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Hacking History: Rene Carmille

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Hacking History: Rene Carmille Moving away from Poland and England, there are still historical hackers to be found throughout WWII. One of the greatest heroes of the war was Rene Carmille, French Army General Comptroller. Rene Carmille is often also credited as “the first hacker” for his work, defying the… Read more »

#CyberHeadlines: Russian Cyber Pros and Trump’s Hacker Army

#CyberHeadlines: Russian Cyber Pros and Trump’s Hacker Army Russia claims to have stopped a cyber attack from a foreign spy service Russia’s Federal Security Service made a public statement on Friday that they had halted an attack meant to be carried out on Dec. 5th against a number of major… Read more »

Cyber Threats: Ransomware

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Cyber Threats: Ransomware In October 2016, I attended a SecureWorld conference in Bellevue, WA. The hot topic of the event? Ransomware. I realized that I had left ransomware out of my cyber threats series, hence this post. This one is going to be a bit different, however. I’ll be giving… Read more »

Cyber Headlines: Hacking Medical Devices

Cyber Headlines: Hacking Medical Devices In the ever-changing landscape of Cybersecurity, it’s hard to keep up sometimes. Luckily, we’re here to keep you in the loop with all the current white-hat, grey-hat and black-hat hacker news of the day. As I was traveling, Dennis Skarr stepped in solo, with the… Read more »

CyberSecurity Headlines: Hack the Pentagon, North Korea and Pokemon Go

CyberSecurity Headlines: Hack the Pentagon, North Korea’s Cyber Army and Pokemon Go In the ever-changing landscape of CyberSecurity, it’s hard to keep up sometimes. Luckily, we’re here to keep you in the loop with all the current white-hat, grey-hat and black-hat hacker news of the day. Today, I sit down… Read more »

Cyber Threats: Spear Phishing Attack

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  Cyber Threats: Spear Phishing Attack A Spear phishing attack is among the most popular entry points of cybersecurity breaches. According to a report from Trend Micro, 91% of cyberattacks are initiated by a spear phishing email. A spear phishing attack requires advanced hacking skills and are very hard to detect because… Read more »

Protected: CounterTack Partnership Announcement

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NICE Compliant Courses

CyberTraining 365 is an all-encompassing, cybersecurity, e-learning platform with dozens of courses for certification prep as well as keeping up with current trends in the field. Recently, many courses on CyberTraining 365 have been recognized by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) and the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers… Read more »

What is CyberTraining 365?

As we all know the number of cyber attacks has grown every year and in 2015 alone hundreds of companies lost over $575 billion due to these hack attacks. Now, more than ever, companies and government organizations are desperate to protect their infrastructure and applications against additional attacks. The influx… Read more »

ATM Malware Discussion with Daniel Regalado (Author: Gray Hat Hacking)

Video Post: In this Vlog Bally, CTO Cyber Security Think Tank, has a discussion with Daniel Regalado, author of Gray Hat Hacking, around different tools and practices hackers use to break into ATMs. Daniel talks about hackers working with crooked bank employees and installing malware like Ploutus to get money out of… Read more »