CCNA Security vs CCNA Voice vs CCNA Wireless

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Hi guys, Please guide me to choose among CCNA Security , CCNA Voice, CCNA Wireless. By the way I am having CCNA certification. Bit confused to choose next career step. Please help me out. Thanks in advance.

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ASKED: June 14, 2013  11:57 AM

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  • guslepe
    Cissp thats what i would do next
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  • guslepe
    wow, surprised that no has answered this yet. So you ask between the options of CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, CCNA Wireless which would one choose. Now-a-days you really have to cert to what job you’re trying to get demands. If I was to choose one I would cert in of the three it would probably be…. CCNA security. CCNA Voice and CCNA Wireless are too specific. CCNA Voice seems to deal with just VoIP phones idk about the test but, that's what I would think. VoIP is a up and coming tech, currently only used by big companies so your market is limited. CCNA wireless, wireless is everywhere! But, not too many people maintain large wireless nets. Most business that have WiFi are small Cafe Style shops. Idk if you could use CCNA WiFi for cell networks that’s something that you might have to look into. Now CCNA security here's the big bucks. So, now that China and other Hackers are targeting companies not just Govs anymore people are in need of NetSec personnel. Have you noticed that everyone is talking about cyber security in the new, more schools are offering B.S in the field. Also I do believe that CCNA Sec touch on both VoIP and wireless, as far as securing them not configuring. This is just what I think I’m semi- new to the I.T work 5yrs working, as a net admin/PC tech/ telecomm. I do work with an amazing net and all those around me are hard hitting dudes. The mind frame we have towards cert are, CompTia certs are level 1 certs, new bee, joe shome certs, 25K-37K type of income certs. CCNAs are level 2 certs, 40k-60K certs. If you want to be on top of the game you have to go hard CISSP, CEH, CIH certs, B.S in network& security, B.S in Comp Sci, B.S in CyberSecurity. I like networking more than any part of the I.T field but now-a-days you can’t talk networking without talking security. Employers don’t want to hire 2 different people when they can hire one.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    If you're going to excel in IT, it won't hurt to learn all of the above. Security being the most important in my opinion. Ask yourself the following questions: What do you want to do? What are you good at (and want to do more of)? Given your situation, knowing a fair amount about a lot is going to be better than pigeonholing yourself into a niche area. That said, to be good (and valuable) in IT, you need to learn the essentials of wireless, VoIP, etc. More info here: www.principlelogic.com/careers.html Best of luck!
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