- Length: 134 pages
- Edition: 1
- Language: English
- Publisher: Apress
- Publication Date: 2021-03-16
- ISBN-10: 1484269039
- ISBN-13: 9781484269039
- Sales Rank: #3346836 (See Top 100 Books)
The frontlines of cybersecurity operations include many unfilled jobs and exciting career opportunities. A transition to a security operations center (SOC) analyst position could be the start of a new path for you. Learn to actively analyze threats, protect your enterprise from harm, and kick-start your road to cybersecurity success with this one-of-a-kind book.
Authors Tyler Wall and Jarrett W. Rodrick carefully and expertly share real-world insights and practical tips in Jump-start Your SOC Analyst Career. The lessons revealed equip you for interview preparation, tackling day one on the job, and setting long-term development goals. This book highlights personal stories from five SOC professionals at various career levels with keen advice that is immediately applicable to your own journey. The gems of knowledge shared in this book provide you with a notable advantage for entering this dynamic field of work.
The recent surplus in demand for SOC analysts makes Jump-start Your SOC Analyst Career a must-have for aspiring tech professionals and long-time veterans alike. Recent industry developments such as using the cloud and security automation are broken down in concise, understandable ways, to name a few. The rapidly changing world of cybersecurity requires innovation and fresh eyes, and this book is your roadmap to success.
What You Will Learn
- Understand the demand for SOC analysts
- Know how to find a SOC analyst job fast
- Be aware of the people you will interact with as a SOC analyst
- Be clear on the prerequisite skills needed to be a SOC analyst and what to study
- Be familiar with the day-to-day life of a SOC analyst, including the tools and language used
- Discover the rapidly emerging areas of a SOC analyst job: the cloud and security automation
Who This Book Is For
Anyone interested in starting a career in cyber security: recent graduates, IT professionals transitioning into security, veterans, and those who are self taught