With constantly evolving cyber threats, it’s hard to keep being on top of all the new IT security techniques. It’s no surprise that the infosec skills gap is real but good to see that many are seeing it as an opportunity to switch career paths or solidify future growth with education.
We’re excited to tell all of you that we made it to the 26th spot in the Top 100 Information Security Blogs!
The blogs included in the list, which came from a pool of thousands of other infosec blogs, were ranked based on the following criteria:
- Google reputation and Google search ranking
- Influence and popularity on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites
- Quality and consistency of posts
- Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review
We’re delighted to be recognized as one of the best sources of security information, news, and of course, training – and we have all of you to thank for getting eLearnSecurity this shiny new badge.
After flying around Dubai, getting students #shirtified internationally, and sending out a special-edition iPhone 7, we are now on the latest edition of our globetrotting MISSIONS.
This time, we head westward to yet another desert – the Mojave – wherein lies the fabled City of Sin.
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:
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.
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.