Cybersecurity Blog | Cover6 Solutions

The Cover6 Solutions' blog provides the latest information security news and hands-on cybersecurity tutorials from seasoned professionals.

Cybersecurity Risks in Healthcare

In the last few years, IT security incidents and hacking are increasing steadily, and many healthcare organizations have struggled to defend their network perimeter and keep cybercriminals at bay.

Webinar: Developing your Cyber Career Action Plan

It gives you a structured framework for exploring your interest in cyber, researching cyber positions, learning about cyber policies and standards, learning cyber tools, obtaining cyber / IT certifications, as well as applying for cyber jobs.

Identifying your Dream Job

Before I start to help, I always like to ask them this question; What is your dream job? I ask this because no matter how much I would want it to be, I understand #Cyber may not be for everyone.

Webinar: Human Factors in Cybersecurity

Human error is the primary contributing factor that leads to malicious activity in cybersecurity. Other domains such as aviation, healthcare, and nuclear power have capitalized on human factors.

Webinar: SOC Analyst Fundamentals

When most people hear “hacking,” they think of offensive tools and software. Still, defensive tools play a big part in incident prevention, handling, response/recovery, and forensics.

Webinar: Web Application Testing

Web applications provide a vulnerable window into private enterprises. These applications often process and use poorly validated input. This presentation discusses methodologies to identify and exploit such vulnerabilities within the apps.

Virtual Training – CISSP Review

We understand that this certification is an advanced one to study for, so we’d like to provide you with all the help that we can. Our FREE virtual training will help you gain familiarity with key terms, and you will have the opportunity to ask Donald Parker any CISSP questions that you have.

Buffer Overflows w/ Arash Parsa

Having a clear understanding of buffer overflows requires lots of devotion, time, and effort. It shows that you have a passion for information security and is a sure fire way to land a great job.