Agree, I really want to get some accountability over these accounts and provide some ability of containment if the worst happens. At the moment its the old god complex going on and convinience rules over security, using things like password vaults which removes all accountability with RDP utils which store credentials to hop around boxes that…[Read more]
I’m looking to purchase this course before the 31st deadline & beat the price increase. I just wanted to get the 5% also but no discount coupon has come through??? I’ve completed the CEH & OSCP courses so will look forward to this one also.
Thanks for the useful reply guys, I’ve taken the chance to jump on the ISO27001 Lead Auditor course as for once we have one in my area. So I thought I’d get this sorted early this year as there seems a growing trend in the UK towards ISO27001 frameworks
totally agree Don! just like risk management try to influence your own destiny as best you can…. Thats why I decided to take my CISSP and CISM back to back and paid for all the fees myself without any support. Now I’m planning to take on the TIGER or CREST pentesting qualification which is the defacto needed to practice in the UK as its levels…[Read more]
Don I’ve just been in at the weekend completing a gap analysis and no pay… just a mail saying to the global team that we all will face consquences if we do not deliver in our region… I also have to travel 80 miles round trip….. blimey kick a bloke when his down 😉
Bet you get courses and books paid for too…. even more salt to the wound!!! lol ;D
I’d agree with steirks…. having read some of the books mentioned I’d add Secret and Lies to the list by Bruce Schneier. The CEH course is also an enjoyable place to start, if like me you like working to an end goal and structure. (Helps me focus and as some guys have already stated gives motivation to obtain the information required (ie…[Read more]