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September 21, 2019
By: jasminen
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Meet Your Instructor: Nicolas Moy
    Fun Facts About Nicolas! What course do you teach? AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Your favorite food? Sushi or BBQ but not all at once Social Media Handles Intagram: @leviosasystems Twitter: @leviosasystems Website: NicolasMoy.com Linkedin: nicolasisaiahmoy   The Q & A Tell us about yourself: “Certified CloudSecurity Engineer, AWS Cloud Author at NicolasMoy.com, and AWS Instructor here atCybrary. Before jumping into the wor ...
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September 20, 2019
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By: jasminen
This blog was originally posted on Cisco Security Blog by author Ben Nahorney. Reposted with permission.   It can happen to the best of us. You can have robust security software deployed in your environment, and yet a threat slips through. Often it happens at a weak point that you hadn’t considered critical or just overlooked entirely. ...
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September 19, 2019
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By: techalphy
The best method to migrate your user’s accounts between different platforms? Today in this blog, we will show you the best alternative for the Data Migration Tool of Google and Microsoft. Both of them provide their automated tool, which is free but not very userfriendly. The tool of Google is used for G Suite account migration, whereas ...
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September 17, 2019
By: jasminen
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Meet Your Instructor: Karl Hansen
    Fun Facts About Karl! What course do you teach? Intro to Security Onion What is an interesting fact about you? I made a shirt and hood of chain mail by hand in high school Your favorite food? Chicken Paprikash Social Media Handles Twitter: @AllatarTheBlue Website: ​http://allatar.io Linkedin: karlhansen86   The Q & A Tell us about yourself: “Hi. I’m Karl. I live in the Mountain West region of the United States. I have be ...
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September 16, 2019
By: CatPhish_Billy
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What can sports teach us about Information Security
Sports and technology? Seems like an unlikely pair, but one that we cannot overlook since sports, like football, can teach us to be better information security workers. At its very core, sports teach us valuable concepts in life, as well as in our work. We can look at our coworkers as our teammates, coaches as our managers and leaders, guiding us to be better in this ever-changing world. Begin FREE Intro to Information Security Course >> Unlike traditional team sports, how ...
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September 13, 2019
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By: Jonathan Zhang
Coding is a must if you want a career in cybersecurity. But what if you’re starting to learn the ropes and have yet to become a coding expert? Can you still do a reverse WHOIS search then? Begin FREE Intro to IT and Cybersecurity Course >> The good news is that you can. There are lots of reverse WHOIS search tools that don’t require the ...
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September 12, 2019
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By: jasminen
    Fun Facts About Ross! What course do you teach? Insider Threats What is an interesting fact about you? I recently received a utility patent for a mechanical invention and large corporations are interested! Your favorite food? Thai Fried Rice of course! Social Media Handles Linkedin: Ross Coppage   The Q ...
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September 11, 2019
By: andyalvin
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7 Vital Steps to Protect Schools Against Ransomware Attacks
Amidst increased awareness of protection against cybercrimes, hackers with malicious intent have found a new way to strike back. And that’s through ransomware. It is a type of malware that stops the users from accessing their system or personal files and demand ransom payment to regain access. In the past, this malpractice was seen in the corporate sector, but now it has reached various educational institutions. “I have lost all of my assignments files including lega ...
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