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Age is Just a Number

Cyber Security Has No Age Limits.

I often get asked by potential students “I’m xx Years old. Am I too old/young to get started in Cyber Security?” and the answer is always the same; no. 

At Pentester University we have students of all ages, some not even in high school yet, and some that are retired from another previous career. The fact of the matter is, that no matter how old or young you are, its never to late or too early to get started in Cyber Security. 

Here’s the thing; your age will not determine your learning abilities, despite the old saying “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, and you can’t teach a young old tricks.” It’s you who determined your learning abilities. With hard work, determination, and focus, you can learn Cyber Security at any age. Heck, I know some 5 year olds that know how to use an iPhone better than me. Whose fault is that? Mine. Why? Because I haven’t devoted the time to adequately learn more about it. 

At Pentester University, I try and break down all of the technical jargon and media based buzz words into something that you can easily understand. Something you can digest, and retain without it being super boring like similar online training has been known to be. 

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Shaun James

Founder and sole creator of the popular Youtube Series "NetSecNow" with over 37,000 Active Subscribers, and later www.PentesterUniversity.org. Mr. James has been professionally Pentesting for over 10 years and has 20 years experience in the Information Security Field! Striving to create the absolute best Network Security Teaching courses on the web, Mr. James has dedicated himself to providing Personalized, Easy to Understand, Easy to Follow instructional content that is able to teach even the newest of students, start to finish, step-by-step. if you are serious about learning the art of Hacking from a Professional, sign up for Cyber Security courses with Mr. James today!

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