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I'm thinking of taking Network Security Training.....>>> Not sure which is better to take first >>Network Security or Cyber security.  I need to establish some kind of security background without spending a leg and arm to complete one.   I looked at CompTIA Network security and others but not sure which one is worth  spending money on.  Any suggestions???
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A great tool & worth the price is from Test Out http://www.testout.com/. Go after the SSCP & CISSP certs (then you can pass the CompTIA Security+ cert with minumal effort.  I use these products & am campletely satisfied!.  They have a trial you can download from their site so you can checlk it out before you buy.
Good Luck!
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I'll try your reecommemdations and see whether will work for  me.
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