Damn is it that bad.I've worked in several but those jobs stink and are mostly outsourced to the lowest bidder these days. There are a ton of free or cheap training resources out there. Or you can just download trial versions of SIEM software and install it on a home lab setup. I frankly would only do this type of work for a few years and then get out. The turnover rate in these type of jobs is through the roof.
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I'm looking to get into cybersecurity, I thought SOC would be good entry point.
what didn't you like about SOC jobs?