Upskill yourself by learning cybersecurity skills online.
Take one of our free training courses
Learn a new skill with our cybersecurity lessons.
WAN Technologies - HDLC, PPP, Frame Relay and Ethernet
Wide Area Networks may use one of several layer 2 technologies to encapsulate data as it cross a service providers network between a customer’s sites.View
Types of Memory in Computer Architecture
There are different types of memory available for storing data in a computer. Learn about what they are and what they are used for.View
What is a LAN?
Learn about devices found on local-area networks and how they are connected.View
How does IPv4 work?
IPv4 has been at the heart of the TCP/IP stack since it's inception. It is slowly being replaced by IPv6.View
How to use the man pages on Linux
Getting help on Linux with the 'man pages' and where else to look.View
CDP and LLDP
CDP and LLDP are similar layer two protocols for discovering information about neighboring devices.View
Keep up to date with our latest infosec articles.
Free cybersecurity APIs for looking up Indicators of Compromise (IOCs).
Web APIs can provide access to great threat intelligence feeds and other data. This data can help security analysts and researchers to better understand indictors of compromise, access passive DNS records and much more.View
Top Cybersecurity Podcasts for Beginners
As a beginner, podcasts can be a great way to gently increase your understanding of the areas of infosec (information security) and 'cyber' which interest you.View
Free Cybersecurity Courses for Beginners
There are many different ways to learn about cybersecurity online, from free videos on YouTube to fully accredited university degrees costing thousands of dollars. In this article, we've put together a comprehensive curriculum of free online courses which can teach you everything you need to know to get started in cybersecurity.View
Free Cybersecurity Labs and Wargames for Beginners
Cybersecurity is a practical field. You need an understanding of concepts like networking and core security principles, but nothing beats hands-on experience with the relevant tools and technologies. It is possible to learn these things through books and videos, but playing with the technology in a lab or 'wargame' environment is the best way to prepare for a real-world career in infosec (Information Security).View
Everything you ever wanted to know about cybersecurity job roles.
The analyst role is one of the most common jobs in cybersecurity. Various titles may be given to analyst roles such as Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst, Security Analyst or Cyber Defense Analyst. Whatever the job title, ultimately, this job is about analysing data from a range of data sources (such as firewall logs and endpoint events data) to identify and mitigate threats.View
Cyber Incident Responder
The Cyber Incident Response job role is vital for defending organisations from cyber threats.View
The red teamer, or red team consultant, job role requires deep knowledge of information security and computer science. These skills are combined with creativity to provide in depth red team engagements for customers.View