Mental Health in Cybersecurity

Mental health is an important part of life in 2022. According to the non-profit Mental Health America, the percentage of adults with a mental illness report unmet need for treatment has increased every year since 2011. This has only escalated with the pandemic. In a career as stressful and stretched as cybersecurity, it can beContinue reading “Mental Health in Cybersecurity”

Russian Invasion of Ukraine

What is happening On Wednesday February 23rd, 2022, Russian troops outside of Ukraine began infiltrating the borders of the Ukraine. Despite all the warnings and threats of sanctions from NATO nations, Russia continued to invade Ukraine territory. Since then, Russian troops have taken control of Chernobyl, and there has been bombings and clashes in Ukraine’sContinue reading “Russian Invasion of Ukraine”

The World of Cryptocurrency

These days many people are interested in Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and Ethereum. Is this something worth looking into from a cybersecurity standpoint or is it all a scam? I’m going to describe what cryptocurrency is, share what I’ve found from my research on the legitimacy of cryptocurrency, what one cybersecurity reporter says about it,Continue reading “The World of Cryptocurrency”

Kaseya With a Helping of PrintNightmare

I have been deep in to researching (AKA: Twitter-ing) the Kaseya Attack and the PrintNightmare vulnerability. I’m going to keep it somewhat short. First, lets look at the technical perspective and how organizations are dealing with PrintNightmare and Kaseya attack. I will then focus on why it’s important to keep an eye out for theseContinue reading “Kaseya With a Helping of PrintNightmare”