Monthly Archives: January 2017

#CyberHeadlines: Kaspersky Lab Researcher Charged with Treason

#CyberHeadlines

#CyberHeadlines: Kaspersky Lab Researcher Charged with Treason Last week, Kaspersky Lab came forward, admitting that one of its investigators was- in-fact- arrested in Russia last month (December). Kaspersky issued a statement that the investigator was being tried for investigations taking place before his employment with Kaspersky Lab, and that the… Read more »

Hacking History: The Enigma Machine

Enigma Machine

Hacking History: The Enigma Machine While this series is to be (mainly) about the figures who paved the way for hackers’ futures; the enigma machine requires a post of its own due to its sordid past. Aside from the Enigma Machine being a devise used for Nazi communication during World… Read more »

5 Steps to Increase Your Cyber Security Awareness

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5 Steps to Increase Your Cyber Security Awareness Many people want to increase their cyber security awareness, but are at a loss as to how or what to do about it. Our classes, at CyberTraining 365, have more of a technical bent toward very technical certifications, but it doesn’t require… Read more »

Women in Tech: Cyber Security- Ravila White

Women in Tech Women in Cyber Security

Women in Tech: Cyber Security- Ravila White As an educational service, we have been very interested in how to help correct the gender disparity associated with the tech industry, specifically in cyber security. To get a better understanding, we decided to interview some of the top, expert women in cyber… Read more »

Hacking History: Nevil Maskelyne

Nevile Maskelyne

Hacking History: Nevil Maskelyne   We associate hackers with the most modern technologies, espionage and internet warfare, but hacking began long before the home computer was even conceptualized. You may have heard of the inventor and electrical engineer Guglielmo Marconi. As the inventor of the wireless radio, he was a… Read more »