Penetration testing is a process in which a security professional simulates an attack on a network or computer system to evaluate its security.
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Certifications can be a real boon to your career or those of your staff -- unless you fall prey to these common pitfalls.
Cloud security skills are in high demand. These certs will help you demonstrate your cloud security know-how.
Even savvy dark web denizens sometimes fail to cover their tracks.
The FIDO Alliance is an industry association that promotes the use of public-key cryptography to bring strong authentication to the web.
OSINT is the practice of collecting information from published or otherwise publicly available sources.
HITRUST aims to help users get ready for compliance with a wide variety of security rule sets at once. It's not cheap, but it could save time and effort.
SOAR platforms coordinate information produced by a wide range of security tools and automate much of their analysis and protective responses.
You’ll need the right attitude and the right hard and soft skills to feel like a winner in your software development career.
Certified Information Systems Security Professional is a certification for advanced IT professionals who want to demonstrate that they can design, implement, and manage an enterprise cybersecurity program.
Cryptography is the science of keeping information secret and safe by transforming it into form that unintended recipients cannot understand.
GitOps applies the same techniques to deploying infrastructure as devops and CI/CD use to deploy applications.
Jamstack combines modern devops-inspired development philosophies with old-school static HTML pages to allow developers to build fast websites faster.
Whitelisting is a cyber security strategy under which a user can only take actions on their computer that an administrator has explicitly allowed in advance.
Vishing (voice phishing) is a form of attack that attempts to trick victims into giving up sensitive personal information over the phone.