It seems my dad's army skillport, which I gained the knowledge for my A+ and Net+ certifications, offers CISSP and SSCP 2012. I've been taking these two even though I need two and five years of working with systems and security respectfully just to claim the certifications. The SSCP is more than harder than I thought, and gets deep within security, more than I previously knew for sure. The CISSP is also a large step in to security, but seems more rounded and not as focused when it comes to actual security compared to the SSCP. I haven't finished either course, but I do plan on it. I hope to have them both finished within the next few months. They are very interesting to say the least, and I can tell you know this will be taking up most of my free time. Very cool stuff. I will answer any questions you might have about either course.
“True hacking is like skydiving, you want to make sure you have arms, because nobody’s going to be there to pull the chute for you.”