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The Importance of “Getting Your Hands Dirty” Getting Hands-On Experience with Cybersecurity Labs A lot of eLearning platforms focus on theory, conceptual concepts, and general principles. While this is an important perspective, content is best learned with an additional hands-on aspect. In the cybersecurity field, especially, it is critical to get one’s hands “dirty.”  Hands-on […]

Jun 13, 2019

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The Empire State Strikes Back: New Push for Privacy and Data Regulation Rising Regulations The past few years have seen a rapid rise in government regulation related to how companies handle customer data and report data breaches. In Europe, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has come into effect, instituting some of the […]

Jun 12, 2019

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Network protocols are a set of rules that establish  how network devices process information and communicate. They are crucial to how devices communicate and function. One of the most important network protocols is NTP, or Network Time Protocol.  NTP The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems over [...]

Jun 05, 2019

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Student Spotlight: Javier Aparicio, Security+ Installation Geographic Information Officer (GIO)/GIS Technician, Organization: Air National Guard Welcome to CyberVista’s Student Spotlight Series. We regularly keep in touch with our alumni and highlight their experiences using the CyberVista system. Our latest installment features an interview with Javier Aparicio, an Installation GIO/GIS Technician with the Air National Guard. [...]

May 30, 2019

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QTNA: Command Injection In CyberVista’s Questions That Need Answers (QTNA) video series, we tackle some of the most testable and important cybersecurity questions on a weekly basis. In this week’s QTNA, we look at command injection. Here we go…

May 29, 2019

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Lock Them Up! The Coming Congressional Crackdown on Executives That Mishandle Hacks Last month, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren wrote a notable op-ed in the Washington Post about corporate malfeasance. Warren began by singling out Wells Fargo for a series of scams, including opening phony bank accounts, overcharging customers for car loans and mortgages, and illegally […]

May 28, 2019

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Top 5 Training Challenges Cyber Leaders Face Cybersecurity leaders today face a host of critical challenges, but cyber talent increasingly tops that list.  The prevalence of cybersecurity threats in itself is a daily battle, but it’s even worse with limited talent supplies and high attrition rates. The most innovative organizations are tackling these challenges in […]

May 23, 2019

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CyberVista + Dell: A New Model of Cyber Workforce Development No one in cybersecurity enjoys the hiring process. Employers with countless open positions to fill are faced with dozens of resumes filled with certifications but little tangible evidence of being qualified to perform the job. Candidates are frustrated because they’ve invested time and money in […]

May 16, 2019

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QTNA: CIDR In CyberVista’s Questions That Need Answers (QTNA) video series, we tackle some of the most testable and important cybersecurity questions on a weekly basis. In this week’s QTNA, we tackle a question on CIDR. Here we go…

May 15, 2019

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Cyber Risks: Bigger, Brighter Spotlights on U.S. Boards The board of directors is the pinnacle of an organization. It guides the strategic direction of an organization and provides needed governance and oversight for executive leadership. As the number of massive data breaches have increased significantly in recent years, boards have increasingly faced scrutiny over their […]

May 14, 2019

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