What Certifications should be pursued and in which order for a career in IT Security?
Archimedes 1 year ago
So, I am an entry level IT Tech, doing helpdesk work in a growing company. I have my A+, Net+, MCP:XP, and the Linux+/LPI1/Novell CLA combo. I'm looking to work towards a career in IT security and was wondering what the best certification track would be. I know I want to pursue the LPI2 and 3 but I'm not ready for the next level of Linux yet. So where should I go next?
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