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October 25, 2019
By: Solene Gabellec
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CyberSecurity Quick Guide for Students
This blog was originally posted on Knogin blog by author Anna Codina. Reposted with permission. (By the way! If you’d like to keep a hard copy of this guide, you can also download the Ultimate Cybersecurity Quick Guide for Students for ease of use.)   Different Ways You Could be Compromised In the digital world, data is the most valuable commodity out there. Depending on the type of information that has been gathered about you, you can see customized ads based on ...
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October 24, 2019
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By: gagan1999
Kali Linux1 is a Debian-based Linux distribution. Which is meant to advance Penetration Testing and Security Auditing. Kali has hundreds of tools that are meant for various information security tasks. For example, Penetration Testing, Security research, Computer Forensics, and Reverse Engineering. Kali Linux is developed, funded, and maintain ...
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October 23, 2019
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By: SLWelty
This blog was originally posted on Cisco Security Blog by author John Stewart. Reposted with permission. October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and for me, it’s a time to reflect on where we’ve been and how far we’ve come, study the trends and challenges we face today, and look ahead to the next generation of opportunities facing not ...
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October 23, 2019
By: techalphy
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How to Recover Purged Emails from Outlook 2016 / 2013 PST File
“I was working with Outlook and noticed that more than half of the storage space is consumed. So, I decided to delete a few emails. While deleting emails, I accidentally deleted some important emails. Now, I want to know how can I recover purged emails in Outlook 2016 account. Is there any easy way to retrieve purged emails from Outlook account back. Please suggest me a trustworthy and instant way to implement the task.” Begin FREE Intro to IT and Cybersecurity Course > ...
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October 22, 2019
By: jasminen
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Meet Your Instructor: Alvin Onyil
> Education/Experience in Cyber Security: “Doctorate of Business Administration, ​Marketing Concentration,​ North Central University, San Diego, California Masters of Science in Interactive Media & Communications​, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Connecticut Bachelors of Science in Information Systems​, The University of Maryland – Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland”
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October 21, 2019
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By: Corey Holzer, Ph.D. CISSP
In the introduction for the Intro to SQL course, Instructor Kitt Parker describes his experience with programming languages like C++, Python, etc. Instructor Parker explains how working with databases will usually bring a developer back to the database manager’s structured query language or SQL. While working on the course’s study guide, ...
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October 20, 2019
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By: David Balaban
Probably, all SOC (security operations center) analysts are dreaming of seeing their detecting rules identify and block the sophisticated techniques of pro-government APT groups, and investigations lead to the discovery of exploits that use zero-day vulnerabilities. Start FREE Virtualization Management Course >> Unfortunately (or fortunately ...
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October 19, 2019
By: jasminen
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Meet Your Instructor: Wayne Xing
> Interests in Cyber Security: “I am very interested in cybersecurity because cybersecurity involves not only businesses and governments. Your computer, tablet, and phone may contain information that hackers and other criminals want to have, such as the email address, name, and date of birth of others. Anything that relies on the Internet to communicate or connect to a computer or other smart device can be affected by security breaches. This includes: Communicatio ...
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