Keith Barker’s latest course teaches the ethical hacking tools and techniques needed to improve network security posture.
A gap has been growing between the skills people have and the work expected of them. This disconnect is known as the technology skills gap. The good news is solutions exist outside of talent acquisition.
At CBT Nuggets, we’re all about networking. This week on the CBT Nuggets blog, we took a look at some of the latest and greatest things happening in the networking world and how you can grow into a next-generation networking pro.
CBT Nuggets trainer Garth Schulte recently released his new Microsoft MCSA SQL Server 2016 70-764 course, covering Microsoft SQL Server 2016 and showing you how to configure data access and monitoring, manage and monitor SQL Server instances, and manage high availability and disaster recovery.
Every second, approximately 44 data records are obtained through data breaches — and this number continues to increase. Because of this, we decided to examine the ethics behind dealing with a data breach in IT and dove deep into some moral conundrums.
When you’re working with lots of data, there is plenty of room for things to go haywire. This week on the CBT Nuggets blog, we talked about how to keep your customers’ data secure, dove deep into what the GDPR means for your team, and learned what DevSecOps means.
The key to easier and safer management of your security processes is through consolidation. In Keith Barker’s new Check Point CCSA R80 course, he will teach you all about R80 management and how it can save your organization.
This week on the CBT Nuggets blog, we connected with our government contacts to give you an inside scoop on the new and improved DoD 8140, found out how you can get top secret clearance, and pondered the best parts about working for the NSA.
This week on the CBT Nuggets blog, we tackled the biggest budgeting issues your team could be facing, from keeping everyone happy with your budget, to spurring innovation within a budget, to budgeting for a level of success you aren’t necessarily anticipating. Read this week’s content to get up to speed on how putting numbers behind ideas makes them work.
When you’re creating a mission, an ideology, or a goal that’s groundbreaking for your org, you’re allowed, maybe even encouraged, to get excited. When you’re brought back to reality by a budget, you have guidelines and structure — but with that, you may have to adjust some of your expectations.