Formal education and training in preparation for the practice of a profession.

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Necessary education for InfoSec? [closed]

So, as it stands I'm a 21 year old recent Bio-Chemistry graduate looking for a path into InfoSec. Without a background in any computing discipline I assumed that it would be seen as compulsory that I ...
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Looking for information about the job from security consultants

I'm graduating with my bachelor's in computer science in December, and I'm looking to get an internship in a security consultant firm for the summer, or apply as an analyst/associate in October. I've ...
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What certifications do I need to become a Malware Analyst? [closed]

I've previously posted here on how to get started as a malware analyst, and wanted to say thanks on getting me started. How much do certifications help me on my resume and which one(s) should I get? ...
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Lost in a field of Degrees and certifications [closed]

I have another semester or so before I graduate with my As in Information security. This is going to be a two part question. Other than the degree I will also have a few different certifications. ...
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CEH training courses requirements

What are the requirements for studying CEH? Is there any requirements for the programming background? And can anyone apply for it or does he has to have a recommendation for both studying and taking ...
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Preparation for Blue Team Competitions [closed]

I am a CS student, and am considering competing in the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition. Although I have a fair amount of experience in programming competitions (e.g. ACM at High School ...
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Books to start the study of TCP/IP [closed]

I'm 20 years old and have no knowledge in the world of information security! I'm currently studying engineering and I've recently found what work I want to do (pentesting or a career in fields like ...
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Applications of ODEs to Cybersecurity

My university's cybersecurity program allows one to take a course in ordinary differential equations as an elective. The course would be interesting to take, although I don't know how I'd apply it to ...
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Worthy security related certifications for a software engineer [closed]

I am a software engineer with an interest in expanding my knowledge in the security field. In addition to security.stackexchange and OWASP, I am currently reading the book "The web application hacker'...
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Network and Security Associates v.s. CISCO Security Associates [closed]

My college is expanding the Information Technology department to include Networking and Security as well as the CISCO Security. In my research online I have found different information for each ...
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What knowledge is neccessary to work in computer security? [closed]

What level of knowledge does a person need to work in computer security? Are the following skills sufficient? Good knowledge in TCP/IP networking Good knowledge in firewalls/firewall techniques ...
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Networking books for programmers [closed]

I have some programming experience, mostly in web apps, based on pre-existing frameworks. That is, all the networking side of things are handled already, and no knowledge of them is necessary. I ...
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How to initiate the learning process of modern day IT Security concepts mainly cryptography? [closed]

I am a programmer with about 7 years of experience mainly in Java . I am interested in the subject of cryptography very much . I love algorithms and datastructures . When I first started learning ...
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Good reading about windows architecture/reversing [closed]

I have a feeling that I need to get more knowledge about system programming and winapi/windows architecture in particular to be able to understand how lots of exploits work (like those exploiting ...
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Does Wassenaar Arrangement on the transfers of conventional arms and dual-use goods and technologies apply to security training?

Does the Wassenaar Arrangement on the transfers of conventional arms and dual-use goods and technologies apply to security training? Does it apply to security training on exploitation techniques? Is ...
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Pursue career in Network Security [duplicate]

My qualification is Masters in Computer Science and i am currently working as a Technical Support Associate (Network Support) with a MNC. I am good with JAVA programing and have worked on some small ...
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Code auditing and/or fuzzing - Books and resources

I've read the 'Shellcoder's Handbook' as well as 'The Art of Exploitation', and appreciated both a lot. Now I'm looking for additional resources delving into vulnerability spotting, code auditing, and ...
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Android OS Security [closed]

I am somewhat confused in terms of how secure Android OS is and how updates work on Android. Are there security fixes on each release? How can I keep track for Android exploits and what are the most ...
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Breaking into the IT Security Industry as a pentester [closed]

I am currently a programmer with 4 years of experience. In the past I have done tech support for a few years and was an instructor at an IT trade school for a few years. I have a good balance of IT ...
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Good book about Scapy [closed]

Is there any good learning resources for Scapy apart from the official documentation? I am looking for a good book about the Scapy
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Advice on the degree path [closed]

I am currently in the first year of Computer Security at the university. But I have some doubts about the course. So I want to ask the professionals some questions :D Is it better to lose a year ...
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how to start penetration testing? [closed]

I am currently working as security analyst on few applications and am willing to jump into penetration testing in future.To start with, what kind of skill set do i need to develop like tools and ...
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Security Awareness Training Ideas [closed]

Does anyone have any solid recommendations for deploying and maintaining security awareness training? I am not looking for a specific vendor but I am trying to gain insight about how the material is ...
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Linux security books [closed]

I am trying to find an updated book (preferably from 2012-2013) that can cover linux security aspects comprehensively. I searched on Amazon and found that most Linux security books are from back in ...
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Reading for starter in Computer System Security [closed]

What book is a best introduction to a computer systems security for a beginner in the field. One which covers the breadth as well as depth of security and finding vulnerabilities.
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What should I learn for Cyber security [closed]

I am a first-year student that wants to study Cyber security in future. But I don't know exactly all subjects which I must study deeper for this area. I read that I need to study, as for programming ...
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Learning Network Security [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Resources to learn about security I'm a software developer. I'm interested in learning Network Security, what is the recommended books, video courses, etc that I can study ...
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which certification course should I choose? [closed]

The company I'm working in propose among others the following courses related to security ISO 27001 Lead Auditor ISO 27001 Lead Implementer Certified Certified Information Systems Security ...
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Life in cybersecurity: How do I get there? [closed]

I am 17 years old and my ultimate job goal is a cyber security professional. I have been extensively studying TCP/IP, along with all other subjects in the CompTIA Network+ certification which I hope ...
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personal studies to become a security expert [closed]

I'm a little late, I'm 21 always been interested in IT and this past year I've looked here and there for computer security, but I don't have a diploma. I never had any idea on what to do in my life ...
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Cheap, Foot-in-the-door certifications? [closed]

Could you recommend cheap certifications to get your foot in the door of the industry.
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What should someone learn to get into IT Security? [closed]

I want to learn about security. How to monitor systems, mobile devices, computers etc. What sort of stuff do I need to research to get into my own devices and monitor/change things, be fluent in Linux ...
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The “5 years experience required” paradox [closed]

In looking for a job in the Raleigh/Durham area, every information security position has CISSP required, or 5+ years experience in information security required. This doesn't add up. Every day I hear ...
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Whats the best IT Security Web Forum? [closed]

I'm looking for a good source for IT Security, specifically information for Information Security Professionals. I'm wondering what your favorite is?
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How do I find vulnerabilities in software? [closed]

I read an answer here which talked about becoming a PenTester. The answer said that you have to learn to break software. I posted a comment on the answer asking where do I start learning to break ...
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Book about security in web applications [closed]

I'm new to security in web applications.I have searched in amazon but I was unable to find a book for today's technology. As far as I know HTML5 comes with a few new attack vectors, most of the books ...