Entries with this tag cover offensive-security certifications, tasks involved in earning them, ethical-hacking challenges and other training activities.

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Andres Roldan

A Certified Red Team Lead (CRTL) Review

In this post we review the RTO-2 course and CRTL certification offered by Zero-Point Security.

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Felipe Ruiz

Top 10 international capture the flag competitions

Do you know what capture the flag is in the cybersecurity field? Are you aware of some of the most recent and prominent CTF competitions worldwide? Learn here.

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Jason Chavarría

Top 10 offensive security international conferences

Want to know which are the best conferences for hackers? We share our selection of the top 10 international hacking events focusing on offensive security.

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Jason Chavarría

Enhancing cybersecurity across government entities

Learn about the Federal Rotational Cyber Workforce Program Act of 2021 and the State and Local Government Cybersecurity Act of 2021, which were signed into law.

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Jason Chavarría

Learn with Fluid Attacks about this professional path

Ever wondered what a DevSecOps engineer does in the cybersecurity industry? Find out their job functions and the required skills and experience to become one.

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Jason Chavarría

Do you have an incident response plan already?

Organizations need to realize that they are always at risk of suffering cyberattacks and it is of utmost importance that they have a plan for when that happens.

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Jason Chavarría

Clues in the investigation of cyberattacks

We describe the kinds of technical traces left in the phases of a cyberattack and talk about how they may help the attribution process.

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Jason Chavarría

Employees as the strongest link in the security chain

The human-as-a-security-sensor paradigm asserts that catastrophe can be prevented if employees are trained to report threat events promptly. Learn more here.

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Jason Chavarría

Discover social engineers' weapons of influence

Read this post to learn the psychological tactics used in cyberattacks and what personality traits make targets more (or less) susceptible to fall for them.

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