I need career advice. I'm deeply,insanely interested in two fields of cyber security:

  1. Malware Analysis
  2. Web/System/Network Penetration Testing

I have lots of learning resources about pentesting and malware analysis, books,video courses,papers and etc. But as I go further I realize how much I don't know and how much I need to learn.For example, I was learning about web application penetration testing but some problem rose because I didn't know a lot about web application developing.The same goes to Malware Analysis(RE).I was reading Practical Malware Analysis book and problem rose because I didn't know enough assembly and it become necessary to learn assembly first.

I remember this phrase: "Person chasing two rabbits catches neither". What is your opinion and if it is possible to be expert in multiple fields,assuming I'm not genius guy :)

Thanks in advance.

closed as primarily opinion-based by Steffen Ullrich, Rory Alsop Aug 27 '17 at 11:45

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    Higgs - before posting, please read our tour and How to Ask pages which will help you understand our site scope. Career advice is off topic here. – Rory Alsop Aug 27 '17 at 11:46
  • @RoryAlsop yes, I know It is question that will have opinion based answers. Where is appropriate place to ask this question? I just thought it would be good to ask to people who have experience. – Higgs Aug 27 '17 at 11:56
  • Stack Exchange is not suitable for opinion based answers at all. – Rory Alsop Aug 27 '17 at 16:34