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For seasoned penetration testers who want to become a true web app exploit guru, OSWE certification delivers. Schellman's Nathan Rague provides an exam guide to help aspiring candidates prepare.
Eureka, Kansas may seem an unlikely hometown for a future tech pro, but Brett Hayes seized opportunities from an early age, eventually finding his way to Schellman and freedom to be his authentic self
As GDPR celebrates its second birthday, we take a closer look at how our views of privacy awareness and data protection have shifted.
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) recently announced two HIPAA settlements that offer lessons for covered entities regarding right of access and failure to notify after a breach.
In honor of Father's Day, Schellman's Matt Dougher shares his story of how he and daughter Barrett draw determination from each other, and push each other toward achievement, through good and bad.
Schellman & Co Threat & Vulnerability Assessment Manager Josh Tomkiel discusses the lengths phishers will go to when trying to lure people to fraudulent websites during tax season.
June is Pride Month, a time that encourages everyone to be who they are without apology and promote acceptance and support within the LGBTQ+ community. Festivities are different this year but possible
Though cheating remains an important issue that is necessary to curb, data breaches are an even more repercussive danger looming in the shadows of the gaming industries
For AAPI heritage month, Schellman's Anna Tseng recognizes Asian Americans as instrumental in driving the US toward success, and as a culture, their resiliency during times of hardship.
As we all have discovered in recent weeks the world can change quickly, both personally and professionally. Compliance may be the last thing on your mind, but it is more important than ever.
For any penetration testing engagement, internet-facing services are an important part, and there are multiple ways to obtain information before determining if they are vulnerable to exploitation.
May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month. Schellman's Danny Manimbo shares a tribute to his father, who taught him valuable lessons in hard work and to strive for greatness daily.
We’re living through the world’s latest pandemic. Guidelines from WHO alter normal life to preserve health but organizations and individuals are faced with another unprecedented concern—data privacy.
The PCI SSC has published blogs and guidelines for when remote work is necessary, including the Remote Assessments and the Coronavirus blog that focuses on conducting remote PCI Assessments.
Armed Forces Day has personal significance to Schellman & Co's Eric Espinoza, who joined the US Army nearly ten years ago and continues to serve as a commissioned Officer in the Army National Guard.
Need a comprehensive cloud computing control framework? Meet C5.
In our “new normal” most of us are still getting used to working from home. The prospect of staying home presented the chance to sneak in family time, tackling that to-do list, or taking up a hobby.
For years we’ve been functioning on the premise that frequently changing our passwords is a good thing. So much so that many corporations have made frequent password changes a mandatory activity.
While I have never served myself, the military has influenced so many aspects of my life. I feel appreciative for all they do to keep our country safe, and for the ways it has impacted me personally.
Most people have had exposure to deepfakes – that is, hyper-realistic audio, video, or images that have been altered using algorithms to make a subject appear to do or say something they did not.