Explore the transformative potential of H.R. 4502, the “Modernizing the Acquisition of Cybersecurity Experts Act of 2023,” as it reshapes the future of cybersecurity employment across the United States. Uncover how this groundbreaking policy diversifies the cybersecurity talent pool by valuing practical skills alongside formal education. Dive into the ins and outs of how this act opens doors for a wide array of talented individuals, strengthening our nation’s digital defenses by fostering an inclusive and skilled cybersecurity workforce. Join us in breaking down the key components and impactful implications of H.R. 4502, ensuring you stay abreast of pivotal changes in the cybersecurity hiring landscape.
If a hacker was able to compromise your device there are several things they may be able to do. The capabilities of the hacker is driven by the sophistication of the malware, the stability of the device’s network connection, and any security software or devices that impair or remove the malware’s ability to function.
At Natsar we are dedicated to helping executives and decision-makers understand cybersecurity. This post will provide a non-technical overview of the Log4j (also known as log4shell) vulnerability and provide a resource for executives to use when talking with their IT teams or Managed Service Providers (MSPs).
Coding used by web developers to improve the user experience (UX) of web browsing can cause data to be stored within a user’s device without the knowledge or interaction of the user. An untrained digital forensic analyst or a person reviewing the results of a forensic analysis that lacks proper context may make incorrect assumptions about a user’s activities.
The Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has forced businesses, organizations, and government agencies to immediately change their operating model, resulting in furloughs and sending workers home to telework. Employers are struggling to ensure their employees are safe, healthy, productive, and equipped during this time.