Blog Posts Tagged with "Training"
May 08, 2013 Added by:Lee Mangold
As security professionals, we have to understand that not everyone has a passion for security. In fact, most people don’t. Given that we know “they” don’t share our passion, and we know they are the most vulnerable attack vector, why do we continue to bore them with homogenous and irrelevant training?
April 08, 2013 Added by:Le Grecs
It's up for each organization to monitor their threats and weaknesses and use the appropriate set of controls to minimize their risk to an acceptable level. Perhaps security awareness is part of that ... perhaps it is not.
January 31, 2013 Added by:Don Eijndhoven
Cyber Ranges as these networks are now often referred to, are fun! And they’re extremely useful in developing real-world skills without disappearing behind bars. It’s not even a new idea; various militaries have been doing it for a while now...
January 24, 2013 Added by:Security BSides
The goal of Security BSides is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. The conferences create opportunities for individuals to both present and participate in an intimate atmosphere that encourages collaboration...
December 09, 2012 Added by:Steven Fox, CISSP, QSA
Hacker Halted 2012 was full of personalities; executives, technologists, students and security enthusiasts – each one with stories that fueled conversations and debate. Technical and business erudition dominated the speaker sessions and the hacking competitions...
December 02, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los
When I was asked to come out to Quebec for a conference called Hackfest.CA, I was interested because this isn't a conference I had heard of, and it wasn't on my radar. Additionally, the name suggests it's geared towards the 'hackers' and quite frankly, I'm fairly out of practice...
November 27, 2012 Added by:Chris Sistrunk
BSidesJackson was the 1st infosec conference to be held in Mississippi. I organized BSidesJackson because I believe in infosec, and I also believe that having a local infosec community is essential...no matter where you work or what type of information/networks you must protect...
October 24, 2012 Added by:Ben Rothke
The CISSP is the most popular and arguably most valuable information security certification. While SANS GIAC certifications are technically more intensive, the CISSP is the 900-pound gorilla of information security certifications. For those looking review guide, CISSP for Dummies is a worthwhile reference...
October 23, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin
"Our team is extremely pleased with the high caliber, diversity and expertise of the confirmed speakers we have secured for this event. Having such a dynamic lineup of highly respected industry professionals to share their knowledge and inspire those seeking employment..."
October 07, 2012 Added by:Philip Polstra
While ours is a friendly community, I did observe my share of bad behavior from a small minority in our community. So here is my short list of ways you can avoid being a (jerk term) at a con. If we all were to follow even these 4 simple rules the infosec world would be a better place...
October 02, 2012 Added by:Philip Polstra
As always happens in a multi-track con, I was unable to attend every talk, so don't take offense if you spoke and your talk isn't listed here. I received many good reports from my students who attended different talks. None of my students complained about any bad talks...
September 30, 2012 Added by:Fergal Glynn
From giant industry events, analyst events, regional events, hacker cons, to any kind of gathering you can think of including conferences on boats, trains, and buses. At any given time, you can find a security conference happening. What is it about the industry that loves an event?
September 27, 2012 Added by:Wendy Nather
A disturbing trend in security conferences is meta-talks that have nothing to do with pwning stuff. Burnout, sexism, career advice, economics, recruiting, food, exercise and other presentations on what's wrong with the security industry, are replacing actual knowledge transfer...
September 18, 2012 Added by:Robert M. Lee
As my perspective in infosec comes from my role as a Cyberspace Operations Officer in the Air Force, where most people say “infosec” I say “cyber” and try to speak on the broader domain impacts, deterrence, sharing threat intelligence, education, and the importance of working together...
September 18, 2012 Added by:Scot Terban
All of this will be tempered by what happens next for Dave and Chris. Will they be able to penetrate the old boy network? Will they be able to, once ensconced in the ISC(2) inner sanctum, make any kinds of change that would make the CISSP more meaningful? Time will tell my friends...
September 13, 2012 Added by:Le Grecs
The same "good 'ol boys/girls" keep returning time and time again. When their terms are up, they "sit out a year" and then the next board nominates them as one of the BoD-recommended candidates. Keeping the same old board will result in a certification that continues to be disconnected...
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