Hello everyone. We’ve got another Boolean math session lined up for you today. This time we’re going to take a quick look at the NOT logic and examine how this one differs from the other operations. To review, Boolean math is based on a binary system… Continue reading Boolean Math (NOT Logic) – CISSP Domain 3
A little background… As I stood in front of a class of developers trying to explain cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), I knew I wasn’t conveying it well enough for a significant subset of the group. It was Autumn 2017 (not my password at the time, b… Continue reading The Death and Rebirth of Musashi.js OR How I turned personal failure into better teaching tools.
Today I wanted to start what I plan to be a small series of blog posts about LD_PRELOAD. LD_PRELOAD is related to Linux based systems and revolves around the loader system and how shared object libraries resolve linker symbols when loading a dynami… Continue reading LD_PRELOAD – Introduction
As I had mentioned previously, this year, I’m going back to school. Not to take classes but to teach a course at my alma mater, Fanshawe College. I did this about a decade ago and thought it was interesting, so I was excited to give it another go. Addi… Continue reading Lessons From Teaching Cybersecurity: Week 2
Forward When talking about a proxy or a pivot or a tunnel, we could be talking about very different things. However, to me, these terms could mean the same thing too. A proxy could be considered a pivot, especially in ‘forward proxy’ mode, when it ma… Continue reading Proxies, Pivots, and Tunnels – Oh My!
Nearly six in ten organizations have accelerated their digital transformation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an IBM study of global C-suite executives revealed. Top priorities are shifting dramatically as executives plan for an uncertain future Digital … Continue reading Inadequate skills and employee burnout are the biggest barriers to digital transformation
The benefits of cybersecurity awareness programs are currently the subject of broad discussion, particularly when it comes to phishing simulations. Nowadays, companies not only invest in IT security solutions, but also in the training of their employee… Continue reading How vital is cybersecurity awareness for a company’s overall IT security?
As I had mentioned previously, this year, I’m going back to school. Not to take classes but to teach a course at my alma mater, Fanshawe College. I did this about a decade ago and thought it was interesting, so I was excited to give it another go. Addi… Continue reading Lessons From Teaching Cybersecurity: Week 1
82% of IT leaders think their company is at a greater risk of phishing attacks, and 78% believe they are at a greater risk of an insider attack, when employees are working from home, according to a report from Tessian. The research addresses the IT and… Continue reading Permanent remote work puts greater pressure on IT teams
If you had asked 10 year old Tyler what he wanted to be when he grew up, the answer would have been a very enthusiastic, “Teacher!” Over time, however, that desire lessened as my fascination with technology grew. I ultimately ended up attending Fanshaw… Continue reading Helping Inspire the Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals