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Security Analyst essential reading for "dummies"
From: "Morris, Andi" <amorris () uwic ac uk>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2011 11:05:56 +0000

Hi all,
I potentially have an opportunity to move into a Technical Security Analyst role in the next few weeks providing I 
don't mess up the interview.  I have a basic-to-intermediate understanding of ISA, vlans, routing, hardware firewalls 
etc through generally supporting them in a broad term throughout my last few jobs, but I've never been as involved as 
this role would lead me into.

I currently have "Hacking Exposed: 6th Edition" to read through and wondered whether there are any essential books, 
websites, online forums that will give me the knowhow to step forward into the role.

Thanks in advance,
Andi


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