Month: December 2018

2018 Year in Review

As we put the finishing touches on another tremendous year, and look toward the New Year, we at Secure Ideas wanted to take a moment to reflect upon 2018, and highlight some of what’s to come in 2019. This past year and in 2019,  we made a concerted effort to focus on offering affordable training …

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The Ignorant Human: Data’s Biggest Threat

For all the money spent on expensive software solutions and expert consultation; an organization is still at a tremendous risk if it is not developing a culture of security as part of its normal business practices.  Many organizations have 24/7 teams dedicated to monitoring and incident response, but what about any organization’s weakest link? The …

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Twelve Days of XSSmas

This series of daily mini-posts, running from December 12, 2018 to December 24, 2018, is intended to provide cross-site scripting (XSS) related tips. This will range from filter-evasion and payload minification tricks, to old (but still good) classic XSS tips, to scripts that make (or contribute to) interesting proof-of-concept payloads. Day 1 – Template Literals …

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Professionally Evil CISSP Certification: Breaking the Bootcamp Model

ISC2 describes the CISSP as a way to prove “you have what it takes to effectively design, implement and manage a best-in-class cybersecurity program”.  It is one of the primary certifications used as a stepping stone in your cybersecurity career.   Traditionally, students have two different options to gain this certification; self-study or a bootcamp.  Both …

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Network Check Ups

Most people know that taking care of your personal health is important. We get regular check ups and try to keep ourselves as healthy and free of potential risks as best we can. During these check ups, a doctor will typically tell us about important health concerns, and recommendations to improve or fix any conditions …

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