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October 9, 2019
By: jasminen
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Meet Your Instructor: Hamza M’hirsi
> Interests in Cyber Security: “I am not planning to do the same job each day creating web sites and applications. In cybersecurity each moment I can learn a new thing, where I feel like whatever the time I spend studying and learning I can’t discover and understand everything. Security is a big ocean, and this is what keeps me attached to that field. I really agree that some technology or attacks are really difficult and we need too much knowledge to understand ...
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October 8, 2019
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By: charon223
Significance of Strong and Secure Passwords: For anyone using a computer or high-tech devices such as smartphones or tablets, wrongful or illegal access to their devices is a potentially major issue. The effects of these break-ins for victims may include the loss of valuable information, which may consist of essential documents, photos, etc. ...
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October 7, 2019
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By: Rebecca Beris
Today’s economy is a digital one, and a big part of that is thanks to the emergence of credit and debit cards. We may not yet be an entirely cashless society, but try to book a concert ticket in advance or order a product from the other side of the world. It will soon become apparent how much we rely on these small pieces of plastic for our ...
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October 4, 2019
By: SLWelty
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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
This blog was posted by Thycotic Security. Reposted with permission. Don’t fall for any of these classic mistakes that can lead you to a ghoul running through your network! Provisioning Workstations for Employees with Local Administrative Privileges Intact Removing Local Admin Privileges, But Neglecting Application Control Forgetting to Remove Privileges After Someone Leaves Your Company Letting Third Parties Access Sensitive Information Without Proper Controls Leaving Ha ...
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October 3, 2019
By: GarrettsG2
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When Should IT Pros Take CISSP Training?
Security experts are in demand as organizations look to bolster their ranks; current predications suggest a shortfall of nearly 1.5 million trained professionals over the next few years. And despite employer efforts from booming salaries to new post-secondary programs supply can’t keep up1. This creates a unique opportunity for technology staff: With the right qualifications, they can rise quickly through corporate ranks and land the IT job they’ve always wanted. Begin ...
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October 2, 2019
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By: thorlacher2322
Python is now the second-most popular coding language1 for developers and businesses and takes second place on public code repository GitHub. But this snake isn’t satisfied with the role of the runner-up. As noted by the Tech Republic2 of the five top-earning code languages IT pros can learn, four include Python knowledge as a critical prer ...
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October 1, 2019
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By: SLWelty
> Interests in Cyber Security: “My interests revolve around endpoint as this is what I have been working on for most of my contact with Cyber Security. Also, from the moment I started understanding security, I have realized that endpoint is highly underestimated. If you look at the job market and how companies ore organized in terms ...
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September 30, 2019
By: camiragano
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Advantages of Enterprise Project Training
Projects set the path for business innovation. Successful projects drive ROI and increase operational efficiency; failed projects cost companies time and money. With IT projects now top-of-mind for many CIOs1, effective project management is more critical than ever. High-value, high-stakes initiatives such as increasing digital footprints, modernizing information governance, implementing DecSecOps, and deploying automation require managers capable of working under pressure, ...
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