A Big Thank You to HackTheBox!

Thanks! Today VetSec, Inc is proud to announce a hefty donation of 20 6-month VIP vouchers to members of VetSec by HackTheBox. Hack The Box is an online platform allowing members to test their penetration testing skills and exchange ideas and methodologies with thousands of people in the security field. Through a partnership with VetSec,…

Veteran Security Announces VetSecCon 2020!

This is it, here we go! The Board at VetSec, Inc. is super excited to launch VetSecCon 2020! We’re 58 days out right now, and there’s still a ton of work to do, from finalizing platform decisions to filling out our speaking tracks and sponsors, but we can’t believe how far we’ve come already. Visit…

VetSec Announces Partnership with Virtual Hacking Labs!

As part of a push to help our members transition to jobs in the information security industry, VetSec is thankful and proud to announce sponsorship by Virtual Hacking Labs today. Virtual Hacking Labs is a Netherlands-based InfoSec e-learning company focusing on practical penetration testing training solutions. Their penetration testing course comes with access to their…

VetSec Announces Partnership with Kaspersky

Veteran Security is extremely excited to announce a partnership today with Kaspersky. In line with our mission to help active-duty and military veterans transition into and excel in CyberSecurity, Kaspersky has graciously offered their new online Yara course to 5 of our members. Members selected for this offer will begin on August 11th, 2020, and…

Husky vs. PTXv2 Part 1: Macro Mayhem, Advanced Social Engineering, and a Free Upgrade #sponsored

<disclaimer> This post series is still sponsored by eLearnSecurity and VetSec! As always, a huge thank you goes to both of them and please consider this while enjoying the content. Check out my first post to see the details. Additional disclaimer: This is where I begin to talk about the tradecraft and the specific, technical…

Husky vs. The Goliath: eLearnSecurity Penetration Testing Extreme #sponsored

Disclaimer: I was lucky enough to receive admission to PTX as part of VetSec’s partnership with eLearnSecurity and was given access to the Elite version of the course for free. So first, a huge thank you to the fine folks at eLearnSecurity and the Board of VetSec. Please consider this content to be sponsored by…