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Unregistered 22-04-2022 10:25 PM

try oem vendors like fortinet, they are recently hiring SOC folks
if security doesnt work out for u, a cert from firewall vendor would be useful too

Unregistered 22-04-2022 11:38 PM

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Any reviews on this company?

cookie cutter pen testing

Unregistered 23-04-2022 12:05 PM

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Is this still a bad place? Not much good reviews from the first few pages

Consider not bad for mid career switcher.

Unregistered 28-04-2022 09:40 PM

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cookie cutter pen testing

Which is just right for mid-career switcher, since the job will be primarily on bread & butter VA/PT, the learning curve won’t be that steep (for most).

I was from there. Flexible and homely environment.

Unregistered 28-04-2022 11:29 PM

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Which is just right for mid-career switcher, since the job will be primarily on bread & butter VA/PT, the learning curve won’t be that steep (for most).

I was from there. Flexible and homely environment.

Good place to learn? Where u move on to?

Unregistered 14-05-2022 09:41 PM

I just got CISSP but I'm considering working towards OSCP next to get my foot into pentesting. Is there any benefit in that? I'm currently in a security administrative/incident response role. No major shift work since we hire vsoc

Unregistered 16-05-2022 01:15 AM

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I just got CISSP but I'm considering working towards OSCP next to get my foot into pentesting. Is there any benefit in that? I'm currently in a security administrative/incident response role. No major shift work since we hire vsoc

Too many pentesters in the market. Nowadays, fresh grads from infosec degree are quite well-trained in school and can be fairly competent pentesters within a year. Can try look for opportunities at defenders side since you already have some experience (less "exciting" but also less competitive and very essential)

Unregistered 27-05-2022 04:46 AM

Hi guys, can you recommend me a few good companies for SOC analysts to start for entry level career. Thanks very much in advance !

Unregistered 27-05-2022 12:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 217836)
I just got CISSP but I'm considering working towards OSCP next to get my foot into pentesting. Is there any benefit in that? I'm currently in a security administrative/incident response role. No major shift work since we hire vsoc

Your side got pentesting

Unregistered 27-05-2022 03:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 217836)
I just got CISSP but I'm considering working towards OSCP next to get my foot into pentesting. Is there any benefit in that? I'm currently in a security administrative/incident response role. No major shift work since we hire vsoc

Pentester looks cool but real life doesn't.

Stick with CISSP become management and ask Pentester deliver for u.


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