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6 steps to IoT disaster
By: Joeri Jungschlager
May 5, 2019

So IoT is that buzzword used for prototyping, new technologies like ultra narrowband & updated machine2machine communication. There are a lot of good developments out there but there are also people, mainly consultants really comfortable with what they did. Resulting in cybersecurity disasters for operational technology. And a couple of questions cannot seem to be answered by people stuck ...

The State of Machine Learning in 2019
By: purvikshah
May 3, 2019

This blog originally appeared on the Cisco Security Blog, reprinted with permission Original Author : TK Keanini Here we are, almost four whole months into 2019 and machine learning and artificial intelligence are still hot topics in the security world. Or at least that was the impression I had. Our 2019 CISO Benchmark Report ...

Wanacry Ransomware analysis: detecting malicious network indicator and memory strings
By: Shaquib Izhar
May 3, 2019

In this post i will try to analyse wannacry Ransomware , i will try to do behavior analysis and will see what malicious network indicators we are getting , what command is it executing. Getting the binary  Downloading the Ransomware binary file from thezoo   , this repository ...

CISA vs CISM vs CISSP Certification: What Are the Differences and Which One Is Best For Me?
By: eshabarot
May 2, 2019

These abbreviations might puzzle your mind and also the definitions sound similar to one another. But if you look deeper you will actually find the difference from one another. Aspirants often confuse CISA, CISM, and CISSP from one another and take them as the same thing; however that not accurate. While CISA is pursued by ...

How to Make Your CSO delighted with Your Open Source choices
By: limor2019
May 2, 2019

  Choosing the right open source component It is almost impossible to find developers that do not use open source (or OS) components in their software. According to a report made last year by Synopsis , out of the 1,100 code bases that were audited in 2017, 96% contained OS ...

Under Qualified OR Over Qualified ? What Should I Do ?
By: WhiteHat4Ever
May 1, 2019

The interviewing process can often "feel like a job" within itself as the amount of time spent on interviews and searches can easily surpass forty hours a week. The field of cybersecurity is very high demand for EXPERIENCED professionals so the demand can create a dual sided coin of the field. The demand for experienced professionals places an emphasis ...

Wireless Access Points - Info Gathering and Impersonation
By: kenunderhill
April 29, 2019

PII Gathering A false access point, or fake WAP, is a passive information-gathering technique used by malicious hackers and cybersecurity professionals. The basic idea is a wireless access point that is designed to lure users and ...

Find out how fast your password can be hacked this World Password Day 2019!
By: purvikshah
April 26, 2019

The post originally appeared on the Thycotic blog! Check it out here Interested in learning how a password is cracked? The Collection 1 Data Breach saw over 1 billion unique email addresses and passwords exposed. So how did they get their hands on them in the first place?This World Password Day 2019 step into the world of a ...

Steps I Took to Pass the CompTIA Security+ Exam
By: sh0m3r
April 24, 2019

Introduction Hello friends. I wanted to share about my recent passing of the CompTIA Security+ certification exam and what I did in preparation.But before I do, I want to share some of my background to give you an idea of where I was coming from:I had approximately 2 years of IT work experience with about ...

Cybrary and CSFI Announce Strategic Alliance to Expand Training and Career Guidance Offerings to Cyber Warfare Professionals
By: SLWelty
April 15, 2019

The DC-based non-profit’s strategic alliance will provide CSFI members access to the web’s largest cybersecurity training and career development platform College Park, MD - April 15, 2019 - The Cybersecurity Forum Initiative (CSFI) , a non-profit providing cyber warfare awareness, guidance, and security solutions through collaboration, education, volunteer work, and training, today announced a new ...