Is 40 too old for a career change to #Cyber #Security?

Is 40 too old for a career change to cyber security? I’m nearing 40, been working in a software support role for almost 20 years. Never had a degree, but will be receiving a BS in IT with a cybersecurity concentration next year. Starting to look at certs now such as Net+, Sec+ and Pentest+. I want to get into the field, leaning towards pentesting. I’m pretty good at php, and I’m growing my python skills. I’m decent with MySQL, have strong troubleshooting skills and love to figure things out…

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Missed DEFCON? You can now get all the content from Resolvn’s Packet #hacking Village workshop: Intel-driven Hunts for Nation-State Activity Using Elastic SIEM (there’s waaaaay more than 2 hours of workshop in there)

Missed DEFCON? You can now get all the content from Resolvn’s Packet Hacking Village workshop: Intel-driven Hunts for Nation-State Activity Using Elastic SIEM (there’s waaaaay more than 2 hours of workshop in there) submitted by /u/resolvn_pete to r/cybersecurity [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Whistleblowers Report New Cars Are Vulnerable To Hacking And Thousands Could Die Because Of It

Whistleblowers Report New Cars Are Vulnerable To Hacking And Thousands Could Die Because Of It By B.N. Frank The world would undoubtedly be a better place if there was never ever another impaired driver on the road.  But what about when vehicles are impaired due to hacking? Older vehicles weren’t able to be hacked, and studies continue to warn about the potential for new vehicles to be hacked and how this could lead to massive traffic gridlocks as well as people dying. From Consumer Watchdog: A consumer advocacy group has…

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