Hosted on IT Toolbox, and voted the best blog on that site, this is a great way for those interested in the field of security investigation to find out what to expect. The blogger is funny and touches on many very relevant topics.
Get information on the CTP certificaiton including requirements, costs and training.
Over at RedmondMag.com there is a great .pdf that takes you through all of the available security certifications, answers many questions on the how's and why's of getting certified, and offers salary information for security certifications. The only catch is that you have to register with their site to get the free guide. It's the basic name and email information and it's worth it.
Another security certification has been released. With both a written exam and a hands-on lab, the C2SP promises to be valuable certification.
In the age of computers, the rate of computer crimes is constantly rising and with it, the need for experts in computer forensics. Do you have what it takes to be a cyber investigator?
Find requirements, costs, and links to information regarding the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) from ISACA.
Define the boundries and push the limits by becoming a legal hacker. Provided by The International Council of E-Commerce Consultants, get more information on the CEC certification.
Get all the information and links you need to get the SCNP certification.
You'll learn to get the electronic evidence necessary to convict computer criminals. What could be cooler? Find out how to get CHFI certified.
Created by the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants, this is a basic certification that will give you working knowledge of security and networking.
Description and requirements for the CISSP certification offered by ICS2.
What is it and how do you get it? Find out here how to become SSCP certified.
The first ever technical security certification program, GIAC continues to be popular, offering a wide range of certifications.