I am intrigued, but at the same time the information there is outdated and half-assed.
For example, there is zero point in going for a CompTIA Security+ cert unless you are already very well versed in networking. Get Network+ or your CCNA first. Unless you can talk to me and convince me that you actually know something about the differences between IPv4 and IPv6, between TCP and UDP, between the different layers of the OSI model, unless you can talk to me competently and sound knowledgeable about what the TTL data at a packet does and what it means, you're not going to make it.
Maybe you could eventually pass Security+ with enough tries just by sheer rote memorization of the source material--but if you don't have a deep understanding of networking, if you don't know the difference between a router and a switch, if you don't know what the flags on a TCP packet do, and if you can't explain all these things to me without googling for it, then you don't actually know shit and you're a liability, not an asset, in the infosec world. A+ is Babby's First Cert, it always has been, even the 2019-current version that's got so much material stuffed into it that you take it as two separate tests, and the tiny bit of networking in it will not get you very far when the hiring manager says "explain to me how you would secure my office network." And if you somehow bluff your way past an HR drone who doesn't understand any of the big words and get the job without a technical interview, you STILL don't really know jack shit and you are STILL a liability in the position, not an asset.
Really, if you want to work in infosec, as opposed to talking about it on Internet forums, a Master's in Electrical Engineering is nowadays being demanded by a lot of firms as the absolute minimum buy-in, plus a government security clearance, preferably current and active. Not saying it's impossible to find work without those, but if all you have is certs, you may end up being stuck in tier 1 helldesk phone drone jobs, getting screamed at and threatened by brain donors who lied on their resumes and want you to teach them how to Powerpoint before that big meeting in two hours, and you will probably get a dollar over minimum wage for it.