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The Information Technology (IT) profession is a pretty exciting place to be, right now. We’re seeing an unprecedented influx of new technologies and approaches, including AI, robotics, automation, and next-level networking. More importantly, today’s IT workers have become the guardians of identity and curators of information. Given the increased movement to remote working the IT community must be conscious their teams skillset in the midst of increasing and complex cybersecurity threats designed to hit organizations where it hurts...their people. If you’re curious about what it’s like to be part of the IT profession in quickly changing virtual world, then watch CompTIA’s Chief Technology Evangelist, Dr. James Stanger, to learn more. James discusses the pillars of IT that help create our (post)-modern world, and dispel a few myths about the cybersecurity profession. If you’re interested in learning more about the different cybersecurity pathways available to you, and how you can become a unique contributor to the cybersecurity profession, then we welcome you.
The world of Incident Response is evolving. No longer do we focus on indicators of compromise; we now focus on attacker behavior. MITRE has turned attacker behaviors into a usable framework shared both on their website and on GitHub. MITRE provides the MITRE ATT&CK Navigator on GitHub which includes a complete mapping of all techniques and sub-techniques to help you understand the attacker’s behavior. The Navigator can be leveraged to optimize Incident Response, evolving your team from responsive to predictive response.
The coronavirus pandemic changed how people around the world work and receive skills training. Virtual meeting services saw incredible growth, they also faced new security challenges. As a key Global Knowledge partner, we worked closely with Gary and the Zoom team as they rapidly upgraded their platform to ensure the maximum possible level of safety for all users. However, technology is only as powerful, or safe as the people who use it. So, in this webinar Gary will provide expert (and entertaining!) advice on how to use virtual meetings safely when there is not a Global Knowledge instructor on-hand to help. Joining Gary is Kevin, our CXO: another big personality with a wealth of IT experience and a passion for ensuring our customers receive the best possible experience, every time they connect with Global Knowledge.
There are several advantages to implementing a route-based VPN (a.k.a. tunnel interface VPN) instead of a site-to-site one. Learn more.
While Apple has created many fine things, they were yet to be created themselves when Xerox PARC scientists created Media Access Control addresses. These MAC addresses are 48 bits or 6 bytes long, so they are also known as MAC-48 or EUI-48. EUI stands for Extended Unique Identifier. It is written in hexadecimal characters as shown below:
The key difference between hubs, switches and bridges is that hubs operate at Layer 1 of the OSI model, while bridges and switches work with MAC addresses at Layer 2 of the OSI model.
Here are five date points from the 2020 IT Skills and Salary Report that illustrate important trends in professional development, skills gaps, hiring and top-paying certifications.
Cybersecurity has matured into a complex and diverse set of functions. Each of these functional specializations represent different roles requiring different knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Based on the insight and relationships developed over many years, Global Knowledge has developed a best practices model of a superior cybersecurity organization—bringing our research and experience to bear and validating against hundreds of organizations, from the largest to the smallest. In studying world-class cybersecurity organizations, Global Knowledge discovered several critical characteristics that successful cybersecurity organizations all seem to share. So how does an organization like yours build a winning cybersecurity team? Let’s find out.
The Internet is not a safe place. We see that more than ever with the security breaches of businesses and individuals in the news on a daily basis. As Internet citizens, we need to take our protection into our own hands, as obviously most online services are not doing their best to protect us.