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AWS Certification Training Courses – Get 2019 Bundle @ 96% OFF

AWS Certification Training Courses – Get 2019 Bundle @ 96% OFF

Mar 13, 2019
With countless web apps and online services launching every day, there is an increasing demand for cloud developers. This exciting niche is due to grow rapidly over the next few years, and the paycheck should follow suit. If you want to build a career in this lucrative niche, it pays to know AWS (Amazon Web Services). With the AWS Certified Architect Developer Bundle 2019 , you get seven courses and over 51 hours of video tutorials that are working towards official exams. It's worth nearly $1,000, but you can get the training now for only $35 for a limited time . According to Synergy Research , Amazon Web Services has a massive 35% share of the cloud computing market. The platform plays host to millions of clients and dozens of multinationals, including Adobe, LinkedIn, GE, and Netflix. As a certified AWS expert, you put yourself first in line for exciting opportunities at these major companies. AWS Certification Training – 7 In-Depth Online Courses If you're
Understanding the Shared Security Model in Amazon Web Services

Understanding the Shared Security Model in Amazon Web Services

May 21, 2015
Security in the Amazon EC2 environment is a responsibility shared by both the end user and Amazon. This is because within this environment there are specific parts that Amazon has control of and specific parts that are controlled by the end user. For the end user, they are responsible for securing the operating systems running on their instances, as well as the applications running on those operating systems. On the other hand, physical security and security of the hypervisor is Amazon's responsibility. When it comes to the network, security of that layer is a shared responsibility between the user and Amazon. Implications of the Shared Security Model Huge operational efficiencies can be gained in a shared security model, however this comes at the cost of the flexibility to have total control over an environment. In the past, significant security issues have occurred as organizations move to the shared model. During this transition, it's key that organizations under
The Drop in Ransomware Attacks in 2024 and What it Means

The Drop in Ransomware Attacks in 2024 and What it Means

Apr 08, 2024Ransomware / Cybercrime
The  ransomware industry surged in 2023  as it saw an alarming 55.5% increase in victims worldwide, reaching a staggering 5,070.  But 2024 is starting off showing a very different picture.  While the numbers skyrocketed in Q4 2023 with 1309 cases, in Q1 2024, the ransomware industry was down to 1,048 cases. This is a 22% decrease in ransomware attacks compared to Q4 2023. Figure 1: Victims per quarter There could be several reasons for this significant drop.  Reason 1: The Law Enforcement Intervention Firstly, law enforcement has upped the ante in 2024 with actions against both LockBit and ALPHV. The LockBit Arrests In February, an international operation named "Operation Cronos" culminated in the arrest of at least three associates of the infamous LockBit ransomware syndicate in Poland and Ukraine.  Law enforcement from multiple countries collaborated to take down LockBit's infrastructure. This included seizing their dark web domains and gaining access to their backend sys
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