Poll Results: Threat Hunter is the Most Challenging Role in Cyber

The people have spoken and chose the Threat Hunter as the most challenging role in cybersecurity. Take it from one of our very own Threat Hunters, Sean Scully, who discusses how he manages the challenges of this role.

18 May 2022
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SOC Intern Yearbook

Meet Ingalls Information Security Interns! We thank each of them for all their hard work and dedication.

Our interns represent an incredible diversity of skillsets and backgrounds. They are already accomplishing amazing things, and unquestionably

12 May 2022
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Basic VPNs & Bad [Internet] Drivers: When Poor Habits Become Exhausting

By now you have heard of and (hopefully) utilize a VPN Service for both your business and home internet needs, so we’ll not spend time ruminating on what a VPN is and what it will do for you (though if you’d like a VPN primer check out: Are VPN

10 May 2022
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Unexpected Opportunities

Musings of a Cybersecurity Intern

Some of my biggest breakthroughs have come from opportunities I wasn’t expecting and from choices I almost didn’t make. 

I had been following Cyrus Robinson (Ingalls SOC Director and IR Lead) for a time, and it was

28 Apr 2022
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Securing Data at Rest with Encryption

What is Data at Rest?

Data at Rest is data collected in a single place – be it on a file server, a workstation, a database, a USB stick, or the cloud. Data at rest tend to have a logical structure that betrays its contents and value, i.e. credit

20 Apr 2022
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Around the SOC in 40 Days

Musings of a Cybersecurity Intern

It was a bizarre series of events that led me to apply for the Jan 2022 Ingalls SOC Internship. Although some of the interesting points of that journey will not be covered here, you’re going to be taken through a

14 Apr 2022
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