It’s been a wild ride, VetSec. In the past sixty days, we’ve been proud to announce several additional benefits from some amazing sponsors, and today we’re proud to announce one more. I’d like to take a minute to discuss what the Board has been working on for the past two months, and what the benefits
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
VetSec, Inc., is proud to share an article by Cyber.Media, with a feature on Veteran Security and our mission. We are grateful for the publicity, and look forward to more articles in the future featuring some of our awesome members and how they have successfully made the transition into cyber security! To read, follow here!
VetSec’s Board believes an official statement is required in light of the current events in the United States. All of our US and Allied service members dedicated some portion of their life in service to their country. This occurred at the expense of commitments to their families, quality of life, personal safety, and numerous other
Since the start of our partnership with eLearnSecurity we’ve been able to offer our members amazing things because of the fantastic team there. First it was 10 PTS courses and the next week it was 5 PTP courses. VetSec members chosen for this prize have been working diligently and recording their experiences for eventual blog
Well, it’s been a week since I started down the road of eLearnSecurity’s Penetration Testing Student course for the eJPT certification, and so far, so good! Taking the course has definitely opened my eyes up to some things I hadn’t thought about. The first module, I must admit, left me a little confused – it
This year, as I’m finally on shore duty and headed towards that inevitable transition from the military life, I heard about the Cyber Fast Track offered by the SANS Institute. When I read about it, I was a complete n00b to VetSec (and by many metrics still am). Since then, I’ve discussed CTFs with quite