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What is the IoT?

Have you ever felt so bombarded and overwhelmed by gadgets, devices, and computers that you felt like you wanted to just “unplug” from the world for a moment? Well, nowadays, if you want to do that, it may take more effort than it did in the past,

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State of the Market: The SOC Analyst Career Track

So you want to be a security operations center (SOC) analyst. At the very least you’re considering the role — you’ve seen the data about emerging cybersecurity skills gaps, you want to know more about defending networks against cyber attacks and you’re willing to take on the

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UNM4SK3D: IoT, Yahoo!, and Microsoft

UNM4SK3D: IoT, Yahoo!, and Microsoft

#DNS Someone was really craving fish. That’s the only logical explanation for why an unnamed university’s vending machines and other IoT devices were making seafood-related DNS requests every 15 minutes. This case, which comes from Verizon’s recently released Data Breach Digest is just one of 16 cautionary

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A Report on Reports: Briefing on the State of Security

A Report on Reports: Briefing on the State of Security

Many of you are probably aware that RSA is currently taking place. Having fomo like me? Twitter is a lifesaver if you are. Still, it’s hard to stay updated on all the juicy things being discussed there. Some of the major topics I’ve come across are: artificial

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The Future of Programming – It’s where the Money is!

The Future of Programming – It’s where the Money is!

According to a 2015 report from Burning Glass; there were almost 7 million job openings that required coding skills, and programming jobs are growing 12% quicker than average. But, the most important fact we can take away from this report is: fully 50% of programming jobs are

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What’s the deal with IPV6?

What’s the deal with IPV6?

Not long after the Internet and World Wide Web were unleashed on the public, plans were already underway to increase the potential pool of IP addresses available for allocation. The version of the IP protocol standard most in use today, IPv4, was released way back in 1981

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Anatomy of a DDoS Attack

Anatomy of a DDoS Attack

Friday morning October 21, 2016 didn’t get off to a good start for me. Shortly before 9 am EDT I was attempting to make an online purchase using PayPal as my payment processor of choice. When I clicked the “Submit” link (the button graphic wasn’t displaying), my

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Tradecraft Tuesday – IoT Worm Casestudy

What is Tradecraft Tuesday? Every Tuesday at 12pm ET, Chris Bisnett and Kyle Hanslovan expose the techniques used by hackers. With their 20 combined years in offensive cyber security and digital forensics, Chris and Kyle cover a new topic each week in a LIVE video chat. These unrehearsed conversations allow

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