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Unregistered 26-01-2022 04:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 199634)
Offsec exam changed this month. Sharing internally is very common LA. My friend dunno anything, no oscp but joined GT and obtained OSWE in few month. I heard his department everyone got OSWE.

OSWE so easy? Few months can le?

Unregistered 26-01-2022 04:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 199713)
OSWE so easy? Few months can le?

Can if someone share you the question & report.

Unregistered 26-01-2022 05:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 199682)
Jus open with txt file and edit la whatís so hard hurhur

He donít know read the syntax.

Unregistered 26-01-2022 07:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 199723)
He donít know read the syntax.

How he passed oscp lmao

Unregistered 26-01-2022 09:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 199739)
How he passed oscp lmao


Last time Oscp exam no proctored.

Unregistered 27-01-2022 12:13 AM

how does one start with a cybersecurity career as a fresh grad nowadays?

I'm keen to explore the cybersecurity field but I find myself leaning towards SWE as the "safest" option (I can code)

Get a few certs like CISSP and apply to MNCs/gov positions first?

What "paths" are available in terms of progression in the cybersecurity field?

TIA

Unregistered 27-01-2022 01:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 199787)
how does one start with a cybersecurity career as a fresh grad nowadays?

I'm keen to explore the cybersecurity field but I find myself leaning towards SWE as the "safest" option (I can code)

Get a few certs like CISSP and apply to MNCs/gov positions first?

What "paths" are available in terms of progression in the cybersecurity field?

TIA

Engineer, analyst, devsec, soc, redteam(pen test). See and test what you like then move around from there. Best go MNC better opportunities for exposure, gov position alot just paperwork slave and proj management.

Unregistered 27-01-2022 01:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 199787)
how does one start with a cybersecurity career as a fresh grad nowadays?

I'm keen to explore the cybersecurity field but I find myself leaning towards SWE as the "safest" option (I can code)

Get a few certs like CISSP and apply to MNCs/gov positions first?

What "paths" are available in terms of progression in the cybersecurity field?

TIA

It depend on your interest.

For example, "the get a few certs like cissp", there a lot of people can't even pass a single cert after staying in cyber for 5-10 yr. Most of the reason is lazy and tell you work too bz got no time.

Unregistered 27-01-2022 08:15 AM

sunny go mandiant. all should go there too

Unregistered 27-01-2022 08:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 199787)
how does one start with a cybersecurity career as a fresh grad nowadays?

I'm keen to explore the cybersecurity field but I find myself leaning towards SWE as the "safest" option (I can code)

Get a few certs like CISSP and apply to MNCs/gov positions first?

What "paths" are available in terms of progression in the cybersecurity field?

TIA

SWE is better path.

CISSP != Cyber Security Expert


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