ShreKy

ShreKy

04-10-2022

20:59

Complete roadmap to get into #cybersecurity in 2022: Thread🧵👇 #cybersecurity #cybersecuritytips #infosec #hacking #hacker #bugbounty #bugbountytips #infosecurity

1️⃣ IT Fundamentals Before jumping into more advanced fields, you gotta know the basics. You can learn everything you need for FREE from @ProfessorMesser's course ➡️ For reference, you should be apt for @CompTIA's A+ certification before the next step.

2️⃣ Networking It's time to get technical. Networking will teach you how the internet works, and it's CRUCIAL to have a SOLID understanding of this subejct. You don't have to be a network engineer, but know things like the OSI Model, TCP/IP, Ports & Services, CIDR, Subnets, etc

3️⃣ Linux After networking, Linux is the next thing you're gonna focus on. But why Linux? why not Windows? Linux is EVERYWHERE and thus you NEED to know it like the back of your hand. You can learn other OS systems after, but first, Linux will be your best friend for some time

Linux is what you'll primarily use in infosec, red or blue team, specifically Debian distros. Resources to learn: 1. OverTheWire (Free) ➡️ 2. Linux Journey (Free) ➡️ 3. @TCMSecurity's Linux 101 (Paid) ➡️

4️⃣ Coding Coding isn't 100% necessary in cyber security, HOWEVER, it is of great benefit to know some sort of scripting/programming language at least at a basic level. Depending on your niche, you may want to know: Bash, Python, JavaScript, C, or other languages.

For beginners, I'd recommend Python as a first language. As with networking, you don't need to become a full stack software dev, just know how to code basic programs and understand them. After Python, I'd recommend Bash and/or JavaScript. Below I go into more detail👇

After you complete the fundamentals, you can move on to more specific niches in cybersecurity. This is the stage where you choose your career path. Below are a couple of images that show every specialization/job role in cybersecurity:

As you saw above, there's many different specialties in #cybersecurity, including Offensive and Defensive Security, also called 🟥Red Team and 🟦Blue team. Below are the different components to 🟥Offensive Security:

If you're interested in 🟦Cyber Defence, have a read here at @ine's blog ➡️ 🟦Blue team roles: 1. Cyber Security Engineer 2. Cyber Security Analyst 3. Incident Response Manager ❗As a side note, it's good to know the basics of the other side/team aswell

After you've decided on 🟥 or 🟦 , it's time to dive into them. Training platforms to get you started learning 🟥/🟦 team: 1. @hackthebox_eu ➡️ 2. @RealTryHackMe ➡️ As a start, this is all you need, focus on them for now. TIPS👇

You're already gonna be very overwhelmed with the amount of information that's thrown at you, so keep it to these 2 platforms for now. As time passes and your knowledge 📈, YOU'LL KNOW WHERE TO GO NEXT❗ don't worry And remember, you can never know everything in #cybersecurity👇

Amazing hackers to follow: @TCMSecurity @thedawgyg @_JohnHammond @dccybersec @hacksplained @HackerSploit @LiveOverflow @davidbombal @Jhaddix @NetworkChuck @TJ_Null @ippsec @CristiVlad25 @ITJunkie @0dayCTF @0xTib3rius @brutelogic @zseano @_zSecurity_ +more on YT, look them up

@TCMSecurity @thedawgyg @_JohnHammond @dccybersec @hacksplained @HackerSploit @LiveOverflow @davidbombal @Jhaddix @NetworkChuck @TJ_Null @ippsec @CristiVlad25 @ITJunkie @0dayCTF @0xTib3rius @brutelogic @zseano @_zSecurity_ Wrap. You know what to do from here: GET TO WORK There's A TON of other resources online, don't limit yourself, you just have to look for them, and REPEAT WHAT'S ALREADY BEEN PROVEN TO WORK❗ You got this🙌 🚨Remember to follow me @shrekysec for more and RT the first tweet👇



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