The cyber security job market globally is the fastest growing job market in the world currently. Where as IT was seen as the gem of job markets for many years (and it is still among the best), cyber security is outpacing it in growth by more than four times. Cyber security is outpacing the overall job market by more than twelve times. So yes, it’s the next wave of growth.
Our free Certified Ethical Hacker Exam Study Guide has been one of our most popular white paper and resources items on our website for years now. We wanted to keep everyone updated with the fact that we recently updated it
We have scheduled our next webinar. Its on romanHunter (ROuter MAN HUNTER). romanHunter is an open source wireless honeypot that has a number of tricks which can help you to bait and catch people attacking your network.
Christian R. Crank, a security researcher and instructor for us recently created this video on a phishing attack using Meterpreter and Ettercap. This is a lab that students perform in our Certified Ethical Hacker class. Enjoy!
EC-Council has just announced that a much overdue improvement and version upgrade to the ECSA / LPT curriculum will be coming to training centers (ours, of course, is the only one that matters) at the beginning of 2014.
Most people think of Silicon Valley as the tech capital of the world, but it's in northern Virginia nearly 3,000 miles away that many security firms and defense contractors operate. As of 2009, more than half of the world's Internet traffic passed through this region.
You can do anything you want with a new smartphone. You can shoot HD video and edit it at the same time or play the latest games. The newest models feature quad-core processors, 2 GB of memory, and 1080p displays. Unfortunately, they also feature depressingly short battery life. You can head out the door with a fully charged phone and have a paperweight by lunchtime. However, one new wireless charging technology promises to make battery life irrelevant.
Both Silent Circle and Lavabit recently shut down their encrypted email services. Lavabit was the first to take action following word that the United States government wanted data handed over that would violate customers' privacy. Ladar Levison, owner of Lavabit, said he faced the decision of complying with the government and betraying the American people or ending the email service he worked hard to build. He also said that he was legally unable to explain the events leading up to his decision due to recent laws passed by congress blocking his freedom of speech.
Across the country and around the world, cyber attackers continue to discover new and improved ways of wreaking havoc with company's business operations. Their nefarious activities are responsible for billions of dollars' worth of damages in intellectual property theft. While cyber security teams attempt to circumvent these onslaughts, increased technological advancements continue to speed up the time between perceived threat and actual intrusion. How can a business entity keep up?
If you haven't heard the Cyber Education Symposium has been announced and will be held in Arlington, VA on 11/19 - 11/20/13. The event is going to be held at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City at Reagan National Airport, the address is: