NCF-80 Security Certificates and their Importance in the Industry

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Today’s show discusses the importance of security certificates in terms of military requirements and DoD regulations. We have Tom Ponville as our guest who talks about how security related certs increase the value of your degree. Ponville started his career as an educator after getting his Sec+ certificate and had been teaching different security courses at the Ironhorse University.
Tom tells about the challenges faced when teaching the security courses to a diverse group of people. He also talks about the requirements for students seeking any cert and also what problems they have to deal with while preparing to take the test.
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