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    Cool 210-255 SECOPS Passed! CCNA Cyber Ops complete!

    Happy to put this one behind me and now ready for a little certification break.

    I was one of the Cisco Scholarship winners so I went through the Cisco curriculum, videos, and labs with Global Knowledge. I also joined the FB group which has a great Gap Document that gives you other things to focus on that may not have been emphasized in the training. You should be familiar with all of the blueprint topics obviously. Make sure to not only know the Cyber Kill Chain Model, VERIS, and Diamond Model of Intrusion, but also examples of how different breaches and attacks map into those models. This one was harder than SECFND but easier than I thought it would be.

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    congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyrak View Post
    Happy to put this one behind me and now ready for a little certification break.

    I was one of the Cisco Scholarship winners so I went through the Cisco curriculum, videos, and labs with Global Knowledge. I also joined the FB group which has a great Gap Document that gives you other things to focus on that may not have been emphasized in the training. You should be familiar with all of the blueprint topics obviously. Make sure to not only know the Cyber Kill Chain Model, VERIS, and Diamond Model of Intrusion, but also examples of how different breaches and attacks map into those models. This one was harder than SECFND but easier than I thought it would be.

    Kyrak
    Can you post a link to the FB CyberOps group? is it public or private group

    p.s. Great job!
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    Congrats on the pass! This is definitely on my list!
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    Grats on the pass!

    I honestly thought SECOPS was easier than SECFND, and I scored better on it as well.

    Don't forget the truly separate sources you need in SECOPS (the ones you mentioned are taught in the course materials): NIST 800-61r2, NIST 800-86, CVSS specs, and regex basics.
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    Congrats! All the best in your next Cert!
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    Congrats on completing the CCNA Cyber Ops! I'll be starting my cohort in July. Can't wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shochan View Post
    Can you post a link to the FB CyberOps group? is it public or private group

    p.s. Great job!
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/414895922232717/

    Thanks everyone for the kudos! And Lonerwolf all those are in the Gap document from the FB group I mentioned as well.
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