“Leading the way in cyber, while mentoring other women to do the same.”
On August 15 2016, the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu once again recognized exemplary women who have made a difference in the field of cybersecurity at the third annual Cyberjutsu Awards Dinner.
“Being able to break security doesn’t make you a hacker anymore than being able to hotwire cars makes you an automotive engineer.”
-Eric S. Raymond
Now on its third year, the 2016 Annual Cyberjutsu Awards Dinner returns to celebrate the women who have made an impact in the world of cybersecurity. The Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) is once again gathering for this event in a night of fun and festivities on August 12th 2016 at the Rooftop Bar & Grill in Arlington, Virginia.
On June 21st 2016, we launched the latest installment of the Penetration Testing Professional IT security training course. With PTPv4 marking its first week, let’s take a look back at the events from the Launch Webinar.
The long wait is over.
The wait is over, and we’re excited to share that our newest course – Penetration Testing Professional version 4 (PTPv4) is here!
True to our mission of providing the most comprehensive and practical training courses, PTPv4 offers 100% of the knowledge you need to become a professional penetration tester.
The Crytek Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) was publicly presented at CSIRT Task Force (TF-CSIRT) at their 48th Meeting in Riga, Latvia. Crytek CSIRT was created on May 20, on the basis of Network Operations department, using eLearnSecurity as it’s first and main InfoSec training provider for their whole team.
#PTPv4. By now, you would have seen it all over the internet and social media. Yes: eLearnSecurity’s baby, the gold standard in IT security training – Penetration Testing Professional – is getting an upgrade!
Penetration Testing Professional, or PTP, is the most comprehensive, extremely hands-on online training course on penetration testing.
Cyber war skips battlefield. Systems that people rely upon, from banks to air defense radars, are accessible from cyberspace and can be quickly taken over or knocked out without first defeating a
country’s traditional defense. (c) R. Clarke & R. Knake
Cybersecurity may be fought with technology, but it is people who triumph. We must invest in the future generations of professionals who will carry on the fight. (c) Matthew Rosenquist