SilverLining Episode 43: Gaining cloud security knowledge & certification

Episode 43 December 08, 2021 00:25:04
SilverLining Episode 43: Gaining cloud security knowledge & certification
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SilverLining Episode 43: Gaining cloud security knowledge & certification
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Hosted By

Moshe Ferber Ariel Munafo

Show Notes

Guest: David W. Schropfer

Guest Title: Host of DIY Cyber Guy Podcast

Abstract: 

Many IT & security professionals are asking what Is the best way to enter the world of cloud computing. In this episode we had the privilege of cooperating with David W. Schropfer from the successful podcast DIY cyber guy to discuss the career paths that are relevant for beginners or experienced professionals who wish to explore how cloud computing can promote their career.

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