Girls can do IT better website wants to encourage girls interested in joining Information Technology, specifically the Cyber Security field. Coming soon…
SANS Security Awareness Video of the Month: (EndUser Browsing Safety)
Everybody should follow these important tips. Protect your data!
This happened through social media in January 2018…
Did you really believe a stranger is attracted at you only by looking at your pictures? Tells you that you are beautiful, the wife died, is taking care of business and is making ALLOT of money in it?
Clearly, it is a BAD GUY looking for a victim posing as a lonely and a rich widow ….. Also, look at the errors in grammar! Allot, yu….. Really?
Even though this was published a year ago, I would like to share with you this important OUCH Security Awareness Newsletter by SANS Securing the Human. It talks about what’s Social Engineering, how to detect it and what you can do to stop this kind of attack.
Hi Friends! Definitely the bad guys are not going to stop. As you may know, Equifax (a consumer credit reporting agency), was hacked and our personal information unfortunately was compromised. What can we do?… The following link, by SANS Security Awareness, will provide valuable tips and information.
There’s a SANS training called Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling in Columbus, Ohio!!! Don’t miss the opportunity to register!
You can find more information about this training and others at:
I passed the GIAC Information Security Fundamentals certification!!!
Palo Alto Networks will collaborate with the Girl Scouts to deliver Girl Scout Cybersecurity badges throughout the United States.
According to Keith Palmgren (Senior SANS Instructor), Brute Force attack simply guesses every possible crypto key until eventually one of them work. In other words, it doesn’t matter if it’s today or in the future the Brute Force attack will ALWAYS work. Are we ready to fight this attack?