As part of our Real Stories of an Ethical Hacker series for Cybersecurity Awareness Month, WiCyS strategic partner Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute will share the benefits of using […]
During this WiCyS Strategic Partner webinar, a penetration tester from Amazon will talk about the ethical hacking mindset and best practices during pentest engagements. Unable to attend during the scheduled […]
In this WiCyS strategic partner webinar with Cisco, attendees will get acquainted with different Cisco initiatives aimed at providing students, ages 11-17, with cybersecurity education and best practices. Unable to […]
Yubico is taking over the WiCyS Instagram! Product Security Manager, Marissa Nishimoto is currently immersed in the world of hardware authentication at Yubico. She received her B.S. in Applied Computational […]
Learn best practices for protecting yourself online and hear hacking stories from the experts themselves during our WiCyS Cybersecurity Month webinar series, Real Ethical Hacking Stories. This series will give […]
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