Episode 2 of 4 - The Journey to Zero Trust; a look into how Cybersecurity, designed for perimeter protection and keeping unwanted traffic and malicious actors out and authorized people, endpoints and applications safe within from them, morphs into a completely new paradigm, whereby ‘all’ endpoints, users, services and traffic can no longer be implicitly trusted! Follow along as VMware’s Andrew Osborn and Dennis Moreau walk you through (4) episodes to help guide the discussion and the viewpoints of where this began and how it will be realized.
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In this fascinating episode, watch how Ofir Barzilay, Principal Engineering Manager for IoT Security, demonstrates a brute force attack (https://aka.ms/iotshow/ascforiot) on a Raspberry Pi IoT device connected to Azure IoT Hub.
We've made nearly 3 hours of our Alteryx tutorial for beginners full course available for free on YouTube. In this Alteryx tutorial, we start at the beginning and assume you have no prior knowledge of Alteryx.
This Simplilearn video on Cyber Security In 7 Minutes will explain what is cyber security how it works, why cyber security, who is a cyber security expert, and what are the different types of cyberattacks with examples. Now, let's begin this cyber security video!
In this course you will learn about cyber security, specifically on the definition of cybersecurity, technology behind cyber security and cyber threats. This course will serve as an #fundamental foundation for cyber security enthusiasts.
In this complete cyber security course you will learn everything you need in order to understand cyber security in depth. You will learn all the terminology related to cyber security. Which is very crucial in the field of IT security.
Episode 1 of 4 - The Journey to Zero Trust; a look into how Cybersecurity, designed for perimeter protection and keeping unwanted traffic and malicious actors out and authorized people, endpoints and applications safe within from them, morphs into a completely new paradigm, whereby ‘all’ endpoints, users, services and traffic can no longer be implicitly trusted! View along as VMware’s Andrew Osborn and Dennis Moreau walk you through (4) episodes to help guide the discussion and the viewpoints of where this began and how it will be realized.
In this video, we will explain how to install NordVPN on Ubuntu. Ubuntu is an open-source operating system. The installation process is different from macOS or Windows versions but will be familiar to Linux users. Type in the relevant commands in the terminal, and you will be able to browse securely and privately.
Have you wondered how to lookup and reference bash commands natively in the Linux command line? In this video, we show you some tools that self-help your way into mastery! Sometimes you might be looking to perform tasks in Bash but aren’t sure what command to use. Apropos lets you search for a list of commands based on keywords appearing in their man pages. If you do know the command but are not sure what it does, whatis will give you a short, one-line description pulled from the man page. To find the location of a command in the filesystem, both whereis and which will get the job done. The second one is more concise and useful for scripting purposes. Lastly, the info is a command that yields info pages, an alternative to the man pages that gives you the more detailed information. Learning these self-help tools can save time when using the command-line, compared to Googling and reading through blog articles. It’s especially helpful if you’re on a system without Internet connectivity too!
In this webinar, LogRhythm threat detection research engineers join Ultimate Security Windows Host Randy Franklin Smith to zero in on the new standard to assess the effectiveness of your security monitoring and alerting capabilities — the MITRE ATT&CK framework.
The presenters will explore the most common techniques from the MITRE ATT&CK framework, demonstrate how attackers use them, and show you how you can use them to detect and respond to threats across the entire threat lifecycle. The five techniques that will be covered include:
1. Connection Proxy
2. Exfiltration Over Alternative Protocol
4. Drive-by Compromise
5. Service Execution
In this detailed explainer, Exabeam Director of Product Marketing, Orion Cassetto, tackles Data Loss Prevention (DLP), how it’s used to protect business-critical information from being exfiltrated from your network; key use cases and finally, three different types of DLP solutions you might want to consider.