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.
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:
Becoming an expert in a field – let alone an industry – requires time and effort. Most of all, dedication. While a single training course might teach you a lot, following a training path can bring a whole lot more to the table in the long run.
With nearly 20 years of experience in the InfoSec industry within the private and public sectors, and with more than 7 years primarily focused on the offensive side of the house, Fabrizio brings his real-world experience to the eLearnSecurity body-of-knowledge to provide the latest in IT security research and techniques.
With the current situation in Information Security, penetration testers have seen their professional opportunities rise up to test companies’ networks, applications, and computer systems. The claim for a secure environment could not be any more demanding. To all aspiring professional penetration testers, here are 5 steps you need to follow in order to succeed in this field.