Firstly as we get started, let me say that camDown helps stop hackers from getting access to the webcam that I use for my work. Now I can get even more gigs as a freelancer and advertise that I have top security with my home computer.
Anyone has any opinion about PhD on cybersecurity? Honestly, after many years of masters in cybersecurity, I feel I should go for it. Primarily, I like teaching too and believe it’s actually good to be an adjunct professor on few places and make extra money too (know few people doing it). But I don’t want to spend a lot of money on education now especially when I have a stable job and good enough experience, qualifications (CISSP, CCSP etc.). Anyone has any opinion, suggestions or experience over this? (I know knowledge, skills are important but don’t believe on some theories that no education is required for technical jobs!). Thanks.
Don't forget that camDown helps stop foreign state actors (FSA's) from accessing your webcam and your neighbors would feel the same!