Coding Dojo | June 16, 2021
A leading technology education company, Coding Dojo, has announced its launch of Online Part-Time Cybersecurity Bootcamp, which focuses on preparing entry-level careers for students in IT and network security. Zero is the percent of unemployment for cybersecurity jobs. Also, the jobs in the field are expected to grow by 31% in the coming years. Coding Dojo has developed this program seeing all these facts. The program will help the students pursue a lucrative career in the field and boost the talent pool for employers.
Both CySA+ certifications and CompTIA Security+, the two of the leading hiring requirements, are included in the Cybersecurity Bootcamp program. The 24-week online program guides the students in assessing, identifying, reporting, and mitigating information and technology security risks.
Fifty percent of the course is mainly focused on on-the-job scenarios and active threat simulations. The course is designed by CompTIA curriculum professionals and former Department of Defense cybersecurity experts. The course provides hands-on experience in defensive and offensive cybersecurity, certified Ethical Hacker-inspired scenarios, web technologies, systems, networking, and databases.
Registration is open for students now as the first cohort is about to start on August 16, 2021. $16,495 is the tuition fee for the program. Various financing options are there for qualified applicants. Students will also be given vouchers for both CompTIA certification exams, with two weeks of the course devoted to instructor-led and lecture-based exam reviews. Tuition also covers industry-leading career services of Coding Dojo, including 1:1 coaching, mock interviews, resume preparation, and workshops to support graduates get new jobs in cybersecurity.
About Coding Dojo
Coding Dojo, the leading technology education company, offers a three-full-stack computer programming Bootcamp and courses on other emerging technologies such as Data Science. The Learning Management System and innovative curriculum are designed to make students independent developers, even though they do not have enough technical background. Coding Dojo has campuses in six US cities, as well as a part-time online program.
Global Business Alliance | July 19, 2021
The Global Business Alliance (GBA) has announced the launch of GBA Sentinel. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary that focused on assisting worldwide companies in identifying and addressing possible supply chain and cyber susceptibilities rapidly.
Global companies know it is authoritative for the private sector to cooperate with federal agencies to confirm a safer atmosphere. Through GBA Sentinel, worldwide businesses can gain access to industry-leading supply chain risk management compliance tools of Fortress Information Security. Fortress exclusively delivers actionable risk visions on the supply chain ecosystem of resources and sellers, thereby allowing companies to alleviate their cybersecurity risks and assure controlling compliance logically.
Today, Fortress secures the supply chains of dangerous infrastructure for more than 40 percent of the U.S. power grid. In addition, it works carefully with key federal agencies to improve their supply chain cyber flexibility. This inventiveness is a first for the Global Business Alliance, representing 200 of the major global companies operating in the US.
About the Global Business Alliance
The Global Business Alliance (GBA), as the premier voice of international companies in the United States, energetically encourages and protects an open economy that welcomes global companies to invest in America. Our associates are American companies with worldwide heritage and a crucial part of our nation's economic success. When America is open for business, we all take advantage of it.
Darktrace | February 22, 2022
Darktrace, a global leader in cyber security AI, announced significant upgrades to its flagship Cyber AI Analyst product, which now intelligently groups incidents to cover the life cycle of complex compromises as they develop and progress across various entities within a company's digital estate. In addition, Cyber AI Analyst now treats incidents as 'open investigations,' with fresh supporting evidence being added to ongoing cases regularly.
Cyber AI Analysts' open investigations piece together cross-entity incidents, so a SaaS account takeover can now be linked back to the same compromised credentials used on a local device. In addition, Cyber AI Analysts' open investigations are known for augmenting human analysts by continuously investigating to surface and prioritize the most critical incidents. This procedure is similar to open criminal investigations, in which a single piece of evidence can link two seemingly unconnected crimes.
With ever-growing, distinct digital estates, it's vital that Cyber AI Analyst investigations are tailored to their specific circumstances rather than following a one-size-fits-all paradigm with pre-programmed investigative strategies. The on-the-fly technological approach to studies by AI Analysts allows it to identify the needle in a thousand haystacks, which could be essential in linking different compromises.
Previously, several events would have been treated as separate incidents. When AI Analyst finds a link between two incidents, it can automatically integrate them. As a result, early adopter customers have seen a 63 percent reduction in total incidents and a 92 percent reduction in the most critical incidents as a result of the shift to open investigations, further reducing time-to-meaning and analyst triage time, allowing customers to focus on macro-level tasks and initiatives.
Cyber AI Analyst open investigations can be run manually by a human member of the security team or triggered automatically by a third-party event, such as an alert ingested directly from another security solution, to validate and further contextualize their detections and decisions, in addition to continuously running based on directly observed events. Furthermore, investigations are immediately connected into human and technological ecosystems for consumption, whether through the Darktrace UI, exportable results, or third-party technologies like SIEMs and ticketing systems.
"Our Cyber AI Research Centre focused on identifying ways to piece together seemingly disparate activity from different sources and entities to tie multiple possible indicators of compromise closely, This cross-entity approach to incident discovery allows for the automated detection of compromises, and the automated determination of their full scope, without human attention. This influential research evolved to directly impact these key updates that make understanding incidents easier for Darktrace customers."
Dr. Tim Bazalgette, Research, and Development Product Lead, Darktrace