Getting into cyber security can be a daunting task because there are so many subjects with infinite depth. But that’s OK. In fact, that is what most professionals love about the information security space, the fact that the subject matter is always evolving. To get everyone started I am going to share a few resources on obtaining knowledge. These sites will be applicable whether you have been in the field for years or just getting started. Feel free to send me more resources and I will treat this as an evolving blog.
Security Tube offers a massive collection of tutorials, conference videos and a series called Megaprimers. The megaprimers series presents guides on various subjects such as assembly code, Metasploit, and penetration testing to name a few.
Cybrary offers many introductory courses as well as many courses geared towards certifications such as ITIL, Sec+, and MCSA.
Microsoft Virtual Academy
Contains good training on Microsoft products. Who better to learn from than the creator of the products right?
Vulnhub is one of the best places to go to get your hands dirty with offensive tactics. The site consists of a repository or vulnerable systems and guides for each system.
OSCP style boxes where you VPN into a network and attempt to compromise systems. The systems are broken down into difficulty levels and operating systems, so you can target certain skill-sets.