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Jan 7

Top Skills Needed for IT Security Jobs

January 7th, 2016 by

IT EngineersIf your business offers IT security jobs and needs to find candidates to fill them, you have several options available to you. First, you can recruit outside candidates with the right skill set for your available positions. Second, you can train existing personnel so that they are prepared to take over any given role.[...] Read More

Dec 7

Joy of the Week: Discounted Books

December 7th, 2015 by

Stack of books[...] Read More

Apr 29

Security Awareness: Strengthening The Weakest Link

April 29th, 2014 by

Security AwarenessYour defense-in-depth information security strategy is defined and implemented. You’ve set up firewalls, honeypots, encryption and antivirus. Your user security is granular, restrictive and multifactor. But no matter how many technology solutions are in place, the human element can always provide an opening for cyber-criminals.[...] Read More

Oct 18

Benefits of IT Security Training

October 18th, 2013 by

As companies are becoming more and more dependent on computers, it is imperative that companies maintain excellent security mechanisms to counter attacks. What is more worrying is that threats are becoming increasingly complex, and malicious attackers are also becoming more sophisticated. This is why companies must also update their security systems periodically. However, even though the company may have excellent security systems in place, employees are usually not aware of information and computer security principles or how their carelessness can leave the company’s IT infrastructure vulnerable to attacks.[...] Read More

Nov 9

Joy of the Week:Are You Still Paying A Handful of Dollars for Your Books?

November 9th, 2010 by

Pen on the big book webWhile driving home from my Security Awareness class, a banner outside a nearby thrift store grabbed my attention. The store offered paperback books for only $0.25 and hardcover books for $1.[...] Read More

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