Cyber Security Resources
A deep dive into the steps you should take and the knowledge you need to be a successful pentester. From a presentation given at HackerHalted by Phillip Wylie, Lead Curriculum Developer at Point3 Federal: Cracking the Code: How to Become a Pentester.
A DerbyCon conversation featuring Kathryn Seymour, a Red Team Analyst at Bank of America and Kirsten Renner, Director of Recruiting at Novetta: What do CTFs have to do with getting a job?
Managing Your Cyber Career and Job Hunt presented by Bob Wheeler at BSides Augusta. Despite the fact that there is high demand for many cyber skill sets, successfully landing a great job is not always a guarantee. This talk will help turn great cyber pro’s into great job seekers as well.
Knowing the Right Code for Your Resume is a roundtable discussion at BSides San Antonio with a diverse panel bringing a number of good perspectives for cyber security resumes and job search.
Kathleen Smith of CyberSecJobs.com leads a panel discussion on how to formulate your Information Security Job Search and Resume. You’ll pick up important tips from top recruiters and hiring managers looking for the best candidates to fill sought-after cyber security jobs.
This panel discussion at BSides LV covers how the recruiting process really works – sourcing candidates, screening, negotiations. Learn how to beat recruiters at their own game: How To Hack Recruiting: Turning the Tables.
Wondering what the most in-demand cyber security skills are for 2021? Check out this report that details projected needs for the next five years, as well as how the shift to remote work is impacting employer’s needs: Top Cyber Security Skills for 2021.
Other Cyber Security Resources:
EC-Council offers certifications on cyber security skills such as Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) among many others.
Cybrary is free and open source cyber security learning center. You can register for no cost to take course by skill type or career level. This educational site also offers the opportunity to certify yourself with skill-focused courses.
ISC2 is where you will find a compilation of training seminars and guides to refresh your knowledge for certification exams, including CISSP certification.
For webinars, tool kits, eLearning and more, visit the Center for Development of Security Excellence. You can target your learning to a wide variety of areas such as counterintelligence, insider threat, and operations security.
If you are a veteran transitioning from military service who wants to build a career in cyber security, the NCYTE Center is a terrific resource. They work with community colleges and training organizations to transform your experience into course equivalencies. Check out their MOS Pathways.