If you're seeking a security certification such as the Security+, SSCP, CISSP, or even one of the Microsoft certifications, you'll be glad to hear that your expertise is needed. If you're seeking one of these certifications, check out this page for some study resources.
The GBS Group is Hiring
Brian Trees at The GBS Group reached out to me last week looking for someone to help him fill a full or part time position in Philadelphia.
Here's a great benefit. The job requires a security clearance and the company is willing to help the right person get it.
Even if I was looking for different work, the commute to Philadelphia from Virginia Beach is little too far. However, this might be a perfect opportunity for someone else.
"Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. " - Seneca
Hakin9 Looking for an Author
The folks at Software Media LLC that publish Hakin9 are looking for someone to write an article on the CISSP certification for an upcoming magazine.
Przemyslaw Pretkiewicz (przemyslaw.pretkiewicz@_no_spam_software.com.pl) asked me if I could take it on but my schedule is too full right now. If you're interested, you can contact him directly. Just remove _no_spam_ from the email address.
CISSP Rapid Review
I'm making steady progress on the CISSP Rapid Review book. This book provides you with late-stage checks and reviews to see if you're ready for the exam. You can start with a full study guide like the CISSP: Certified Information Systems Security Professional Study Guide to master the concepts and then when you're close, use theCISSP Rapid Review book to review your readiness.
Security+ Study Guide
The CompTIA Security+: Get Certified Get Ahead: SY0-301 Study Guide continues to help people take and pass the Security+ certification the first time they take it. Jarrett Marquis wrote a review on Amazon (identified as useful by 35 Amazon readers) saying it is "All You Need to Pass". He wrote "The plan is pretty simple, buy this book, read it, do the practice questions, pass the test."