From Chokeslams To Pwnage: Phillip Wylie Shares His Journey From Pro Wrestling To Offensive Security
Cybersecurity is a lucrative career, but knowing which path to follow to break into the industry can be daunting for fresh graduates, enthusiasts, and those switching careers.
#ProTips: Catching Bugs with Adrien Jeanneau
Despite the growing myriad of bug bounty platforms, accessible resources for beginners as well as those looking to further their skills and enhance their toolstacks, and the considerable strength of its online community, bug bounty hunting still remains a challenge for many. As we’ve said before, bug bounty hunting is both an art and a science—it’s about taking the road less traveled when it comes to vulnerability searching strategies.
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.
Redefining What it Means to be a Hacker with Eric Head aka todayisnew
There is a growing awareness, especially in the media, of hackers representing a force for good and addressing the security needs of an increasingly interconnected society. Hackers were once portrayed as those that wished harm and, in the minds of the public, conjured images of a lone individual threatening our online safety.
The Power of Being a Misfit: Speaking with Fredrik Alexandersson STÖK
Have you ever noticed some of the most creative thinkers and individuals seem to be misfits? There is power in being a misfit — being different, thinking creatively and outside the box, and rejecting established norms. Misfits are also frequently part of the counterculture.
Mentoring the Upcoming Generation of Bug Bounty Hunters with Hakluke
We are in a time where global economies are screeching to a halt while cybercrime is not resting. With cybercrime predicted to inflict damages totaling $6 trillion in 2021, its rise has outraced traditional security teams and methodologies, making it harder to detect, mitigate, and resolve an escalating number of threats.
Giving Back to the Community with Ben Bidmead aka pry
Collaboration and human connection are significant trends in cybersecurity. A vast and fluctuating cyber threat landscape means new challenges and vulnerabilities are always just around the corner. Sharing knowledge, techniques, and skills empowers cybersecurity professionals and practitioners to thwart cyber-attacks and minimize risks.
Channeling the Wisdom of the Crowd: Talking with Intigriti’s Stijn Jans and Inti De Ceukelaire
With the boom of data-driven organizations and the adoption of technological advancements, cybersecurity threats are also getting more sophisticated. The fast-changing nature of cybersecurity and the sheer amount of threats and vulnerabilities requires organizations to stay on top of protecting their assets and data from attackers.
Building a Career in Incident Response With Cybersec Meg
Cybersecurity is one of the fastest-growing industries, while cybersecurity professionals are some of the most valuable workers of any organization, regardless of the industry. There is some talk of a cybersecurity skills gap that claims a shortage of professionals, but is that true? Or is gatekeeping dictating unrealistic expectations for entry-level positions, making it harder for newcomers to break into the industry?
Making Cybersecurity Accessible with Scott Helme
Global connectivity benefits our world in numerous ways, however, that same connectivity also poses a potential cyberthreat that is often overlooked. There is no easy solution for combating the rising threats in our hyperconnected world. Now more than ever, cybersecurity is imperative for both businesses, governments and educational institutions, and individuals and families. For cybersecurity to effectively slow down the rising cyber threats and attacks, everyone needs to be part of the solution.