TrainACE’s white paper directory gives past, present, and future information technology professionals a chance to gain information and sort through some of the top asked questions and issues in the field. All of these can be downloaded completely free and kept for future reference.
In order to work as an IT security professional, you’ll need to prove your knowledge and expertise are verified. The CompTIA Security+ certification will help you do just that. Internationally-respected and vendor-neutral, holding this certification demonstrates one’s competence in system security, network infrastructure, access control and organization security. Our free CompTIA Security+ (Plus) Exam Prep Study Guide is designed to help you become one step closer to earning your certification.
EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker certification is one of the most sought-after distinctions in the cyber security industry. Ethical hackers work with government and private entities to help identify weakness and vulnerabilities in computer security systems in order to develop and maintain the most secure network. Our CEH exam prep study guide outlines key concepts needed to successfully pass the exam to obtain certification.
Two of the most advanced IT certifications available, CASP and CISSP, present professionals with the credentials needed to validate their skills and make advancements in their careers. The choice to pursue either is an important move. The following analysis between CASP and CISSP outlines some important aspects to keep in mind when making the decision on which is a better fit.
So, after hours of studying and hard work you have successfully passed your certification exam! Now you must stay on top of the required CEU’s to ensure your credential remains current. This is a convenient guide which explains the continuing education requirements for some of IT’s top certifications.
A major factor when people are deciding what type of career to go after is the potential salary involved. This white paper will give you insight to what cyber security jobs are paying the most. The paper then takes it a step further by also examining how location, company size, and other variable may further alter what number you’re seeing on your pay check.