NYS DFS Cybersecurity Regulations are going to create a lot of CISO jobs, and a lot of pain for just about every business

This ominous-sounding set of regulations is going to apply to a lot more businesses than they will expect. And they’re deep, and specific. Most organizations are going to be required to have a CISO, for instance, and that’ll be a bitter surprise to some. It’s likely that the responsibility will be loaded onto some existing …

ECC Certified Incident Handler Training May 29th – 31st, 2019

The hottest certification org in Albuquerque: EC-Council’s Certified Incident Handler training is coming May 29th – 31st, 2019. See https://lnkd.in/ezAYtJf Lots of my students ask about more advanced certifications, which really means, which advanced topics to study. Interested in pen testing? Or being a CISO? Forensics? Or incident management? Things get very specialized once you’re …

Man Pages, Explainshell.com and Beyond: Understand Bash like you never have before

OpenBSD Manpages Section 8 Intro

Bash is so powerful it scares me. It’s like Fred Flintstone riding a dinosaur to work: one false move and it’s gonna be mad destruction. So I love me some man pages. I also dig through the better online references. If you want man pages for a specific version of Ubuntu, nothing beats manpages.ubuntu.com. Check …

Virtualization 2.0: Containers vs. Virtual Machines

Hacker Girl

Virtual machines are great. They’re cool for testing operating systems, and let you deploy machines and add and remove applications and services. But they’re big and resource-intensive. Containers are the new kids. Think in terms of deploying a virtualized application, rather than a whole OS. The big names here are Docker and Kubernetes, with the …