More than ever, enterprises require intelligent, integrated solutions to prevent data theft and network disruption caused by stealthy, targeted attacks. Despite what many vendors would have you believe, there is no one product or “silver bullet” to solve this problem. (c) John Maddison
One of our eLearnSecurity team members, Davide Carmeci
attended the RSA Conference 2016
in San-Francisco this week. The event is held annually in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
eLearnSecurity is attending the RSA Conference, which aims to bring IT security specialists all over the world together to share their experiences, ideas and knowledge with other industry specialists.
Being afraid isn’t the same as being at risk. Being at risk isn’t the same as being at proximate or intolerable risk. (c) Infospectives
According to recent reports all over the world IT Security professionals are in high-demand. We created an info-graphic on how online training contribute into reducing the shortage of high-skilled professionals.
Here we go:
There are lots of articles in the news recently about how in demand IT security professionals are. And there’s also a great concern about the shortage of experts in the cyber security industry to meet this demand.
According to a 2015 analysis of numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics by Peninsula Press, a project of the Stanford University Journalism Program, there are more than 209,000 cybersecurity jobs in the U.S.
The Top 5 Hackmes for the month of January, 2016. Test yourself, check out the list of the challenges below:
1. Very basic SQL injection by davidstinemetze
Description: The goal here is to learn the very basics of SQL injection.
Imagine a young black-hat hacker, probably in his teens, who infiltrates systems and steals data from many different computer systems. He finally gets caught, and after facing the charges and maybe even jail time, he comes back to his passion of testing systems for vulnerabilities.
NITWITs is a community lead effort between the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Durham College students to teach and learn new skills to stay up to date in the security industry.
eLearnSecurity is pleased to announce that Marshall University Collegiate Cyber Defense Challenge (CCDC) team will be using the Penetration Testing training for Students.
The Marshall CCDC team is a self motivated group of undergraduates at Marshall University looking to further its knowledge in the world of Penetration Testing and Network Security.
Cyber security had become one of the hottest topics in media by the end of 2015. Various companies and financial institutions had experienced such troubles like data breach, malware infections and more.
This year governments and private organizations all over the world continue to implement cyber crime prevention measures.