Penetration testing is one of the best practices to ensure a company’s infrastructure is secure from bad actors trying to get their hands on confidential information. On the occasion of this year’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) – #CyberAware – we want to discuss 4 of the most frequently asked questions about penetration testing.
Do you have an expensive project, want to earn big bucks or feel like taking on a new challenge? As a professional penetration tester, there are many things you can do to earn extra income. Whether you want to explore new opportunities or need the extra cash, here are 5 side-hustles to consider.
Digital forensics is the field where technology meets criminal justice. Professionals in this field use their InfoSec skills to recover data and analyze information from devices (such as computers, USB drives, phones, etc.) to solve a various range of crimes and take down criminals.
In today’s digital world, infosec professionals need to be on top of their skills to protect themselves and their company’s assets online. There are numerous training paths and a large series of practical training courses that can teach you the right skills and hands-on know-how, but whether you are on the defensive or offensive side, here are the top skills next-level infosec pros should have:
Having the right IT infrastructure is critical to strengthen your company’s cyber security. There are 3 main classifications to prevent potential cyber attacks: hardware solutions, software solutions, and smart-thinking solutions. Find out more:
Since Netscape launched the first Bug Bounty program in 1995, new platforms have developed quick and simple ways for companies to find and reward pentesters for disclosing and reporting their vulnerabilities. Find out what are some of the required skills and how to get started.
The eWPT certification is not obtained by going through a multiple answer quiz. Find out why you should consider this certification and how to become a web application penetration tester.