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Cyber Boot Camp: Lessons Learned
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Locomotive
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Locomotive,
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9/3/2018 | 1:18:45 PM
https://www.patchlicense.com/eset-nod32-keys-tested.html
How you know ESET' Cyber Boot Camp is a best boot?
lynnbr2
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lynnbr2,
User Rank: Strategist
8/7/2015 | 9:03:11 PM
Re: Real Problem: Bad Relations Practices By Tech Industry
I hope your cynicism doesn't rub off on your students. It's a fine line between a white hat & a black hat. Maybe even a few shades of grey fedora in there as well. 

Interesting that the students in the boot camp took a pledge. But the jury is out on pledges - virginity pledges for instance, don't seem to hold very long. Sure wouldn't want these guys ending up trying to stick it to the man.
GlennN075
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GlennN075,
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8/6/2015 | 4:22:35 PM
Real Problem: Bad Relations Practices By Tech Industry
As a college instructor I see this problem first-hand, every time a recruiter approaches me for hot security students. They supposedly passionately want these people, but American students are not so stupid that they can't see the way American workers are discarded by a tech industry that's practicing extremely bad public relations.

I tell my students: Don't get a job, get a contract. Don't worry about hurting your employer because they are not worried about hurting you. Do what's best for you, not your boss or your company. The "honor system" only works one direction now, so be clear that what they expect from you is not what they will give you. Above all, be really, really good, so that THEY have to come begging to YOU.

Sorry to be so cynical, but as a 25 year veteran of IT and education, the reality is quite clear to me. The tech industry has brought this on themselves.
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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8/3/2015 | 2:52:41 PM
Re: Fantastic!
Yes, this is a fantastic program on so many levels? Love to see more secuiry companies take on similar inititiaves! 
RyanSepe
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RyanSepe,
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8/3/2015 | 2:38:11 PM
Fantastic!
In security, user awareness is a huge facet. Getting to technology users in there earlier years will help reinforce the principles throughout their lifetime. This is a much better alternative than retroactively trying to impose security training to people set in their ways.
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tzubair,
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7/31/2015 | 10:51:44 PM
Re: Inspiring
"In a time when it seems like every cyber headline is about a new breach or about how fragile our defenses are, it's great to have a positive article for once."

I agree. I believe it's equally important to have all the positive news amidst all kind of reports related to cybercrimes and security breaches. A good journalist should give a holistic view of the environment and bring in enough positivity to cover the negative aspects circulating around.
Broadway0474
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Broadway0474,
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7/31/2015 | 5:08:47 PM
Inspiring
Thank you for this post. In a time when it seems like every cyber headline is about a new breach or about how fragile our defenses are, it's great to have a positive article for once. Especially the part about closing the gender divide. That is what we will need to succeed with a mobile, hyperconnected and privacy-less world --- tapping into ALL of our human talent. Not just 49% of it.


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