Penetration testers, often called “ethical hackers,” are highly skilled professionals that test computer networks, systems, applications, etc. for vulnerabilities before malicious (or unethical) hackers do. Find out what it takes to be an invaluable pentester below.
Security incidents continuously make our morning headlines and cause enormous damages and reputational harm to organizations worldwide. It’s inevitable that stronger and costlier incidents will happen. To be prepared, companies rely on their computer security incident handling and response teams. But — what do the terms Incident Handling and Incident Response mean?
The Incident Handling & Response Professional (IHRP) training course is now available for enrollment. Discover this course’s details and see how you can benefit from it to better your defensive skills and become the IR professional companies wish they had.
Today, cyber threats are created faster and are in a more sophisticated manner than ever before. Bad actors are ready to go the extra mile to get their hands on all types of organizations, industries, and information. So, in a hyper-connected world where everyone is a target, what are the top skills purple teamers need to have?
Purple Team Members (or Purple Teamers) are valuable assets because they have the best of both worlds: The techniques to perform attacks and the eye to determine where threats lie. Find out what makes a great purple team member below.
Considering the ruthless tactics attackers will use to gain access to an organization’s assets, security professionals are now seeking to have both red and blue teaming skills. We asked Dimitrios Bougioukas, our training director, a few questions about the challenges and opportunities that come with being a purple teamer.