Dec
07
This is a new series of articles that will cover the complete penetration testing methodology based largely on case studies of previous hacks. These articles will cover initial reconnaissance, picking an attack vector, gaining a foothold, maintaining presence, lateral movement, and finally going after the prize. A guide to Open Source Intelligence One of the main case studies these articles will borrow from is the APT1 report published by Mandiant in 2013. Though the report focuses on a... Read More
Dec
03
Modern businesses face critical risks from cyber security threats such as phishing, malware and ransomware. Organizations must train employees to detect, respond, manage, and thwart cyber attacks. Cybersecurity awareness training plays a critical role in building a resilient enterprise security infrastructure. Non-technical employees are often the first line of defense for organizations looking to thwart cyber security breaches. Yet, security training is often exclusively confined to... Read More
Dec
01
Phishing attacks have been a nuisance for the IT industry for a long time. As the holiday season approaches, organizations must focus their efforts on raising cyber security awareness to counter the effects of social engineering. Every day, cyber criminals find new ways to cheat individuals and businesses online. Whether it’s credential theft, ransomware or corporate espionage, new technologies make it increasingly easy for cyber criminals to disrupt our daily lives. Phishing continues to do... Read More
Nov
27
Networking is a fundamental part of IT management as businesses depend on technology to maintain relevance and growth. With IT networking jobs projected to see a 5% increase or higher for at least the next 10 years, professionals can always expect a wide variety of opportunities to pursue with the right certifications under their belt. Check out three new courses from INE's Networking experts Keith Bogart and Brian McGahan. These courses cover necessary skills needed to master the CCNP Data... Read More
Nov
20
Red team tactics are at the heart of cyber security with organizations around the world offering rewarding, high-salary careers to ethical hackers who understand the importance of penetration testing. No matter where you’re at in your InfoSec journey, there’s an INE cyber security learning path for you. Here’s a look at our red team training, all included with your Cyber Security subscription. Read More
Nov
19
What is Malware Analysis? Malware analysis is the art of dissecting malicious software with the objective of answering three core questions: Read More
Nov
18
Part 1: Finding the Answers On Your Own INE’s on-demand Data Science courses are far easier on your budget than those of a conventional coding bootcamp, let alone an accredited computer science degree. Like other technical career preparation courses, you’ll get plenty of opportunities to practice. There’s no other way to become a professional.  Read More
Nov
13
This week, prepare for your AZ-204 certification exam with two new development courses from INE instructor and Azure expert Tracy Wallace. Part of our Azure Developer Associate learning path, these courses give you the foundational knowledge to take on the exam with confidence.  Read More
Nov
11
What are INE Tasks for Azure? Learning requires hands-on practice. It is a simple rule, and one I am happy to say we at INE support with our Azure cloud content. We now have hundreds of hands-on tasks that you can work on while completing your Azure courses and learning paths. Read More
Nov
04
HONEST Security’s Amber Holcomb discusses innovations in Internet of Things connected devices and how to keep IoT safe from cyber criminals. Amber Holcomb is Director of Operations at HONEST Security. She is passionate about encouraging and supporting young women in STEM and empowering women in the tech industry.  Read More

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