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How a History Major Passed the CISSP Exam in 7 Months

How a History Major Passed the CISSP Exam in 7 Months So Hash Value Doesn’t Mean the Value of Your...Hash? Seven months ago I thought a pen tester was a person hired by pen manufacturers to test the functionality of their products before they were boxed and shipped out to customers. Seven months ago I didn’t know [...]
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Mar 30, 2017

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Privacy Officers: Protecting Sensitive Data

Privacy Officers: Protecting Sensitive Data As companies rely upon data to drive their businesses, protecting the confidentiality of that data is paramount to stakeholder and customer satisfaction and trust. The privacy officers, charged with protecting sensitive data are strategically important assets for [...]
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Mar 27, 2017

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Land of Questions and Honey: Honeypots

Land of Questions and Honey IT’S A TRAP Jung Lee, CyberVista Head of Certification Training Programs
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Mar 23, 2017

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Top 5 Cyber Priorities for the Discerning CTO

Top 5 Cyber Priorities for the Discerning CTO A Chief Technology Officer (CTO) is responsible for overseeing all technical aspects of an organization – including technology and oftentimes security teams. As the leader and representative of all things digital and technical, the CTO should champion identifying and [...]
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Mar 21, 2017

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Celebrating Women in Tech

Celebrating Women in Tech Okay, Ladies, Now Let’s Get Affirmation Since 1987, every March, the United States celebrates Women’s History Month. Schoolchildren around the country learn the stories of the pioneering women who fought for suffrage, led civil rights movements, and overcame incredible odds to accomplish [...]
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Mar 16, 2017

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No Objections

No Objections Why General Counsels need to be at the head of the cybersecurity table – in planning and in crisis. One of Shakespeare’s most famous quips comes from a Butcher in Henry VI: “The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers.” But Shakespeare wrote this well before the digital age. When it comes to [...]
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Mar 14, 2017

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Gaming your Cyber Career

Gaming Your Cyber Career CISA. CISM. CISSP. CEHv8. GSEC. OSCP. Just to list a few. If you’re a cybersecurity practitioner (or looking to become one) you know these token-like random character strings are actually various cybersecurity certifications. Cyber certs can open doors to new jobs and pay grades, but OMG [...]
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Mar 9, 2017

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Magic eight ball says cyber outlook is good

Magic Eight Ball Says Cyber Outlook Is Good Join CyberVista plus Top Cybersecurity Investors, Analysts, and Industry Professionals at the Cyber Investing Summit May 23, 2017
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Mar 7, 2017

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Name That Domain: Amazon Web Service Outage Slows Down Internet

This post is part of a series in which we pull security stories right from the headlines and discuss their relevance to the eight domains of the CISSP® exam. Amazon Web Service Outage Slows Down Internet Playback Issues Some of our students enrolled in our CISSP training program couldn’t access their short, [...]
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Mar 2, 2017

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23 NYCRR 500: It’s Opening Day, But Who is Ready to Play Ball?

23 NYCRR 500: Opening Day It’s March 1st, and a long-anticipated and new set of cybersecurity standards of New York Department of Financial Services’ 23 NYCRR 500 begins to take effect starting today. The new regulation imposes a list of requirements for entities operating in the Financial Services industry. [...]
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Mar 1, 2017

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