Read what Robson Franco had to say on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6589493731412455424/
Since long before working with IT, I read about denial of service attacks, defacement, even bought books on viruses, hackers. I’ve always been interested in Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) as I am a follower of EC-Council profiles and news for a long time. So, even not being linked to the security industry, I set C|EH as a goal. I chose C|EH over other certifications because it not only weights as a professional credential (brought in by its curriculum), but it challenges you to reach the top. The offered training material was informative, rich in detail, contained real-world examples, and very well elaborated. I can say that all this further motivates you to take this training program. I found all the included topics essential for everyday life. It has high-quality content – the information gathering and scanning phases were the best.
For all the beginners of the industry – continue following your goals, catch up, network, learn new things, and practice what you have learned responsibly, of course. And set goals, one of my goals was C|EH; now I’m going for C|EH (Practical). I scheduled it for next year. And so I solidify my knowledge and gaining space in the field of information security.