October 2: Securily backup your data
October 3: Mobile device security basics
October 4: How to know if you can trust mobile apps.
October 5: How do you know when it's time to change your password?
October 6: How to create strong passwords
October 7: Better account security with multi-factor authentication
October 8: Enable two-factor authentication but don't lose access to your accounts
October 9: Understanding HTTPS
October 10: How a VPN increases privacy and security
October 11: Don't be fooled, nothing is unhackable
October 14: Tech support scams - what you need to know
October 15: Remove unused and unnecessary software
First draft of the Grim Spider navigator layer, based mostly on a CrowStrike report: https://mitre-attack.github.io/attack-navigator/enterprise/#layerURL=https://pastebin.com/raw/ZjVKqMPS
Has anyone considered the possibility that the reason cybersecurity is so overwhelming, with all the zero days and named vulnerabilities, is because we're actually up against a massive organized adversary that coordinates this constant bombardment as a distraction from their actual covert activities? Or am I being paranoid and the chaos theory is the simplest explanation?
Webcast by SANS: Dominating the Active Directory
Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019 at 3:30 PM EDT (19:30:00 UTC)