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Why Cyber Security is Hard to Learn

There’s a lot of people asking how important it is to learn programming for cyber security, and the lawyerly answer is, well it depends. Because just starting off, there’s many roles that don’t really require you to code, and based on how advanced you want to get, programming may or may not be all that

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Life of a SOC Lead

Alberto: I built my dream home lab here at the house for $800. And that was it. That was my budget. With $800, I was able to build a great small server about the size of a shoe box so I’m able to virtualize 10 virtual machines any moment in time. I’m not asking every

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How To Deal With Arrogant People in Cyber Security

There’s a lot of strong personalities in cyber security, which often means people who are a bit arrogant, obnoxious, and elitist because of their self-perceived level of skill or knowledge. All you have to do is read through some mailing lists, forum threads, or chat rooms to find some heated argument laced with insults and

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Mask Your Emails with SimpleLogin

Ricky: So today, I’m going to be interviewing Son Nguyen, the founder of the masked email service simplelogin.io. In a previous video on why you should use a different email address for every account, we showcased AnonAddy, and how you can use it to secure your online privacy and personal cybersecurity. SimpleLogin is an alternative

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Life of a DevSecOps Engineer

Russ: I love how marketing people paint what we do as magic. We’re not magicians, we’re not wizards, okay? So, for instance, the concept of “self-healing” that just really means you’re restarting a service, ladies and gentlemen, that’s it. Let’s turn it off and on again. That’s literally what we’re doing, except we’re doing that

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How to Fail a Cybersecurity Interview

I had a lot of great takeaways in my recent interview with Stephen Semmelroth on how to pass a cybersecurity interview and turned them into some reasons why people might fail, since having a list of not-to-dos can be just as helpful as a list of things you should do. So the first way to

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Cyber Defense Tips to Rival the NSA

Progress in cyber security comes from one big hack to the next, with two of the most recent high-profile incidents starring Fireeye and Solarwinds, with one having their red team tools pilfered and the other being co-opted as part of a supply-chain attack targeting their customers. In these instances, it’s always easy for people to

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Why VPNs are a WASTE of Your Money (usually…)

Have you ever wondered if VPNs… Really do much for your privacy and security? You see I’ve been using VPNs for a long time. Mostly to hide my IP address from the ISP so they wouldn’t send my parents angry letters about my internet usage. Sometimes I’d sign into sketchy Wi-Fi and wanted to double

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BEST ANTIVIRUS for Windows 10 in 2021 | Top 5 antivirus picks

– If you’re wondering what the best antivirus for windows 10 is this year? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome, with the ever-growing threat of computer viruses, a strong antivirus is an essential and it should never just be an afterthought. So that’s why today we’re gonna talk about reputable anti-virus picks that

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