Pandemic Driven Cyber Security

 Pandemic Driven Cyber Security Ever since the COVID-19 broke out in Dec-2019, the foundations of Cyber Security Policies, Processes & Operations were slightly getting disturbed and displaced Geographically and within a Quarter - in March 2020, when it was finally declared a Global Pandemic a major change in the IT Processes and Operations were observed with almost all the Employees expected to be "Working From Home"  now and still run the show for their Companies. This change was persistent across all Business sectors. The 3 major areas that saw a sudden vertical rise in the adoption were   Cloud Infrastructure Adoption Secured Remote Access & Collaboration Tools   SASE (Secure Access Secure Edge) Solutions  Employees, who were used to work within the Office Premise were now conveyed to Work From Home, with manageable efforts to keep the show running. The Users who started working from Home now experience full freedom from their Home    Wi-Fi, without any Office /IT

Next Step in your IT Career

Next Step in your IT Career Ever wondered what could be the next step in your IT career after achieving CCNA, MCSA, MCSE or even just after completing your IT Graduation.  Jump right into the Network Security field by enrolling for this Comprehensive course on  CheckPoint Firewall Administration R80   What next ?  The perfect choice after completing your CCNA, MCSA or MCSE should be to get into the Network Security field. It is a highly rewarding career with plethora of Offerings. The best point would be to start with a "Next Generation Firewall" (NGFW)   and slowly and gradually learn various other Security solutions like Intrusion Prevention, Web Application Firewall, DDoS and a few more. Apparently after gaining enough knowledge on the Security Products, you can opt for advanced Certifications like Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) or the  Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). One can also opt for Security Monitoring & Analyst career for Security

A Million Dollar Question - Should I enroll for CCNA ?

Are you asking yourself this Million Dollar Question-Should I enroll for CCNA?   This is the most basic Question I have heard from IT enthusiasts, Freshers out of IT Engineering Colleges and even for Degree Holders who have not been able to really get a decent IT Job after the graduation. The Answer - Read the Blog and decide   The students passing out of the Colleges are mainly diverted to 2 streams :  Software  Hardware Case of Software Most of them want to really go for Software Programming, as it is assumed that once they have their Graduation completed, they will be offered a White-collar Job sitting in a cubicle and writing the codes for the next Big Software in the IT industry. However, they forget that, the IT Giants are filled with tons of Engineers already with millions passing out each year, and inducted for the Job of writing Codes. Possibly there is no code left in the world that a Fresh Engineer will be doing it for them. The Freshers are inducted to get Low Level Tasks d