Today we have released new lectures for Module 11 of C1b3rWall Academy 2021/2022 “IoT and Security”. Experts such as Marta Fuentes, Data Scientist at EGIDA, part of FIDESOL, will continue to expound on the importance of cybersecurity in the Internet of Things.
Module 10 of C1b3rWall Academy 2021, “Forensic analysis. Malware and stealth techniques”, moves to the second block of content. It begins with a keynote lecture by Mario Guerra from Disruptive Consulting, which focuses on reducing, as much as possible, the advantage cybercriminals have in terms of their malware analysis capabilities.
Module 9 of C1b3rWall Academy 2021-2022 is proving to be a great success. Today we have enabled the second part of the module on “Pentesting” with the participation of Eduardo Sanchez from ALLPENTESTING, Victor Flores from VIEWNEXT, Manuel Lopez and Pablo Plaza from the BISITE Research Group.
At C1b3rWall Academy 2021, Module 9 “Pentesting” has begun today. This course will be divided in two parts so that students can learn how to build scripts and tools for pentesting exercises through practical examples.
Scams have always been a part of life. However, the online world has given rise to an increasing number of scams which are becoming hard to identify, making it easy to fall victim to them. Module 8 of C1b3rWall Academy 2021/2022, “Online scams. Means of payment” presents several cases, including cryptocurrency scams by Alberto Muño
Module 8 of C1b3rWall Academy 2021, “Online scams. Means of payment”, just 8 months since the beginning of another program and the course already has more than 50,000 students from different parts of the world.
The C1b3rWall Academy 2021/2022 program keeps surprising us with insightful lectures on cybersecurity. In Module 7 “Incident Management. Good practices in cybercrisis: a study of Ransomware” we can find a lecture on “Cybersecurity and Accessibility,” of Juan Carlos Ramiro, president of the CINTAC association and CEO of AISTE.
We started Module 7 of C1b3rWall Academy 2021/2022 “Incident management. Good practices during a cybercrisis: a study of Ransomware” with a lecture given by Alberto Sánchez del Monte, head of operations at the Cybersecurity Coordination Office.
Our society is becoming more advanced, and the ongoing digitalization is bringing with it countless benefits. However, it makes us more vulnerable to the thousands of daily cyber-attacks on the web. In Module 6 “Agents of threat” of C1b3rWall Academy, Juanma Cabo Pimentel, Judicial Police investigator and head of the Cyberattack Group at the Central Cybercrime Unit discussed the types of cyberattacks that are most common in Spain and exaplined what their consequences are.