Category Archives: Certification

Secure your Enterprise Identities in the Cloud with Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 Identity Security

Secure your Enterprise Identities in the Cloud with Microsoft 365 Microsoft 365 was recently announced as Microsoft’s new, all-encompassing suite of cloud solutions. There are different licenses available, but today I want to focus on Microsoft 365 Enterprise which integrates Office 365 Enterprise, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Enterprise Mobility +… Read more »

Get College Credits for your Cyber Security Training

college credits for cyber security training

Get College Credits for your Cyber Security Training According to ISACA, there will be a global shortage of two million cyber security professionals by 2019. Meanwhile, cloud security firm CloudPassage found that only one in the top 36 computer science programs in the United States requires a security course for… Read more »

Why Train Employees in Cyber Security?

train employees in cyber security

Why Train Employees in Cyber Security? Cyber security is often an afterthought for businesses, and this can be detrimental. Many companies don’t provide cyber security awareness training to employees, nor their IT teams in the technical aspects. Those that do, rarely follow up that training going forward. Cyber security is… Read more »

YouTube Cyber Security Questions Answered: “Should I take CEH or OSCP first? What about CISSP?”

YouTube Cyber Security Questions

YouTube Cyber Security Questions Answered: “Should I take CEH or OSCP first? What about CISSP?” Our YouTube viewers are often actively working towards cyber security expertise and have great questions for us! Upon answering a question last week, I decided it may be nice to go into depth with some… Read more »

Hacking History: The Mentor and The Hacker Manifesto

The Mentor and The Hacker Manifesto

Hacking History: The Mentor and The Hacker Manifesto Loyd “The Mentor” Blankenship was a second-generation Legion of Doom hacker, riding the BBS wave and hacking the telephone networks along with every other 1980’s hacker. Much like other Generation X hackers, Blankenship was very young (in high school) and didn’t respond… Read more »

How to become a Cyber Security Expert

How to become a Cyber Security Expert The cyber security job market is severely lacking in qualified applicants. Our mission is to help fill this skills-gap with quality cyber security training for recognized certifications as well as up-to-date threats and defense techniques. It is clear, however, that certifications are not… Read more »

Train-Up or Hire-In? The Pros and Cons of IT Security Training

training or hiring

Train-Up or Hire-In? The Pros and Cons of IT Security Training Whether you’ve been hit with an attack, or are just seeing all the breaches happening in the news daily, you may be concerned that your security tools are just not going to cut it anymore. Along with data security… Read more »

How to become a CISO

CISO

How to become a CISO Browse our course library and get your career path started today! What is a CISO? CISO stands for Chief Information Security Officer. The CISO is part of a company’s C-suite, or senior-level executive board. CISOs are expected to focus on the maturity level of the… Read more »

Cyber Security: Still among the Biggest Challenges for Businesses

business challenges

Cyber Security: Still among the Biggest Challenges for Businesses The cyber landscape is becoming increasingly complex and concerning for businesses. Many are at a loss as to what to do. Many large corporations, government agencies and other institutions (especially in the health care and financial sectors) have been targets of… Read more »

Hacking History: LOD vs. MOD Part 2 [The Hacker Gang War]

Legion of Doom Masters of Deception

Hacking History: LOD vs. MOD Part 2 [The Hacker Gang War] Last week, I started the story of two of the most infamous hacker gangs of the 1980’s: the Legion of Doom and the Masters of Deception. The second part of this story gets a bit more ambiguous, considering the… Read more »