Magus1 wrote: »
Are their any other certifications out there from other companies that dont expire ?
I passed the network + and security + but i dont have the hands on experience, any advice ?
Certifications earned from Offensive Security, i.e. OSWP, OSCP, OSCE do not require re-certification as far as I'm aware (prepared to be corrected).
Also other CompTIA certs are 'for life' that is Project+, Linux+ (LPI), and Server+ to name a few. I am not sure I totally agree with certs that don't require renewal and it does not require you to stay up to date with the content.
The Offensive Security certs are extremely hard to earn, and with those I guess they deserve the title of 'for life', and I have immense respect for any of those that obtain these certifications due to the level of knowledge that is required, equivalent to those who hold a CCIE etc.
Just my 2c.
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TheSuperRuski wrote: »
@cisco_nerd: I`m glad i read this thread. I have never heard of Offensive security until now. i just watched one of there videos, impressive. I will check them out further.
cisco_nerd wrote: »
They are quite in depth courses, and they host courses online with content that you access through VPN to there labs, and the exam challenge is a 24 hour event. They are not easy to earn though, but if security is your goal (like mine) then they are one of the more advanced certs to get.