExamFever "Only managed to complete the CCNA this year". Don't sell yourself short that's excellent a lot of people never get around to it. @ Chris don't allow yourself to get to far out ahead. I would consider picking one certification / skillset and deep dive making sure you know it. 640 or the CCNA would be excellent to go after A+. Of course a lot of it depends on which direction you want to go but 640 would be a really nice pick up after A+ IMO, unless you KNOW you want networking true and through.
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    2013: CCIE Written
    2014: CCIE R&S and CCDA, CCDP
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    I'm probably gonna knock out LPIC-2, CCNA security and RHCE if my employer pays for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2IT View Post
    @ ExamFever "Only managed to complete the CCNA this year". Don't sell yourself short that's excellent a lot of people never get around to it. @ Chris don't allow yourself to get to far out ahead. I would consider picking one certification / skillset and deep dive making sure you know it. 640 or the CCNA would be excellent to go after A+. Of course a lot of it depends on which direction you want to go but 640 would be a really nice pick up after A+ IMO, unless you KNOW you want networking true and through.
    Where I work we handle everything from avaya install/setup to networking to admin on windows desktops and servers with a little bit of everything sprinkled in. In short I think any associate level cert would help but the ccna and Mcts are probably the most marketable and in demand in this area which is why I choose to start there. Maybe the ITIL foundations as well since we do a fair amount of managing all this as well.
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    I was initially planning to get the ccent, but now I'm planning to get a+ and ITIL foundations by the end of this year. I may get a cisco or Microsoft certification next year.
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    Blimey, what a response, thanks to all.
    You've all thrown up stuff that's interesting and some certifications I've never even heard of or considered.
    All the best for your targets!
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    I started my goals late this year. Around May after my daughter was born.

    My 2013 Goals
    A+/N+/S+ (Free Vouchers courtesy of DoD)(Complete)
    CCENT, CCNA (Complete)
    BCNE (Free Voucher)(Complete)
    ITIL: F 2011 (Complete)
    CCNA: Security (Test in 2 weeks)

    I think that is all I am going to do this year. I only got that much done because I was to nervous to take any certifications for the first two years at my job. After I passed the first exam, it was like an addiction. Going to try and enjoy the holidays though.

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    CCNA:Voice
    CCNP (R/S/T)
    CCDA (If time permits)
    Start ACAPing from the military and looking for a new job.
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    This is the first time I've ever heard of BCSCI. Can anyone tell me a little about them?
    The goal of BICSI's ITS Cabling Installation Program is to produce highly competent cabling installers in a minimal amount of time and at a reasonable cost. Upon completion of training, program participants should be able to conduct site surveys, pull wire/cable, and terminate and test copper and optical fiber cable to the highest level of specification. The program offers core skills training, registration examinations, and structured on-the-job training to meet the diverse needs of the telecommunications cabling industry. BICSI Website. Huge deal in the telecom industry.
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    My rest of year goals: pass the 70-680 and 70-685 exams. After that, hoping to start at WGU for the BSIT Security degree (target of 01 Dec 13).

    My 2014 goals:

    - Sit for the SAP Certified Application Associate SAP HANA 1.0 exam.

    - Sit for the CCNA exam. I realize that it is part of the WGU program, but, I received free training and a cert exam through Syracuse University and JPMorgan Chase, so I want to honor that commitment.

    - Sit for the CISSP exam. I just need to sit down with a current, local (ISC)2 member to hash out some things, in case of an audit. I have the experience, I just need to make sure I have my files in audit order. Once I've accomplished that, I will finish studying and sit for the exam.

    Lofty but attainable goals.
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    CCNA R&S
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    + Get some better job, I'm tired of working as support specialist
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    ccna, finish wgu B.S., mcsa 08

    I think I should be able to achieve these things by summer and possibly do vcp-dcv also.
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    Away from certs, do the Wicklow 200 cycling sportive, suppose to be Ireland's toughest sportive
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    2013 - Nov/Dec, do CCSK
    2014 - Get grad. certificate in financial analysis in Mar, finish MBA in June, ISSAP in July, have kiddo no. 2 in June, GCIH in either Mar or Sept. That should be enough. At some point in time I need to start work on the CCNA, but man, there's no time anymore. Oh yeah, renew ISA in Feb. Get 50 CPEs for certs.
    2015 - ISSMP in Feb, CCNA, start business, start work on second masters (I'll be six classes away from a masters in accounting and finance once I finish the MBA).

    Actually, I'm quite satisfied with my life so far. Just have to keep on keeping on.
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    I still have the CISSP to take for my goals for 2013

    2014: CCDA/CCDP

    Appears to be 2 exams so I will add more to the list if they aren't that intensive.
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    ITIL Foundations - Hopefully will achieve this before 2014
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    Either look at then going on to CCNP or CCNP:S
    Possibly going back to University to obtain a Masters in Digital Forensics (Hoping to one day move into the Security sector)
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    For 2013 Im finishing up Project plus on November 15th. Then i plan to take ITIL v3 Foundation maybe before the end of the year just to say I got 3 certs this year.

    2014: VCP5-DCV
    This will probably be my only one as its going to take a ton of my time.
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    I just graduated from college *yep fresh from the oven* and currently have my CCNA R&S (Sept 2013)

    for 2014 I'm targeting CCNA Security or CCNP and a linux certification.
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