Cyber Security is dominated by knowledge and rapid, unpredictable change, the ability to learn, and to continue learning, is critical for individual defenders and business communities.
As I embark on my continuing education within the Cyber Security Collosis. Whatever my reasons, I am in pursuit of dynamically enhancing my hard skills in Cyber Security, developing a mastery of the trade and Ethical Hacking. I have turned to several resources to propel me into the Cyber Security nebula-
SaluteMyJob|IBM Cyber Security Analyst Professional Certificate
- Udemy Complete Ethical Hacking 2022: Zero to Mastery
- Security+ && Linux+
- Bettering my Python3 skills && Go programming
- Dabbling with Junior Pen Testing
- Offensive Security Certified Professional ( OSCP)
“Hang On Tight And Survive. Everybody Does.” Capt Kirk informs Charlie -X aboard the Star Trek — Enterprise.
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A reflection on my Cyber Security structured learning process.
Learning is a process is a journey. Sometimes, the learning we do daily can be so small that we don’t even notice it. But added up, all of our experiences and interactions contribute to our overall perspective and competencies.
Diligence, commitment, and daily study are my go-to driving my change through learning. My learning was I like to be problem-centered, rather than content-centered. I learn because there was a real-life problem or issue that I wanted to solve. This is already the knowledge base I have been routing for and each day I become stronger technically on my Cyber Security odyssey.
My learning model, EPIC Juggernaut’ was created to incorporate the best of modern learning approaches into a structured and practical framework. ‘EPIC’ and ‘Juggernaut’
Each letter in EPIC stands for a different learning approach and they are depicted in descending order, with ‘E’ being the most frequently used component, down to ‘C
E Exploratory (including on-the-job, work shadowing, new responsibilities, job…