These past couple of months, quite a number of reviews, written by eLearnSecurity students from all over the globe, made their way to eLS HQ. We’ve decided to compile them for you here in this list, which we’ll be updating from time to time.
After five long days of grueling deliberation (and a little bit of heel-dragging), the panel has finally come to a consensus. We’re now ready to announce the winners of the eLearnSecurity Review Contest!
It’s been a pleasure reading all of the submissions, and we’d like to thank everyone who participated for taking the time to put your training experience into words, and sharing them with us and the community.
On August 11th, 2017, the 4th Annual Cyberjutsu Awards Fundraiser will once again bring together dozens of security professionals from all over the country – this time at the Convene conference center in Tysons Corner, McLean, VA.
Since eLearnSecurity was born, we’ve always made it our utmost priority to bring our students high-caliber training through our online IT security courses and virtual labs. To ensure that we’re constantly staying true to that cause, we continuously look to the community for some real, honest feedback.
After 6 days of intensive infosec imbibement, Black Hat USA 2017 – and thus our time in Vegas – has come to an end. For those in attendance, the week went by in a flash – not surprising really, as each day was packed with briefings to attend, demos to watch, tools to try, and of course, swag to collect.
It has been an amazing first day at the Black Hat USA main conference. As expected, thousands upon thousands of security professionals arrived at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center to witness the infosec spectacle that is Black Hat.
Before closing the evening, let’s take a quick look back at what happened at Briefings Day 1.
Two decades on from its inception, one of the biggest security events in the world –Black Hat USA – has again kicked off in Vegas for a week of unbridled infosec indulgence, and we’re psyched to take part in the festivities.