I’m going to begin searching for a new role, but I’d love to better understand the comp landscape out there first. Asking the below questions: 1. Market/COL 2. Firm or Industry (ex: Accenture or Oracle) 3. Job title 4. Total compensation 5. Certifications held (CISSP, AWS SA, etc.)
Hoping to find a new opportunity for 2022 or late Q4 2021. Looking at Sr Associate/Consultant level roles in IAM or GRC, Chicago area preferred, willing to travel 100%. Anyone at KPMG, EY, or Accenture willing to connect to talk? I have 4 yrs consulting experience at a small 5k employee company and hold a M.S., CISSP, CBCP, and Okta certs. Working towards PMP and currently the PM on two medium-size, medium -complexity datacenter infrastructure buildouts ramping down by November.
About to start studying for the CISSP. What were your best resources for studying and exam prep?
Hi folks, it's TOGAF cert useful for cyber security practicioners to improve technical knowledge? If it matters I already have CISSP, CISM, and other certs.
Would anyone be kind enough to endorse me for CISSP? I’ve passed the test and have 4 years of experience in kpmg cyber (secops, compliance, risk, bcm). Just need your name and member id. Message me and thanks so much for considering!
Hi All, I am currently an IT Audit M in Canada & want to change careers. Some areas i shortlisted: - Data & Analytics : Have some experience in building dashboards. But I believe D&A is huge. I don’t know where to start with and what will help me get a job. - CyberSec: Leverage some of my existing experience & move into cloud security & then CISSP. - RPA/Cloud :Learn RPA /Cloud. Not sure what projects/opportunities that can lead to. Any thoughts on the above careers & growth prospects
Currently work in GRC under fintech with CISA cert. Trying to decide between pursuing CRISC or CISSP next. Which certification is more suitable for folks in GRC field?
Background in GRC just joined B4 from industry (power & utilities) with my CRISC, CISSP, and CISA. I wouldn’t call myself the most technical but any advice on other certs to obtain?
For people in cyber… how early is too early to get the CISSP certification? Is it never too early?
If you have CISA/CISSP then we are looking to fill some Senior Consultant positions @ EY. There is 1 manager’s position as well. Feel free to reach out.
Hi all, I’m a Sr Analyst with CISSP and Sec+ wanting to go into Cybersecurity Engineering. I have a strong coding background but so far no luck getting my CV through. What are my next steps? Any cert recommendations?
I read on this app that you get lots of traction if you have CISSP cert. What’s so special about it? Why other security certifications don’t come close to it? I don’t have security background hence curious :)
How valuable are the AWS certs, particularly Solutions Architect? Is it only valuable if you get the Pro certification (instead of just associate)? What about the AWS Specialties like Security or ML? My employer pays for them but considers them simply nice-to-haves. I suspect this might be normal? I’ve only heard of recruiters fawning over CISSP.
Anyone have their CISSP? Any study tips?
What cert would you recommend after CISSP? I’m looking towards CAPM or CCSP next but definitely interested to hear other suggestions. Thank you.
I’m closing in on 3 YOE (1 as a Senior), is it worth it to get Sec+ or CISM as certs at this point or should I just gun for CISSP? Hoping to get some certs under my belt but don’t want to dedicate time to one that won’t matter/increase market value should I choose to exit someday. Only thing I have right now is my work experience, no cyber-related certs.
I am a security analyst with 4 YOE. I’m looking to leave my current position after I get vested. Currently studying for my CISSP cert so that I can earn more in my next role. I’m looking to earn 150k. Is that ideal?
Anyone serve in the Signal Corps. in the Army and transition to Cyber work? Considering going Reserves 25A to build up technical/management skills while working in IT Audit, but not sure if certs/CISA/CISSP will accomplish the same thing
What salary can I expect at a B4 org at D level + 20 Y with cloud certs and infosec certs (CEH, CISA, CISSP) ? Is $250K out of reach? A lot of co are reaching out to me at $125/hr.
Does anyone teach CISSP training classes?
I have an opportunity in DC for an international organization. I've +10 yoe in IT, cyber and privacy as well as several certifications (cissp, cisa, cism, azure fundamentals). Is 110k an acceptable salary for my yoe and creds, considering that, since its an international organization, I'd be tax exempted?
Is there market value in getting your CISSP before you have the 5 years of relevant experience? (CISSP Associate). I already work in cybersecurity, just 2 years shy if needed experience
What cert to go for next? Currently have AWS-SAA and Security+. Thinking about CISSP but how difficult is it compared to the AWS-SAA?
Hi Fishes, I am a bit confused about the certifications..which certification should I go for.. CISSP or CISM? I am looking forward for a switch in InfoSec profile only.
Does any have any tips on studying and passing the CCSP? I have the CISSP and a bunch of audit certs and would like to tackle the CSSP. Is taking a vendor cloud cert ( Azure, GCP, AWS) more valuable than the CCSP? If yes, why?
Passed my CISSP. Does PwC cyber have a certification bonus for completing CISSP? Feel like I have seen something on it, but couldn’t find info
Just passed my CISSP exam. Will start endorsement process. 5 years experience in Cyber strategy. What kind of % pay bump would you want/expect based on getting this certification? Anyone else utilize it or have been reached out to for a salary increase?
Do any 🐠 know of cyber jobs willing to teach rather than expecting deep knowledge right away? I spent two years in EY’s tech risk practice where I experienced an apprenticeship-style culture. I had no audit nor tech background but I was willing to learn, and those above me were willing to teach. After studying for and passing the CISSP, I transferred to cyber but the expectation from managers was to have deep technical cyber knowledge, which I thought I would develop over time from experience.
Hello Everyone!! Looking for advice. What the skills I can gain to be a cybersecurity consultant? I know it’s kinda vague as I know there are lot of fields you can specialize in. I have obtained CompTIA Sec+, CySA+ and CASP+ certification. I also passed CISSP. Now I don’t know what to do. Workwise I haven’t been staffed in cyber projects so I can’t explore what I like. What do you guys think are some hot skills that a cyber consultant has? And what’s the best way to obtain those skills?
Can I take the PMP even if I don’t have 3 years of management experience and just be a “PMP associate” or something until I have those 3 years (like how you can take the CISSP before you get the experience and be a CISSP Associate)?
What is the value of the CISSP certification when seeking opportunities in the CyberSecurity space? I'm considering a more threat-facing direction in my career and want to be the tip-of-the-sword, as it were, especially against State actors.
How hard would it be to bump offered title from SC to M ? Offer is from Big4, Currently 4 yoe, cissp,cism, cisa, Any insight would be appreciated
How hard would it be to bump offered title from SC to M ? Offer is from Big4, Currently 4 yoe, cissp,cism, cisa, Any help would be appreciated
Any one who has done CSCP certification and can help guide through the exam preparation ?? Does it help when applying to MBB??
(For one of my friends) How is the career as a Functional Consultant vs Valuation/Corporate finance professional? Profile: MBA (Finance and Ops) Looking for good growth, decent wlb and good pay
What other ECs are good besides volunteering/nonprofits? My resume doesn’t have a strong track record of community service so I’m worried that any volunteering that I do now will be seen as fake/done purely for MBA apps. Are there any other impactful activities that can fit into resumes like mine?
Considering becoming a CFP and CFA but I’d like to know what the job market looks like. For those of you who are practicing, how long were you searching for a job and are you satisfied with your experience thus far?
What’s the most effective way to prepare for the AWS cloud practitioner exam? No prior AWS experience currently
Anyone taken the CFE or CIA? Feedback is appreciated with respect to review courses and prep time. Thanks.
Any tips when preparing for CSCP?
What are your go-to resources for CFE CPE?
has anyone here enrolled in the harvard extension school? i’d like to ask some questions if you have.
This may have been posted already, but what are top certifications to get around data management? Not talking specific like AWS cloud practitioner, but rather something more broadly applicable and marketable.
Aspiring to be a management consultant I am currently working with Hyundai as Assistant manager. I desire to join MBB in consulting line I don't hold an MBA degree but have rich experience in S&OP Can someone help me
As a tech consultant, is the AWS cloud practitioner good for an analyst or is the AWS solutions architect more necessary?
Has anyone taken the looker certification? What was it like? I’m looking to go through the courses looker offers before taking the cert.
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I find it interesting the volume of talk about anti-anxiety meds has dropped off a cliff since the pandemic started. Are we feeling less social anxiety WFH?
When you have a manager so bad, you and everyone under them quit, and HR questions the team about “leadership culture”, but they still get promoted to SM -_-
Talked to this company and they said if I’m willing to pay to fly out they will interview me. Does that strike you as cheap?
What is so great about working in Salesforce? What are the benefits everyone raves about and what do they even do? Is it implementation?
PwC health benefits. How is UHC? For Bay Area 🐟, is Kaiser in or out of network? Married with 1 child.
Fishbowl: What is the most prestigious project within the most prestigious division within the most prestigious company within the most prestigious industry? Also, how do I get promoted fastest and make the most money within whatever that is?
With so many people reportedly leaving consulting, I’m wondering how common is it to leave for less TC? MBB comp $200k+ at 27. Do most people get increases above that or just go to jobs sitting at $150k but that “have better WLB”? *Not looking to include those that switch to industries with intentional disregard about comp (eg public sector, charity, teaching etc).
Why do some companies ask for 8+ YoE + MBA for mid-management positions (Manager, Sr. manager, Associate, Sr. Associate). At 8 YoE the super talented people would probably be looking for director level roles. Wouldn’t it be better to get them at like 3-5YoE?
Growing obsession as I get older is wanting to try out for Survivor! Has anyone ever sent a video in or made it through an interview?
Looking for a healthcare user experience/product design role at a mid to senior level. Anyone hiring for that right now? 4 years UI/UX experience, 7+ years design experience in other fields
Hello Fishes, QBurst is hiring Data Science professionals with 3-6 years experience. Desirable skills include Deep Learning, TensorFlow/Pytorch, ScikitLearn and NLP. Location is flexible, pay is competitive and wlb is awesome. DM me for referral. Happy to help out fellow techies.
My company’s new hybrid working model was finally announced. We’re in a high COL west coast city, but not tech so pay is mediocre. Option A is office/wfh combo. The office downsized, so hot desking 3 days, WFH 2 days. No stipend for supplies, internet, phone. Option B- We can apply for FT remote if we move, but will get a paycut for lower COL areas. No raises for higher COL moves. Still no stipend. Multi-billion $ company, did great bc of the pandemic. How mad should I be?
PA employees should join a Union
Life of non-immigrants depend on the Visa they hold and it’s so sad these companies don’t have a team where we can speak to someone immediately in case of a visa emergency situation . In EY you need to submit a form and wait for days together to get a reply from a human. Mean time you would have gone through 5 anxiety attacks.
Spotted on morning flight to LAX: multiple people wearing “KPMG future diversity leader” purple T-shirts. What’s this about?