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17 years 4 months ago #19850 by nmap
Help regarding Security was created by nmap
Hi,
I have done My CCNA and lokking forward to do a career in Security
Can anybody help me with Certifications or courses regarding this.
I found your website very useful and hope you can guide me properly.

Thanks in advance.
Hey Thanks to Smurf for replying to my previous post.
:P
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17 years 4 months ago #19858 by NetIvy
Replied by NetIvy on topic Re: Help regarding Security
Hello,

If u r interested in Security, then u shud focus on CCSP next as this is the preferred Cisco career route . U can also add up with some fire wall certifications lik Checkpoint ,Pix etc. Their r other ethical hacking certifications lik CEH which wud be of help if u wanted to be an ethical hacker.

So u c ter r pretty lot of paths ahead of u. Its upto u to choose!.

Cheers
NetIvy 8)

Live life lik ters no tomrw!!!
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17 years 4 months ago #19860 by nmap
Replied by nmap on topic Re: Help regarding Security
Can you tell me more about CEH courses.And firewall certification ?
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17 years 4 months ago #20016 by tazziewan
Hi Nmap,

CEH basically educate you to use the security tools out there in the market to conduct tests finding out what are the flaws in the computer network. How to go about conducting a Pen-Test!
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17 years 4 months ago #20017 by Smurf
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Hi Nmap,

CEH basically educate you to use the security tools out there in the market to conduct tests finding out what are the flaws in the computer network. How to go about conducting a Pen-Test!


This is only a starting point and if this is something that you do want to take up, you need to start using what you have learned in order to gain in this experience, otherwise its quickly lost.

Wayne Murphy
Firewall.cx Team Member
www.firewall.cx

Now working for a Security Company called Sec-1 Ltd in the UK, for any
Penetration Testing work visit www.sec-1.com or PM me for details.
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17 years 4 months ago #20025 by tazziewan
i agree with Smurf. Its a good start to begin with to build up the confidence and foundation in the area of network security
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