Abdul Mujeeb is a Training Operations manager at QuickStart Technologies. He has over 10+ years of managing varied domains of technical side of businesses from Implementation, Consultation, and Architecture Solutions for Startup. Apart from that he also has expertise around Security+, CEH, CCNA, Web Development, Software Development & integration, Information System, Project Manager Implementation, SQA & Architecture Development, and IT Consultation for Startups.
Information security certifications show fundamental information levels and frequently demonstrate the individual's actual potential. There are numerous information security certifications however it truly comes down to what range of abilities or course the individual needs to go. Certifications go from industry knowledge to the government or industry regulatory compliance, penetration testers to ethical hacking. A few certifications are entry-level and some require quite a while of encounters with peer references before getting certified.
Just like other fields, picking up certifications in information security can help support your career and take it to more noteworthy levels. Truly, certifications are the favored technique for information security experts to exhibit to the world that they are skilled in the field and have the information to be successful in the job. While there are numerous certifications accessible for the entry-level information security professional, the Security+ certification outshine the rest. This blog will discuss in detail why it is so but before that, we’ll also tell you about some other certifications as well, it has to be a fair play, right?
As the digital world continued to develop and seek more spontaneous and consistent processes for automating their operations, and vulnerabilities persisted. Not only in the form of the software crashes but also in terms of networking and other protocols widely practiced. However, this advancement in threats and attacks made the professionals incorporate certain protocols and systems in place to combat these threats. CAN and CVE in information security are the latest standard protocols that are widely interpreted and instated for the sake of detecting vulnerabilities and making sure that no such events linger in the networking side of the business;
The increasing competition among organizations has led developers to create and launch more and more applications each day while compromising its security. Unlike in the past, customers are now educated and aware of the importance of application security. Whether they want to share an important document or save their images, they always prefer an application that provides high-security of their data. As privacy is becoming a major concern for customers nowadays, companies are trying to provide security to user data through built-in security in the app. The built-in security assures customers of the privacy of their data and satisfies the customer completely.
Since 2013, about 3,809,448 data records have been stolen through data breaches daily. That makes it 158,727 every hour, 2,645 every minute, and 44 records every second. Every second! Can you comprehend the scale of the threat that your firm's data is in right now? It's massive and growing with every passing day. Let's take a look at the issues related to data security.
In today's high tech world, technology has made our lives very different than the way they were a few decades ago. Everything has changed, so have the risks and threats in the business world. The threats have grown so frequent that on average, firms face a new cybersecurity threat every hour .cyber crimes are getting bigger in scale and no one is safe anymore. Private sector and public sector are both facing these problems equally. These security breaches can damage either your finances or your reputation.
The “Internet of things” (IoT) term was coined by Kevin Ashton, the executive director of the Auto-ID Center in 1999. IoT refers to the billions of physical devices around the world connected to the internet, all collecting and sharing information. Thanks to the beginning of super-cheap computer chips & the ubiquity of wireless networks, it's possible to modify anything, from something as minor as a pill to something as gigantic as an airplane, into a part of the IoT.