March 27, 2021

How does a inexperienced person like me get started?

The thought of playing with computers always interested me. Im wondering how does coding work to get started and eventually work your way up to cybersecurity. I want to help find missing people and help track down criminals that can’t be touched by conventional law. Is this even possible? Or just a Hollywood myth? I also want to do animation and start a series but thats a different topic.

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Infinite-Safe7028

There’s no such thing as “conventional” laws. Laws are laws and you have to abide by them. Being a vigilante is illegal btw. Stick to animation or become an FBI agent so you can legally track down criminals.

Cypher_Blue

> I want to help find missing people and help track down criminals that can’t be touched by conventional law.

That’s not really a real thing and it really doesn’t relate to the reality of cybersecurity.

You can start learning about computers and building that knowledge.

If you want to catch criminals and track them down, law enforcement is where you want to go.

straingebrue

Some people code, some people do osint, some people do policy etc… Some people are all around wizards. It’s such a broad field and so much room to specialize. You really answered your own question. Play with computers my dude. Learn how they think, how they talk to each other. Experiment. Observe. Keep your heart in the right place and learn. If you do, someone will pay you. (Also get certs and play CTFs blah blah LinkedIn blah).

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