What is ‘Humble Bundle’? Humble Bundle is a distribution platform selling games, ebooks, software, and other digital content. Since Humble’s founding in 2010, they have been supporting charity (that’s where the “Humble” comes into it) while providing packaged digital content to customers (“Bundle”). The core of the “philosophy” is flexible pricing. When you buy a bundle, you can choose the price you … Continue reading New Humble Bundle: “Hacking for the Holidays” – December 2018
I managed to get my hands on the “Cybersecurity by Packt” humble bundle of books! Here’s what the purchase contained, and why you should keep an eye out for the next offer!
I recently passed the CompTIA Security+ Exam, and thought I'd share how I prepared... hopefully it might help others thinking about earning the certification. ExperienceCompTIA recommends at least 2 years experience in IT, plus having the CompTIA IT Fundamentals, A+, and Network+ certifications. I had none of that. You don't NEED those things to book … Continue reading CompTIA Security+ Certified
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Note: This is NOT a sponsored post. I genuinely just think it's a good offer... If you've never heard of "Humble Bundle", it's basically a website that sells discounted books, games, software etc. in return for a small donation (of your choosing) to charity. The more you spend, the more books you get! From time … Continue reading Network Security Humble Bundle
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An interesting session learning to code in Ruby.
A new free online couse provides an introduction to the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation.
Okay, so like me, you've decided to move into the exciting and fast-paced world of cyber Security! But, you don't know much about it, or more importantly, where to start.
If you're reading this, I'm assuming you have an interest in "cyber security" as a job. It's a buzzword that you hear a lot about nowadays, but what does it really mean to work in this field? There are many different paths to take, but what's the right one? How hard is it? Is it worth it?