A question I commonly see when individuals are trying to break into the Cybersecurity industry is: What do I need to understand to be successful and make…
Last week, both our YouTube Channel and the blog reached milestones I anticipated taking year to accomplish. It is difficult to put into words how thankful I am. As a way of expressing my gratitude, I’m making available the notes I used to pass the CISSP.
Many of you are probably thinking to yourself that I’m crazy but I assure you on this topic, I am not. The Amazon Echo (Alexa) is one of the most underrated and most powerful tool available on the market. Not only can it tell you the weather, lock your front door, play music and tell you when a local store is open but it can read books you purchase….
Everyone has heard the stories of how tough the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) examination is. It’s been described as taxing, mind-blowing and hard to pass. In fact, in many tech circles,
These last couple of weeks have been tough for me. I realized that my internal struggles with anxiety will have to be met head on if I am to have a chance at passing this CISSP exam.
My blog has been live for about 30 days and I’m shocked at the malicious attempts to gain access to it. Not quite sure what exactly the motivation is but it can be daunting for non-IT bloggers to see Brute Force attacks from IP addresses on the other side of the world.
Cyber Liability for IT Consultants is moot. What you really should be considering is a Technology E&O policy. Here’s why…
Finally get my first crack at a practice exam for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Everyone says this test is tough but I’m not hearing any of that. I’m going in guns blazing and hoping to show myself that I got this. Wish me luck.
One of the toughest things when studying for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) test is understanding the concept of Due Diligence and Due Care. It should be an easy
When we look back at the year 2020, it will likely be remembered as the year the world stopped. Countries all over the world have demanded citizens to stay home and only go outdoors if it is absolutely necessary. Cities are implementing curfews and mandates that public gatherings should be limited to 10 to 25 people and violators are being ticketed for insubordination. Businesses of all sizes are being impacted equally.