I posted about the RSA Conference early bird special pricing in late October and signed up for the conference at that time, but later I got approval and signed up for the ISC2 CCSP training the two days prior.
I had been looking at the CCSP, as it looks interesting from a cloud service provider neutral point of view.
The CCSP – Certified Cloud Security Professional is “Backed by…the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and (ISC)², the CCSP credential denotes professionals with deep-seated knowledge and competency derived from hands-on experience with cyber, information, software and cloud computing infrastructure security. CCSPs help you achieve the highest standard for cloud security expertise and enable your organization to benefit from the power of cloud computing while keeping sensitive data secure.”1. Continue reading “Pre RSA Conference Training and my reading list for CCSP”
The next leg of my NetScaler journey began the first week of January. I attended in NetScaler Advanced Implementation in class training at the Unitek training facility in Fremont, CA. Not to leave you in suspense, it was 5 days, 13 modules of NetScaler fun! Continue reading “Citrix NetScaler 301 Class Review”
Live..and On Demand!
Never been to Cisco Live, but want to see some of the awesome presentations? Not just the 2016 shows but the last five years. With four Cisco Live shows per year, that’s a whole lot of training opportunity. For Free! Continue reading “Sips from the Information Firehose – Cisco Live”
On Twitter, I was recently asked what podcasts I listen to. A list can be found on my Resources page.
Continue reading “Podcasts I listen to”
For a little over a month, I’ve had the excellent opportunity to review the entire Pluralsight catalog. First, I would like to say that I wasn’t given the account to do a blog review, but since I had the access, I figured a write up was in order. Continue reading “My Pluralsight Review…A Geek Candy Store”
This year has been fun and extremely busy. Quite the whirlwind. I had Alien Vault training in AZ, Citrix Synergy in Orlando, and recently learning Amazon Web Services. All this and 5 blog posts in draft. I decided to power on and not get stuck in the log jam. I’m sure I’ll eventually finish the other posts but I want to get things in motion again.
I’m having fun diving deeper on my favorite topics as well as learning new things. Topics like Citrix NetScaler, AlienVault, and AWS. Continue reading “Learning New Things and Enjoying IT”
A few weeks ago I saw the Wireshark Certified Network Analyst WCNA class on sell at Udemy and that is what got me looking at the WCNA certification. It is created my the folks at HowToNetwork.com. The class consists of 34 videos / 5 hours. Continue reading “Wireshark Certified Network Analyst WCNA Class on Udemy”