Jennifer Jeffers

Jen Jeffers is a freelance writer who creates educational and historical content for the internet as well as InfoSec narratives for the deep web. Her work blends the creative with the factual to offer readers articles that are both entertaining and edifying. Although she has a strong aversion to mathematics, she is willing to research and learn about almost anything in the name of continuing education. Follow her blog The Raven Report, a history collection for the dark romantic at
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The best resources for information security managers

Take advantage of these curated top resources and get CISM exam-ready while staying on top of the latest trends in information security management.

Maintaining your CISM certification: Renewal requirements

Learn what you need to maintain and renew your CISM certification.

CISM frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Given the importance of your CISM exam results, it’s no wonder you have concerns. If you are planning to take CISM certification test in the future, here are

How WannaCry Ransomware Crippled Healthcare

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Computer Forensics: Administrative Investigations and the CCFE Exam

Introduction One of the best ways to measure and evaluate the technological progressions of the modern age is to examine the evolution of digital forensics.

Benefits of using a third-party pentesting company

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Computer Forensics: Multimedia and Content Forensics

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Computer Forensics: Intellectual Property Investigations and the CCFE

Introduction The characteristics of cybercrime are always shifting, just like the laws that are passed to handle cybercrime. When something goes awry in the

Computer Forensics: Forensic Issues with Virtual Systems

What is Virtual System Forensics? When something is virtual, it is almost the same as the original—but not quite. In computing, this emulation can be particu

Computer Forensics: ICS/SCADA Forensics

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Computer Forensics: Big Data Forensics

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Phishing Attacks in the Recreation Industry

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