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Aug. 2, 2022, 10:29 a.m. | /u/anonymous_user316

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Let me start by saying obviously certs != experience, experience > certs, etc, etc. That being said whats the cert that is a definite indicator that a person probably wont be too much of a risk for an entry lvl soc role? I feel like security+, although usually the first security cert people recommend, is too broad. Seems like some of the other certs however do a much better job at testing proficiency for this specific role. CISCO cyberops, cysa+, …

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