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Cyber Feminist Hacker and New Course Contributor: Magda Lilia CHELLY

Cyber Feminist Hacker and New Course Contributor: Magda Lilia CHELLY

Cyber feminism, used to describe the philosophies of a contemporary feminist community whose interests are cyberspace, the Internet and technology, is most likely not a term you’ve heard too often, but it’s gaining traction thanks to women in cyber like Magda Lilia CHELLY (@responsiblecyber). Magda, who describes

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‘Silver Hats’ Off to Chris Greco and Cybrary’s First User- Generated Course

‘Silver Hats’ Off to Chris Greco and Cybrary’s First User- Generated Course

I think it’s safe for me to assume that anyone who’s the least bit familiar with cyber security has heard of Black Hat and White Hat hackers, and even those in between, the Gray Hats. I’d like to expand your cyber lexicon further and introduce you to

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Learning from Home: How to succeed at Cybrary’s Online Learning

Learning from Home: How to succeed at Cybrary’s Online Learning

Updated August 10, 2018 When taking classes to prepare for exams, there are important factors to consider. With Cybrary’s courses, much of the class material is based on watching videos. While this may be great for some people, for others it is not enough to fully grasp

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