- Contraction. (Wiktionary)
“All told, the show is a running master-class in infosec, a great primer for those of us hoping to deepen our understanding of security online.”
“Background in technology development, command and control systems, government records, and infosec with a passion for Gov 2.0”
“This highlights a point I wish more people outside the infosec cloister of which I'm a part got: The intruders even stole documents related to the travel of NATO forces in Afghanistan, illustrating that even though the Indian government was the primary target of the attacks, one chink in computer security can leave many nations exposed.”
“But I'm not a marketing guy, just a humble infosec practitioner.”
“The fastest-growing infosec certification is Red Hat's.”
“All of the popular infosec certifications claim to measure the real-world skills necessary to protect systems, software and information from attacks.”
“For employees, the impetus to pursue an infosec certification is not only job security but a pay increase.”
“News, events, & resources for infosec professionals in Northern Virginia”
“It is comforting in one sense that there is some wing of the Federal Government which actually exercises technical competence the CIA and FBI have had large infosec shortcomings over the years, but intimidating that this competence could be turned against our own citizens under incompetent direction.”
“I'm at the ToorCon infosec after-party at DachB0den labs, and they've just screened a stunning Matrix fan-film called The Fanimatrix, which had a roomful of hackers enraptured.”
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