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Jan. 11, 2022, 3:55 p.m. | /u/jsleezy21

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I have seen quite a few posts here recently with resumes and varying levels of experience and education. My question is, is there any value to adding things like completed training paths from TryHackMe, HTB, Immersive Labs, or Codecademy? Obviously these are not institutional learning outlets, but to my knowledge are respected training outlets. Beyond my school and work experience, is there any value to show that I have completed so many hours of training (and type) through these platforms? …

cybersecurity resume

Head of Information Security

@ Canny | Remote

Information Technology Specialist (INFOSEC)

@ U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission | Washington, D.C.

Information Security Manager - $90K-$180K - MANAG002176

@ Sound Transit | Seattle, WA

Sr. Software Security Architect

@ SAS | Remote

Senior Incident Responder

@ CipherTechs, Inc. | Remote

Data Security DevOps Engineer Senior/Intermediate

@ University of Michigan - ITS | Ann Arbor, MI