Boost your information security career and become proficient in industry-standard roles such as Incident Responder, Vulnerability Analyst, Secure Software Assessor, and more… To help you get started, we’re now offering volume discounts based on the number of courses you enroll in at once.
|We’re traveling to Lake Buena Vista, Florida, for the InfoSec World 2018 conference at Disney’s Contemporary Resort! You can come say hi at Booth 207 where the eLearnSecurity team will be.
Fun times await!
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 April 2010, Penetration Testing Professional v1 was launched. With 15 students hopping on board that first month, our journey got the fuel it needed to begin. Today – seven years, eight training courses, three office locations, and thousands of students later – the eLearnSecurity mission carries on.
Do you have enough security trivia in the tank? Here’s our new brainXploit for the new year!
What score did you get? Let us know in the replies below!
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.
On October 6th 2016, information security professionals and enthusiasts from the Caribbean descended on San Juan’s Centro de Convenciones Pedro Rosello for the fourth installment of Security BSides Puerto Rico.
¡Ya comenzamos! Aquí, en el #BSidesPR2016 ¡A disfrutar del día!
On September 1st 2016, we did something we haven’t done in a long time. We announced that a new eLearnSecurity training course was on its way, but this time, we wanted you guys – the eLS community – to guess what it’s going to be.
When it comes to major attacks, in many cases corporate executives are handing the full cyber security responsibility to their IT staff.
Surveys revealed almost 90 percent of corporate executives were not able to read or understand an IT security report.