Monthly Archives: July 2019



By Mr. Shomiron Dasgupta, CEO & Founder, DNIF Vulnerability assessment (VA) and penetration testing (often shortened to “pentesting”) are effective techniques for identifying and eliminating risks in a software system. In IT security, a vulnerability is a kind of loophole or weak link in a software system. While penetration testing […]

How to perform penetration testing and vulnerability assessments


By Don Boxley, CEO and Co-Founder, DH2i (http://dh2i.com) “Digital transformation”—it’s a term used so often that it’s starting to lose its meaning. But before your eyes glaze over and you click to another page, let’s think about one of the biggest challenges that workforce digitization can bring about for those […]

4 Questions to Ask Before Investing in a New Network ...




By Andrew Lancaster Universities and colleges are expanding their range of cybersecurity courses every year. A survey of online programs shows that educators are working hard to keep up with the demand for cybersecurity training and bridge the skills gap. Whether you’re an industry newbie or experienced professional, there’s probably […]

University Options for Learning Cybersecurity









By Joe Robison, Consultant and Data Researcher Unsurprisingly, citizens are concerned about facial recognition and are divided over the outlook. While the benefits of speed and added security are clear, The good news for the security industry is that public sentiment is evolving in favor of acceptance of facial recognition […]

42% of Americans approve of facial recognition in airports (New ...