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CISSP Wisdom Jan 20
"For a security plan to be effective, it must be developed, maintained, and actually used."
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Evgeny Belenky 46s
Sandeep Andhekar shares their examination preparation experience..!
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CISSP Wisdom Jan 22
"Storage media should be removed and destroyed, because media sanitization techniques do not guarantee against data remnant recovery."
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Fortivus Strategy Consulting Jan 17
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Jeff Archer Jan 22
My leadership invested a lot of money and my peers invested a lot of support towards this, and I appreciate it. I now have documentation that definitively says “Sure, he knows a little bit about security”.
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Jason Evans 18h
Getting that studying done with Kelly.
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CISSP Wisdom Jan 23
"The only way to maintain security in the face of change is to systematically manage change."
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null 10h
Goals for 2020: 1. Pass the exam 2. Submit my first 3. Complete DIY renovations on the first floor 4. Finish an actual campaign 5. Figure out how to make Twitter not feel like I’m shouting into the abyss
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Andrew Gronosky Jan 22
A lot of security professionals downplay the value of . I think it's worth pursuing because it's a powerful antidote for imposter syndrome, which is always a hazard in a complex and fast-moving field.
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(ISC)2 Asia Pacific Jan 22
Achieving the can be challenging. But we're here to help you succeed! Confidently prepare for your exam with our next Official Online Instructor-Led Training (Asia-Pacific time zone with regional pricing). Email isc2asia@isc2.org for details.
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The_Responsibles Jan 20
Cyber Security Professionals if you find yourselves doing the following, please leave the security industry ASAP 1. Piling on to a social media public disclosure and gloating at somebody else's misfortune 2. Doing public disclosure for fame. 1/x
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New Horizons Prague CyberSecurity Jan 22
3 Tips for Passing the CISSP Certification Exam Passing the exam requires extensive knowledge and hands-on experience in the field. Here’s what you need to know to be prepared for the exam so you can earn the certification on your first attempt.
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The_Responsibles Jan 21
Just so you know that we are all knuckling down for a good hard fucking fight with you numpties. We are spending most of 2020 on recruiting the right people and representing victim orgs. Victims of reckless disclosure by amateur security clowns.
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CISSP Wisdom Jan 21
"Acquisitions and mergers place an organization at an increased level of risk."
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The_Responsibles Jan 23
Noticing InfoSec have it's linguistic turn with Master/Slave. Right, how about working on the Quiet Professional Dignity/Blabber Mouthed Drama Queens dialectic while you are at it. Joe Woke
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CISSP Wisdom Jan 19
"The best security plan is useless without one key factor: approval by senior management."
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PSYND 1h
Looking forward to achieving the highest recognition in the field? Don't miss out on our Boot Camp in between the 17th-21st of February! Only one place left!
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MalwareGroup 5h
..."access to the credentials that SANS provides, not necessarily the content." I have been here long enough to remember same argument being made for and people saying "if you want CONTENT go to SANS". It seems things have changed!
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Alpine Security 14h
Our next CISSP course starts Feb 17. Contact us to learn more - 844-925-7463 or visit:
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Tyrone E. Wilson 15h
Hey Tweeps, no class tonight.
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