Being Okay With Not Being Okay: Getting Candid with Ben Sadeghipour — NahamSec
Cyber resilience is vital for organizations of all sizes across all industries; it is no wonder the cybersecurity industry is evolving at such a rapid pace. Ethical hackers, security researchers, and professionals play one of the most valuable roles in safeguarding organizations from malicious actors. While organizations embrace new technologies and recruit more security professionals to aid, one aspect often remains overlooked.
Meet SQL Explorer: One of the Best Alternatives to Shodan
In this modern age of IP reconnaissance and security research combined with the ever-growing list of software services accessible via the public internet, it’s critical to stay ahead of the curve.
Business Email Compromise (BEC) Attacks: The Most Dangerous Form of Email Scam
Business email compromise attacks will have you doubting any email you receive, whether it’s from your co-worker or even the CEO of your company.
Kerberoasting Attacks Explained: Definition, How They Work and Mitigation Techniques
In 2014, researcher Tim Medin, a senior SANS instructor and content developer, took the Infosec milieu by surprise when he disclosed Kerberoast.
The 10 Most Popular Bug Bounty Courses and Training Programs for Beginners
While hackers were once thought of as hooded figures sitting in dark rooms, inhabiting mysterious and secluded parts of the internet, the times are thankfully changing. The popularity of white hats and ethical hacking is soaring, and becoming a lucrative career option for many.