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Jul 23

Nurture Talent Through Business IT Training

July 23rd, 2015 by

IT Security TrainingBusiness IT Training programs come in a variety of formats and subjects and can greatly boost staff performance. Many businesses mistakenly believe that ongoing training isn’t a necessity for current employees. In reality, that is far from true, especially in rapidly changing fields.[...] Read More

Oct 31

Overcome Internal Threats with Security Awareness Training

October 31st, 2014 by

Security Awareness TrainingThink your biggest security threat comes from some ill-defined external source? In reality, the most significant risks originate with simple, avoidable mistakes. The staff you trust to handle your data and deal with your clients’ vital private information on a daily basis may simply lack the understanding to know they’re contributing to vulnerabilities.[...] Read More

Sep 29

Security Awareness Training is Vital for Successful Business Security

September 29th, 2014 by

Security Awareness TrainingTechnology has become an essential component in many businesses. Tasks that were unimaginable just a few years ago are now easily handled by technology.[...] Read More

Dec 17

The Frightening Risk Hiding In Your Business

December 17th, 2013 by

In 2014, IT security breaches will continue to rise. Expect security to play an even bigger role in information technology.[...] Read More

Oct 7

IT Security—Then And Now

October 7th, 2013 by

As information technology (IT) infrastructures migrate to cloud-based technology on a revolutionary scale, it is no surprise that the latest trends for IT security involve the cloud, mobile computing, social networking, and data mining.[...] Read More

Aug 28

The Importance of Having a Certified Information Security Manager

August 28th, 2013 by

Late last year, it was reported that several banks’ websites have come under attack by an unknown cyber group, thus crippling services and earning the ire of hundreds of customers. Bank customers were unable to log on to their accounts and were instead given outage messages. This, in turn, led to the sending of numerous complaints which disrupted bank and bandwidth operations. What is more shocking is that these hackers were able to disrupt the online operations of financial institutions like Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America. The Wall Street Journal even noted that Wells Fargo rarely encounters problems with its website, thereby underscoring the significance of the online attack. This just goes to show that public and private establishments must have a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) who will oversee this important part of the business.[...] Read More

Aug 23

Why Hacking Forensics Has Become Valuable Today

August 23rd, 2013 by

In March 2012, six hackers in the US and abroad, who identified themselves as members of the notorious computer hacker group “Anonymous,” were charged with computer hacking and other related crimes, which have affected more than one million people. Cyber-attacks initiated by these hackers included breaking into computer systems, stealing confidential information and publicly disclosing them, hijacking the e-mail and Twitter accounts of people, and defacing Internet websites.[...] Read More

Aug 21

CompTIA Security+ Training Course

August 21st, 2013 by

Security Awareness TrainingThe CompTIA Security+ course is an instructor-led, five-day course that prepares students  for the CompTIA Security+ Certification examination.[...] Read More

Aug 14

The Importance of Becoming a Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator

August 14th, 2013 by

The internet is a great tool for research, social networking and even business. Thanks to the wide range of rapid innovations, there are more opportunities than ever for people to connect. Along with the ability to connect people across the world, there are also increased numbers of predators looking to participate in a variety of cyber crimes. Due in part to the increase in online crime, several new programs have been created to meet the demands of existing as well as newly created net-based security forces.[...] Read More

Aug 12

Why You Should Become a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)

August 12th, 2013 by

Many highly reputable companies today are requiring the services of a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) to ensure that only the highest standards of information technology and business systems are used. As an Information Systems (IS) auditor, your job includes auditing, controlling, monitoring, and assessing these systems.  Without the CISA qualification, your credentials may be questioned by your employer. This is because many enterprises today have learned the benefits of hiring only those who have received the necessary education and training to earn the CISA certification.[...] Read More