Do you want to prove your competence as a security specialist? These are the top certifications that can help you succeed in 2022.

Security is a key aspect of the IT industry. This is why companies try to build strong and reliable security teams. Security-related certifications are available for those who work in this field and want to highlight and evaluate their professional skills. There are many certificates available that are focused on this topic, but we will only be briefly examining the following options.
EC-Council Certified Network DefenderThis certification focuses on network attacks and defense strategies as well as administrative network security and network perimeter security. Data security and administrative application security are also included. Potential candidates should also be familiar with enterprise wireless network security, enterprise Cloud security, and enterprise virtual networking security. The certificate also covers endpoint security, including Linux systems, Windows systems and IoT devices. It also covers network logs monitoring, analysis, network traffic monitoring, threat prediction with cybersecurity threat intelligence, business continuity, disaster recovery, incident response, and forensic investigation. Also, you should be familiar with threat assessment with attack surface analysis as well as risk anticipation with risk management. Only one test is required to pass. It consists of 100 questions lasting four hours.
(ISC2)2 Certified Cloud Security Professional The certificate requires that interested applicants meet certain requirements. Specialists must have at least five years’ cumulative, full-time experience in Information Technology. Three years must be in information security, and one year should be in one the above-mentioned areas. Candidates who wish to become certified must pass one exam. It takes three hours and has 125 questions. The passing score is 700/1000.
VMware Certified Professional – SecurityThis certification focuses primarily on VMware security solutions. It assesses the applicant’s ability to deploy CB defense sensors to endpoints, configuring NSXT, and installing and configuring guest Introspection agents in VMTools. It is important to be able to configure and manage security groups and security policy in NSXT, as well as configuring and managing firewall rules in NSXT. The certificate also evaluates your ability to troubleshoot common NSX components issues, connectivity issues, Workspace ONE issues related to endpoint security, common physical infrastructure problems, and multi-cloud security concerns. It also covers details about the management of security policies for business continuity, disaster recovery, management access policies for Single Sign On and third-party Identity Provider Federation, as well managing firewall policies. Potential candidates must also have the ability to perform patch management in Workspace ONE, as well as monitor security for compliance and assurance. Candidates who want to earn this certification must complete one of the required training courses.

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