Typically, the majority of entry-level cybersecurity positions do not require any coding skills. However, some mid-level and upper-level cybersecurity positions, that you may progress to with experience, will require coding knowledge. Nonetheless, as the cybersecurity profession is huge, most cybersecurity professionals do not require any knowledge of coding and can make an incredibly successful career knowing only about networks and OS administration.
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There are a few excellent cybersecurity certificates that can be achieved when first entering the cybersecurity field. CompTIA’S Network+ The CompTIA Network+ is an excellent first step to take because it is a highly recognized and regarded certificate. To receive the certificate, you must sit (and pass) an exam that tests your ability to install, maintain, troubleshoot and support a network. After completing the CompTIA Network+, you can sit the CompTIA Security+, which requires a bit more experiences to complete. Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Security Fundamentals This qualification is traditionally aimed at high school and college students. The certificate aims …