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InfoSec & Veteran Resources

Becoming a cyber security professional is no small feat. I would not have been able to do so without the help of the following resources below, so go check them out!



VetSec, Inc

The very first Veteran support community I joined before I began my transition out of the military. This organization helps Veterans with a passion in Cyber Security and IT follow their goals. They do so much to help and mentor that I cannot fit it all in a short blurb - go check them out!


Cyber Mentor Dojo!

The Cyber Mentor Dojo founder (David Tyler) started a really awesome community of Cyber Security professionals to help mentor others in the field - and I joined to help! Go find a Cyber Mentor at the Dojo or if you want me to mentor you, go check out my mentor profile!



Operation Code

An amazing InfoSec and Coding community designed to help servicemembers and veterans who are passionate about programming and IT overall. So many helpful mentors and resources to help jumpstart your coding career!



Hire Our Heroes

Hire Our Heroes is a non-profit organization that assists both veterans and companies looking to hire veterans find each other for great careers following their service. Their goal is to "capture each transitioning veteran ideally within one year prior to their discharge to Train, Mentor and Coach them in job placement." So if you would like some help, try Hire Our Heroes!



CyberSeek is a really cool web tool and database to show case cybersecurity talent gap with interactive tools and data. It can that can help support people interested in IT and Cyber positions see positions across the United States. Go check it out for more data!

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My friend and fellow Cyber Security Enthusiast, Stefan Waldvogel, created his own amazing Cyber Security blog entitled "Cyber Hunting Guide" to help others achieve a career in Cyber Security and continue to better himself and others! It has a lot of create resources so go check it out!