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1st Time Speaker Dontae Tyler shares his non-Traditional path into cybersecurity from the perspective of a black male in a predominantly white male industry.
1st Time Speakers share their experiences about joining the Cybersecurity industry and passing the Security+ exam.
Can you negotiate, should you negotiate, how should you negotiate for better compensation? What other things like bonuses, time off, benefits, etc. are on the table?
The idea of Zero Trust security has become widely popular over the last few years. While many organizations have shifted priorities to adopt Zero Trust, ZTNA is the technology behind achieving a true Zero Trust model.
It’s important for us to authentically and genuinely take time to recharge our minds. As a bonus, it makes you better at your job.
Want to learn more about social engineering, the Browser Exploitation Framework (BeEF), and how to use them to perform penetration testing (#pentesting)… we have you covered.
SOC Analysts are highly sought-after individuals who identify compromised machines and malicious actors. These individuals utilize defensive security skills and techniques that are commonly used in the industry while working to mitigate any damages that may have occurred.
Blake Regan discusses what an array is, why should you care, how to create an array, how to add and remove data from an array, indexing into an array to get specific values and the practical use cases for arrays.
Taking 30 minutes to read some “non-technical techie” books can be a great way to stay motivated, avoid burnout, and reset during study time.
It’s critical for anyone learning cybersecurity to understand the common services and threats they will encounter every day on the job.
Christian Elston discusses hacking software as a job, the certifications needed, and building a resume for that job.