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May 08, 2009

Ethical hacking classes

Now any form of hacking is well beyond me. I'm amazed that I managed to get this blog set up to be honest, let alone anything more complicated. However, there are people out there who are engaged in this ethical hacking. The point is that instead of actively attempting to suborn IT systems, you're trying to find out whether such systems could be suborned. It's like the difference between trying to break into a house and trying to break in to see whether security needs to be better. one is obviously illegal and the second is an essential part of beating the bad buys.

For that's the way that IT Security works. The systems are simply too complex to be declared secure without there being people who test that it is. The thing is, of course, that there's no way of working out how to do this without being trained. Click through that link to find out more about how you can indeed learn more about this career which has rising pay and increasing job prospects: not a bad thing to find in these tough days.

There's much more available there of course, advice on secure programming, computer forensics and all of that. In fact, all of the things you need to take part in the current online work. No, not how to create websites. Rather, how to create secure sites, one's that people are actually confident in using. Post?slot_id=37261&url=http%3a%2f%2fsocialspark

May 8, 2009 in Web/Tech | Permalink


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