This Month in Cyber News
- Google Cloud Wants CISOs To Do More About Diversity
- Yanluowang Ransomware’s Russian Links
- Estonian Duo Arrested for Taking Part In $575m Ponzi Scheme
- Kerberos Authentication Issues On Windows Server
- Ex-PM Phone Hack Calls For Investigation
- Notorious Emotet Botnet Returns After A Few Months Off
- Iranian Cyber Spies Exploited Log4j To Break Into US Gov Networks
- Ransomware On Healthcare Organisations Cost Global Economy $92 Billion
- Nighthawk Likely To Become Hackers’ New Post-Exploitation Tool After Cobalt Strike
Training & Development
- Attack-Defense Online Lab – A massive online resource. Attack defense hosts over 2000+ unique lab exercises on topics spanning from recon, exploitation, post-exploitation, data exfiltration, web applications, traffic analysis, CVEs, network components, infrastructure attacks, privilege escalation, forensics, and more. New labs are added weekly!
- Capture the Flag – Application Security Challenge – Application Security CTF Challenge. This is a game designed to challenge your application hacking skills. There are several challenges that stand before you. Each challenge contains a section of code that has vulnerable weak points. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to identify the vulnerability that exists in each challenge.
- Exploit Education :: Andrew Griffiths’ Exploit Education Exploit education provides a variety of resources that can be used to learn about vulnerability analysis, exploit development, software debugging, binary analysis, and general cyber security issues.
– Patryk Wozniak
- During interviews, do not shy away from asking the interviewer questions and showing interest in the company/role you are applying for
- Prep for standard/typical interview questions with a family member or a friend. If you can’t, try asking your job coach for support
- Study the job description and identify the required skills. Update your CV to reflect that information
- Bring a notebook and a pen. There is nothing stopping you from taking notes during (or bringing your own notes with you) to the interview
- Prepare smart questions for your interview. (i.e. What challenges did my predecessor face? What does success mean in this role? What is the future of this role?)
- Tie your answers to specific skills, experiences, and knowledge you possess. Give examples to evidence these
- Your CV needs to do you justice and be an effective marketing tool so make sure it conveys your personality successfully, with a spark of originality
- Prepare the outfit for your interview the night before
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