Top 3 NoVA Infosec Blog Posts of the Week

It’s that time of the week again: the time where we take a look at what local security bloggers have been up to. You can take a look at what local security bloggers have been up to but if you can’t get enough of the local security scene, check out our NovaInfosec Twits listfor even more great security blogs and people to follow on Twitter.

After a lengthy break due to laziness and a move, we are back and it’s not by popular demand. If you are looking to switch to the info security sector or just looking for a jobs, this week top three posts will give you great tips on how to get that job and what certificates you will need. As always feel free to check out what local security bloggers have been up to and also be sure to follow myself (@nathiet), @grecs, and @novainfosec on Twitter if you want to know more about what’s going on in the local security community during the week. Without further ado … here are the top picks for this week.

#3-The (ISC)² and CISSP Dilemma: If you can’t decide on whether to get the CISSP or not to get the CISSP then look no further as Ben Tomhave details his experience with the dilemma in infosec. Click here to read more of  his post.

2-Career Advice from NIST’s Infosec Frontman: We are not going to go into details about the post as the title says it all. Click here to get great career advice from NIST’S infosec frontman.

#1- How to Get the Hot Jobs: Do  you want to take your career to the next level? If you are a mid-career pros is looking for the next step look no further as they “advise stressing less on getting deeper into a specific infosec niche or working towards additional certifications and more on becoming multi-dimensionally skilled so you can solve those very complex problems that organizations are currently addressing.” Click here to get more on being multi-dimensionally skilled.


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