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You can create a network lab with devices from Cisco, Juniper, Citrix, Arista, A10, Alcatel, Checkpoint, F5, Palo Alto, PFSense, SonicWALL, Trend Micro TippingPoint vTPS, and so much more. If the network vendor has a virtual appliance, it can more than likely run in an EVE-NG environment.
Often organizations place security practitioners in an unrealistic situation. Defend the network and critical data, but on a shoestring budget with limited resources. In times like this, you must look to bulk up the security tools arsenal.
Having a home or online lab is crucial for the advancement of your career in information security (#infosec). It is also a great way to gain hands-on experience which greatly improves your chances of obtaining a job.
With the current concerns regarding the spread and impact of COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”), many companies are asking or requiring their employees to work remotely. If your organization or your clients are considering this option, they need to consider data security and privacy implications.
Can’t get a job in cybersecurity because you don’t have the experience, can’t get experience because you don’t have the job… then this presentation is for you.
Mr. Foulon is also the I.T. Co-Sector Chief at InfraGardNCR, a Career Coach/Speaker at CPF Consulting, as well as an Adjunct Professor at Bellevue University. He enjoys spreading knowledge and giving back to the community. This discussion had lots of helpful tips for those new to the field.
EKCEP — the Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. — operates with a mission to prepare, advance, and expand the workforce of Eastern Kentucky. EKCEP
How will your organization respond to a malware incident? Your organization has an incident response plan, and it’s updated regularly, at least annually, and when
Joel Shuler, a recent student of the Cover6 Solutions course offerings and someone who is aspiring to contribute more to developing future cybersecurity professionals. Joel has over 17 years of experience in the commercial and federal sectors.
On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2019 we chat with the consummate learning, always teaching, Founder of Cover6 Solutions, Tyrone E. Wilson
Farsight Security’s DNSDB Scout™ provides an HTML GUI on top of Farsight’s DNSDB™ API. Available as a Google Chrome Extension, DNSDB Scout empowers you to facilitate investigations using passive DNS leveraging the Farsight DNSDB.