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Bad Cheap Tech Is Not Good. Protect Yourself And Your Loved Ones.

Posted on Dec 2, 2019 12:41:00 PM by Marcos Xochihua in Network Security Degree, in Network Security, in technology, in technology forensics, in cyber defense, in cyber, in cyber attack, in cyber crimes, in cyber monday, in cyber security, in cyber security curriculum, in cyber security degree, in Cyber Warfare Range, in cybersecurity, in cybersecurity training, in smartwatch

A recent Smartwatch exposes the location of more than 5,000 children and parents. Chinese SMA-Watch-M2 is one of the most vulnerable smartwatches in the market to date. The IoT testing division AV-TEST found enormous amounts of security measures in place to protect the backends of mobile apps. 

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How I, As A Network Security Student, Keep My Identity Protected

Posted on Oct 7, 2019 12:13:12 PM by Andrew Maddox in Network Security Degree, in cyber defense, in cyber attack, in cyber security degree, in cybersecurity

Many Network Security students and individuals in everyday life are concerned about identity protection and rightfully so. Trusted companies are breached every day and information is leaked. The legal aspect aside, it still happens and private information is still breached. This is one reason information should be monitored and watched over. Some of the resources for my identity protection I use are going to be listed below.

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5 Reasons to Be a Conference Ambassador at Black Hat

Posted on Aug 15, 2018 4:07:37 PM by Jeremy Bunce in black hat, in Cyber Security, in black hat usa, in professional networking, in cyber security degree, in cyber security internship

Black Hat is one of the biggest information security events in the world. For the past 20 years, the world's leading cyber security researchers, practitioners, executives, venders, job seekers and students come together for a series of super informative briefings, trainings and networking events/

UAT has an exclusive arrangement with the Black Hat conference ambassador program. There are many reasons cyber security students should capitalize on this amazing opportunity.

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