GIAC certification

I have GIAC certifications and know what you’re going through. It’s not easy, but it’s worth it in the end. I’ll let you in on one of my secrets to help make achieving GIAC certification easier for you. First, find out which training class(es) you need to attend to prepare for the exam. For example, if you want to earn your CompTIA Security+ certification, then you need to review the SSCP material at the CompTIA Security+ website.

The 40-hour GIAC exam has two main components: a practical exam (pen and paper) This exam is distributed by a third party and may have different timings to our own.

GIAC certification attempts will be activated in your GIAC account after your application has been approved and according to the terms of your purchase. Details on delivery will be provided along with your registration confirmation upon payment.

SANS institute

The SANS GAC foundations of Information Security is a certification that provides an overview of information security. This certification is not a required step to getting a job in the cybersecurity industry, however, it is a good way to get entry-level education in information security and learn the basics of this field. The SANS Institute is one of the world’s most recognized and trusted sources of information, training, and certification in Information Security. They offer Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) solutions as well as training programs for security professionals, law enforcement agencies, and service providers to help protect their organizations from cybercrime.


GSEC is considered one of the top mid-level certifications, and I recommend it. It’s based upon MSCTF (Microsoft Certified Security Fundamentals) and GPEN (GIAC Penetration Tester). It’s also a sister of CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), which is an excellent advanced one.

GSEC — Security Essentials Certification


I have to admit I have a soft spot for certifications, specifically because of the end goal you are setting for yourself. To become a Cisco Certified Network Professional certification (CCNP), you need to pass two exams and this course also prepares you for the GIAC Penetration Tester GPEN exam. The GPEN is considered an advanced level certification course and I recommend that people should have a good understanding of the penetration testing process, tools like NMap, TCPDump and Metasploit, and other methodologies. In addition, they should also be familiar with Windows and Linux operating systems.


Information Security is a rapidly growing field that’s in demand. If you’re interested in becoming an information security administrator, the Global Information Assurance (GIAC) Foundations of Information Security is a good first step.
For those who are looking to learn the basics of information security, the GIAC Foundations of Information Security is a certification that provides an overview of information security.

You might not know much about information security, but that’s ok. The good news is that GIAC gives you the opportunity to get a solid foundation for this field by passing the Foundations of Information Security (FOS) certification exam. ​While it’s not necessary, it can be a good place to start when you want to get into information security. It’s a fast-growing industry in the corporate world, and the salaries are good for most positions.

There are a ton of certifications in the information security field, and there’s no question that most of them are worthwhile. However, they can also be expensive, hard to find training materials for, or require several months of intense research ten hours a day. If you want to become an information security professional but don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place.