A Personal Use Case about Why Adaptive Learning Is, In Fact, Cool (IMO)

Adaptive learning is actually not a new concept, but it’s making headlines in the training industry as it rushes to catch up to meet modern learning needs. If you’re unsure what adaptive learning is and how it fits under the umbrella of blended learning, learn more in my colleague’s adaptive learning defined blog. So why […]
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How To Enter The Cyber Security Field

During Cyber Security Awareness Month we hear about how important being #CyberAware is. “Do your part! Be careful!” It’s important to take this seriously. But additionally, this field offers job opportunities. Among the many ways we will discuss of how you can enter the cyber security field, one way is through our Learning Paths.  You […]
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Your Wi-Fi Can Be Heard a Long Way Away

Many people are frustrated by their Wi-Fi networks. Among other things, there is interference, reflections, attenuation (signal loss) because of walls, long distances or whatever, and the hassle of managing all that. We have to remember one critical thing about Wi-Fi: it’s radio so it is heavily regulated. The power the devices and access points […]
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Eavesdropping On Computers From Afar

When I teach Learning Tree’s Cyber Security introduction, participants are often amazed at the ways bad actors can eavesdrop on computers. Most of them are aware of software that can be planted by bad actors that can capture keystrokes, for instance, but few are aware that noises from keystrokes, the vibration of a notebook, and […]
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Microsoft SATVs Updates — What’s Changing and What You Need to Know

Microsoft is now updating Software Assurance benefits, which includes the retirement of Software Assurance Training Vouchers, or SATVs. Here’s what you need to know. What are SATVs?
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