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  1. CompTIA Security+ Job Interview Questions

    CompTIA Security+ Job Interview Questions

    Organizations today need to find a way to deal with new cybersecurity threats every day. That’s where a CompTIA Security+ certified technician comes in.

    CompTIA Security+ is a vendor neutral, renowned certification that allows IT professionals to handle and manage all kinds of security functions on computers and different digital devices. It is the responsibility of the security technician in organizations to keep their systems running smoothly in a safe environment so that critical data is safe from hackers, ransomware, and disgruntled employees.

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  2. Why You Need The C-Suite Involved In Cybersecurity

    Why You Need The C-Suite Involved In Cybersecurity

    The days when cybersecurity was solely the IT department’s job are gone. Today, protecting corporate data is everyone’s responsibility - including and especially your executive board. But what role does the C-Suite have in security, exactly? And how can you ensure they perform it?

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  3. How to Become an AWS Certified Security Specialist

    How to Become an AWS Certified Security Specialist

    As the world enters a new age, that of the digital era, the demand for high level security has become a necessity rather than just a requirement. Thus, the need for security professionals, specialists in this area, has risen over the past decade, and as the world starts relying more and more on technology, this demand will continue to increase. Previously, there used to be security related roles in information technology, however, with the passage of time new roles have developed including that of the Security Specialist also referred to as the Security Architect. With respect to this specialization, the AWS Certified Security Specialist credential is exactly what you need to step up your game.

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  4. Advantages of Training for Security Incident Response

    The alarming rate at which cybercrime has increased in the last decade shows how crucial it is to develop a proper cybersecurity response plan. However, as such sophisticated and technically sound security plans require a heavy budget and great expenditures. Therefore, it is necessary to get professional Information security training in cyber incident management and implement those plans that are also cost-effective. 

    Such training programs are generally designed for mid-career IT professionals and senior executives who wish to gain a better understanding of incident response management or are in charge of assisting organizations in dealing with cyber-theft. But anyone working in an IT-related job can take these courses since there are no prerequisites. Some benefits for training in incident response management are discussed below:

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  5. 7 Advantages of Network and Security Fundamentals Training in 2019

    Networks are most easily targeted by attackers and often result in millions of dollars in losses to businesses. Not to mention the loss of confidential customer data. To alleviate this risk, organizations need trained IT staff who can understand the basics of system security. This understanding is essential so that IT security professionals can establish core IT practices to screen and avoid unapproved access, system abuse, change, or disapproval of a computer system. To take care of such factors, information security training is extremely important. This article discusses 7 important benefits of getting formal network and security fundamentals training.

    Professional, formal training in network and security gives you a strong command over system security so you can secure your frameworks, systems, and information immediately. A certification in network and security fundamentals can help you get started in a career as an IT security professional and can open up doors to exciting jobs in dynamic companies.

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  6. Federal Risk Management Framework Training for Enterprise Cybersecurity

    All of us, wherever and whenever we invest our money, expect and make the utmost efforts to eliminate risks associated with that investment. In business schools, students are always taught various ways on how risks can be reduced to a minimum but may not be completed eliminated. The Federal Risk Management Framework Training does the same for IT learners. RMF is a policy developed by the National Institute of Standard and Technology so information systems can be secured.

    During the lifecycle of an information system, it faces a lot of risky situations, and that can impact the security and data of the organization. Those aspects that can become responsible for affecting the security must be protected by implementing a certain set of controls.

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  7. Enterprise Security Fundamentals Training For InfoSec Teams: 4 Advantages

    The world is deeply connected today, whether it is family members or workforce, there is a dire need for people to stay in contact for various purposes. The more bridges one creates for connection, the more ways there are for the right kind of people to cross the wrong kind.

    Only by implementing really vigilant security measures can we control the possibility of coming across the wrong kind of people. Same is the case in technology. When we create connections for contact and devices are introduced, sometimes even without people wanting to, they let the wrong ones inside. These wrong ones find loopholes in the bridging system to manipulate and cause harm. If security is not vigilant and strong enough not only do they make through, they also steal a lot of information and also make it impossible for us to retrieve our data.

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  8. 8 Ways CISSP Certification can Boost your Cybersecurity Career

    Cybercrime has been on the rise, with global companies losing over $400 billion annually. The most prominent examples of cybercrime are The Home Depot, Target, and J.P. Morgan that suffered great losses. Over time, various companies in the private sector and even the government organizations have raised alarms about the increasing quantity and severity of cyber-attacks. As a result of this growing problem, there has been a sharp increase in the demand and need for cybersecurity in almost every industry.

    Regardless of the size of companies, cybersecurity professionals are required to protect business data from any sort of attacks and breaches by hacking and online theft. Since cyber-crime has become a critical point of concern for businesses, the increase of demand cybersecurity professionals has increased three times over the past few years.

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