This is the story of how Peter Quinones was able to land a job in cyber security that made him $50,000 more a year from where he started with LeaderQuest.
Whether you’re working a dead-end job or transitioning out of the military, everybody has different reasons to make the jump into IT. And the timing couldn’t be better! The industry is doing better than ever and offers great pay, amazing benefits, and lots of employment opportunities.
If you don’t have much experience, but you’re looking to join this thriving industry, don’t worry! You’re not the first. Check out our 7 tips for getting your foot in the door of the IT industry.
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If you’re thinking about going into information technology, we’ve prepared a list of pros and cons so you can decide for yourself if the world of tech is right for you.
Are you working in an entry-level help desk job that offers no real chance of career advancement? It can get frustrating, handling the same problems day in and day out. However, the skills you’ve gained have real value, and you can translate them into a more challenging and lucrative career in IT with a little help.
In this blog, we’ll show you why it’s so hard to escape the help desk, how to make help desk experience on your resume shine, and how certifications for current and new skills can provide a path to a better career.
CompTIA strives to ensure their exams are relevant and cover topics that employers care about. That’s why the newest version of the exam, SY0-501 which was released on October 4th, is different than 401. The updated exam increases the focus on cyber attacks, risk management and hands-on skills using industry standard technologies and tools.
The Certified Ethical Hacker exam is one of the hardest in the IT world. That’s why we’ve prepared a list of resources and handy advice so you can pass with flying colors.
If you’re confused about U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) directives 8140, 8570, and 8570.01-M, don’t worry! You’re not alone. These directives may seem confusing, but they’re actually pretty easy to understand.
For National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we’ve prepared three cyber security horror stories that will chill your blood. Or at least make you change your password.