Free summit geared to new people to the #infosec #cybersecurity field coming in April from SANS:
The holiday season is over, and so are the competition portions of the Holiday CTFs. This year I did
Advent of Cyber and
. Here is a brief overview and rating of both.
So, while reading a book called Sandworm, I have been noticing things: https://www.siliconshecky.com/solarwinds-sunburst-havent-we-been-here-before/
New Blog Post:
The One About Chained Exploits and Pentest Results
New Blog Post: My experience taking a SANS class and going through a GIAC certification:
Fantastic Guide to the E5 tier of Microsoft.
The 2020 DFIR Summit is Live, Online and FREE! Register now. If you’re interested in computer forensics, you don’t want to miss this!
Thu, Jul 16 - Sat, Jul 25, 2020 @SANSInstitute https://www.sans.org/event/digital-forensics-summit-2020
Every company, every piece of software has security issues. The making of a good company IMHO is how they react to finding out about these issues? Do they try to keep them quiet, do they try to fix them immediately, do they go after people who find the issues?
Security is NOT a destination, it is a process.
Zoom, the product that not only has divided the Security field to a degree, but has made us the NO people again. Honestly, if it is used for non-confidential stuff I think it is fine. Plus the company has been responsive to us.
Hey infosec people and hackers. If you have any interest in attending a virtual con on Sunday (9AM-6PM Central US Time.) there's Pancakes con. There are two tracks you can sign up for. https://tisiphone.net/2020/03/15/pancakescon-2020-quarantine-edition/
It is that time of year, and here is the latest Buzzword Bingo information!
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