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Re: Doubt regarding Sec+
From: John Maher <john.e.maher () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 23:18:04 -0500
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The material is very broad and fairly basic, but it's still valuable.
However, if you have the money and the time, I would recommend the SANS
Institute Security Essentials Bootcamp and the GSEC certification
associated with the course. It's more detailed and more challenging.
kota_44 () yahoo com wrote:
HI All ,
I have a question regarding Security + exam .
I have a about an years experiance on working on Application Security and now to widen my security knowledge base and
also to get some relevant Security related certification under my belt
I had a doubt of what to start of with so the first exam which many suggested is Sec+ but a large no of others gave
a feed back that this one
aint having a good value now and not worth the Time and effort and better to start of with something like CEH .
But other suggested this as a good base for CISSP .
So could you all who probably are familarized or taken Sec + can update me with pros/cons or why one should/ should
not take it and its current value and what can be a good alternative to start off if not Sec + .
Feed Back Appriciated
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