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7 Ways to Boost Your Tech Skills without Going Back to School

By Sameer Bhatia

Sameer Bhatia is founder and CEO of ProProfs.

In the rapidly changing tech world today, it is hardly an exaggeration to say that the skills you learned even just a year or so ago are fast on their way to becoming obsolete. Over the past few years, it has become essential for tech workers to engage in education as a lifelong pursuit — a constant cycle of learning, unlearning, and relearning — as new technologies become available and new knowledge and skills become in demand.

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Secure Development of Internet of Things Products for Education

By Vaughn Eisler and Renault Ross

Vaughn Eisler is a business development manager and Renault Ross is a national security architect at Symantec Corporation.

The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a major departure in the history of the Internet, as connections move beyond computing systems and begin to power billions of everyday devices, from smart meters to home...

Critical Infrastructure and the Internet of Things

Karen McDowell is an information security analyst at the University of Virginia.

The Internet of Things (IoT) interests and excites people for a number of reasons, not the least being that these Internet devices, ranging from industrial sensors to complex CT scanners, can make our lives easier, ensure more efficient delivery of goods and services, and give us more control over the environment than we ever thought possible. Businesses, "on the cusp of an explosion...

Stop. Think. Connect. Everyone's a Target

By Shelby Cunningham, Marcelle Drakes-Ruffin, and Ashley Rae Tolbert

Shelby Cunningham, Marcelle Drakes-Ruffin, and Ashley Rae Tolbert are graduate students in the Master of Science in Information Security Policy and Management (MSISPM) program at Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University.

When Target fell victim to hackers seeking credit-card numbers, we were shocked to learn that it started with a social engineering attack against an HVAC company they used....

Improving Password Security Shouldn't Be Rocket Science

Nelson Cicchitto is chairman and CEO of Avatier Corporation, a company he founded in 1997.

It amazes me that, despite all the money being spent on security measures, from endpoints to data leak prevention to database security, the single largest vulnerability continues to be passwords. To be specific, 76% of all breaches over the past few years were based on weak or stolen password credentials according to one of the industry's...

Security Awareness for IT Staff and Developers

Lance Spitzner is the training director for SANS Securing the Human.

A common misconception, including among security professionals, is that if someone is technical, they must be secure. If someone knows how to code in Python, configure a Unix server, or maintain a network of routers, then they must be secure. Unfortunately, that is not the case. In fact, technical individuals often pose a greater risk to an organization than general users because of their privileged...

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