Sponsored Posts It’s a common problem when finding a new job or hitting all the important promotions. You need to upgrade your CV to demonstrate some knowledge and experience of systems, tools, and frameworks that your current role doesn’t require but does in the next step. But how do you find out what you need if your current role focuses on a different priority group or even know what areas of expertise different organizations value most in the first place?
That’s where the new SANS job role roadmap comes in, designed to allow students to explore popular career paths in the cybersecurity field and point them to specific training courses that can help them get there.
You can view the courses and certifications most likely to be needed for your current job role or the one you hope to gain in the future. That includes specific skill sets in cloud security, Industrial Control Systems (ICS), cyber defense and Green Team Operations, and such as cyber threat intelligence.
And if you’re still not sure exactly which skills will give you the best chance of success, there’s also a helpful framework that can help you determine the best possible training and certifications to take. get you on the right track. The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) has established a cybersecurity framework designed to help employers reach the full potential of their workforce by identifying a set of standards that cover common functional categories, areas of expertise, and job roles.
Thus, workers are certified as competent in areas such as incident response, vulnerability assessment, risk management, testing and assessment and digital forensics for example, as well as higher-level functions such as operational planning and network operations leadership, can ensure that they have the skills that are generally recognized by the public, private and academic institutions as necessary for their roles. this game.
The full SANS cybersecurity courses and certifications by job role pathway – covering everything from basic skills, to focused job roles and specialist capabilities – are available to browse here. And you can see the additional advice the NICE Framework provides here.
Good luck with your search!
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