HTTPS Secures Site Traffic From Eavesdropping, But Who Can We Trust?

Encrypting data is essential in helping ensure its confidentiality. October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the US and the theme for the third week is “It’s Everyone’s Job to Ensure Online Safety at Work”. We all use encryption when we surf the web, but it is not as simple as it might seem, and […]
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How To Enter The Cybersecurity Field

During Cybersecurity Awareness Month we hear about how important security is. Do your part! Be careful! It’s important. But additionally, the field offers job opportunities. How can you enter the cybersecurity field? You Need a Multi-Part Foundation Cybersecurity builds on fundamental knowledge and skills. What does it take to harden a server, then a network, […]
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Manage Expectations to More Easily Pass Certification Exams

Are you studying for a cybersecurity certification exam? Some people struggle because they expect the wrong things. So, here’s what you need to know. ACIC — I Also Get To Learn Learning Tree courses include a great added benefit. It’s the After-Course Instructor Coaching session. When I teach a Linux server course, I tell people […]
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Cyber Security Is Not Just For Computer Nerds

Some people have called me a nerd, and I suppose I am, at least a little. I studied Computer Engineering in the 1970s in college when it was nowhere as common as it is now. In graduate school, I had a class with an adjunct professor named Arlin Cooper. In that class, we learned about […]
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Lock The Door: Securing Your Home or Small Business Router

For most of us, the door to the internet for homes or small businesses is our Wi-Fi router or access point; the path to that door is the network, which is often wireless. We need to secure both the door and our path to that door to help secure our networks. Before going forward, though, […]
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