Should I take Security+ exam?
Hi guys, I was positively planning on Security+ exam recently until I found the price. $320 is really not cheap. The reason I chose security+ is my A+ and Network+ are due this year and security+ is the most popular. So my question is: can I let them expire this year and renew next year or later? I have MCSA 2012 and CCNA certs to get this year as I'm working for an ISP and these two certs are more important.
Don't let your certs expire! If you pass Sec+ they automatically renew.
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Here is the link Victor was talking about. $203 for Sec+, but you must have a .edu email
Does your company offer reimbursement for exam fee's if you pass? If so, take advantage of it!