eLearnSecurity‘s mission is to provide a practical way for aspiring IT security enthusiasts, students, and professionals alike to advance their skills and their careers.
More than six years along the way, we’ve encountered plenty of success stories – with several students acing multiple eLS certification exams in less than a year, others successfully landing their coveted jobs, and some even getting nominated for prestigious IT security awards.
‘Tis the season once again to get into the holiday spirit, and eLearnSecurity decided to fly by and drop off early presents for everyone – naughty and nice, old school hackers and script kiddies alike.
After weeks of stiff competition – and hours upon hours of conclave – the judges have finally reached a decision, and we’re thrilled to announce the winners of eLearnSecurity‘s biggest contest yet – MISSION: Dubai.
We couldn’t have been any happier watching the videos, as they were able to showcase not only the presenters’ stories, but also their (sometimes very animated) personalities.
On October 2016, we launched MISSION: Dubai, the biggest video competition this side of IT Security has ever seen. In the goal of spreading the word on how eLearnSecurity training has helped in advancing the careers of IT security professionals the world over, we asked our students to become eLS brand ambassadors and tell others about what they’ve accomplished.
A few years ago, hacking the United States Government might have landed you with Computer Fraud and Abuse Act charges and a lengthy stint in a federal penitentiary. Fast forward to 2016 – hacking the US would still bring you behind bars, save for a few select systems.
From November 8th up until Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and all the way towards the end of the month, you can combine 4 of the courses your career is going to be most thankful for into one pocket-friendly bundle.
It seems that everyday, hackers are finding more and more things to break into and use against us. Even the most mundane things such as toasters can now be used in botnets designed to conduct cyber-attacks. Today, there are hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of devices under the control of hackers – and absolutely not enough of the good guys to push back.