Growing Need Of Cybersecurity Professionals – An Statistical Analysis

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GO1, an enterprise learning platform, picks up $40M from Microsoft, Salesforce and more

With a large proportion of knowledge workers doing now doing their jobs from home, the need for tools to help them feel connected to their profession can be as important as tools to, more practically, keep them connected. Today, a company whose platform helps do precisely that is announcing a growth round of funding after […] Continue reading GO1, an enterprise learning platform, picks up $40M from Microsoft, Salesforce and more

From the Desk of the CEO: TrustedSec Announces Professional Training Courses Online

TrustedSec has offered customized, in-person training to our clients for several years. With the need to move toward an online platform, TrustedSec has expanded our cutting edge training to help further educate and develop the Information Security industry. These offerings are designed to be some of the most effective instructor-led and live courses available today….

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WorkClout shifts focus to manufacturing performance support and raises $2.3M seed

WorkClout, a graduate of the Y Combinator Winter 2019 cohort, announced today that it has shifted its focus from manufacturing automation to manufacturing performance support and has raised a $2.3 million seed round. The funding was led by Spider Capital with participation from Y Combinator, Liquid 2, Soma Capital, Pioneer Fund, Mehta Ventures and several […] Continue reading WorkClout shifts focus to manufacturing performance support and raises $2.3M seed

Working from Home Tips for Script Kiddies

Working from home seems like a dream. What is everyone complaining about? I can’t think of anything better than working from my couch in my hoodie and boxers. I don’t have to make small talk. I don’t have to go outside. I can just sit by myself, crank out the code, and catch up on…

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Securing a Remote Workforce: Top Five Things to Focus on For Everyone

Deploying a remote workforce is uncharted territory for some organizations, while others have been perfecting the model for years. Most security programs have different ways to handle their workforce. For on-premise users, which has traditionally used more of castle mentality where you attempt to prevent outsiders from penetrating the network perimeter (similar to a castle…

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How I Became a Security Consultant: AbsoluteAppsec Interview

Every so often, podcasts and such will invite me to speak on a variety of topics. And this week, I was very excited to join @cktricky and @sethlaw on the Absolute AppSec podcast. I have known Ken for years, and he is one of the people that I admire. So… Continue reading How I Became a Security Consultant: AbsoluteAppsec Interview

Building Blocks: Professionally Evil Fundamentals Series

We at Secure Ideas love security education. What we enjoy even more is affordable security education. So we decided to start a Professionally Evil Fundamentals Video series. These are short definition videos related to information security and penetrat… Continue reading Building Blocks: Professionally Evil Fundamentals Series

Train All the Things Contest Update

Back in January when we announced the Train All the Things contest, we weren’t sure what kind of entries we’d see. Machine learning is a huge and rapidly evolving field, after all, and the traditional barriers that computationally intensive processes face have been falling just as rapidly. Constraints are fading …read more

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Only 38% of US govt workers received ransomware prevention training

73% of government employees are concerned about impending ransomware threats to cities across the country, and more employees fear of cyberattacks to their community than natural disasters and terrorist attacks, an IBM survey has revealed. More than 10… Continue reading Only 38% of US govt workers received ransomware prevention training