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Understanding the Three Factors of Authentication
By Darril Gibson
Jun 6, 2011
This article provides you with good understanding of the three factors of authentication and how they can be used together with multifactor authentication.
The Current State of Botnets
By Darril Gibson
May 2, 2011
This article provides an overview of the current state of recruiting zombies, botnet sizes and actions, and how to detect botnets.
The Dangers of Phishing
By Darril Gibson
May 2, 2011
Due to its wide use, several security exams include questions covering phishing including the CompTIA Security+ exam, the (ISC)2 SSCP, and the (ISC)2 CISSP. This article covers phishing formats, characteristics, and variants.
Exam Profile: (ISC)2 Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP)
By Darril Gibson
Apr 4, 2011
This article profiles the SSCP exam, an entry-level security exam sponsored by (ISC)2. Find out what you can expect to see on the exam and how you can better prepare for it.
Choosing the Right Security Certifications for You
By Ed Tittel, Mary Kyle
Feb 16, 2011
Ed Tittel compares some of the most popular security certifications.
CCNP Security vs. CCSP
By Mary Kyle, Ed Tittel
Feb 9, 2011
Ed Tittel explains the differences in Cisco’s security certifications and how to migrateyour CCSP credentials to the new CCNP Security credential.
Complementing Your Cisco Security Certifications with Vendor-Neutral Security Certifications
By Mary Kyle, Ed Tittel
Feb 9, 2011
Ed Tittel takes a look at select vendor-neutral information security certifications that make great counterparts to Cisco security certs.
Cisco AAA Configuration
By Sean Wilkins
Jan 20, 2011
Sean Wilkins reviews Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) security functionality and shows some basic configurations which can be used to solve problems on the network.
The Ideal Security Professional
By Ed Tittel, Mary Kyle
Nov 8, 2010
In this article you’ll take a look at relevant certifications, technical skills and knowledge, higher education, and subject matter expertise of greatest interest to employers of security professionals.