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Passionate by learning how to learn.
As a developer, cybersecurity became a passion and i wondered how i could succeed to become an ethical hacker online.

How to succeed ?

To accomplish this mission, I’ve divided my project into several objectives.

  • Join Moocs, platforms and comment them on this blog (in progress see here and here)
  • Create a list of free resources (see here)
  • Attend seminars, conferences and events that (see here)
  • Attend summer schools (see here)
  • Attend CTF in real life and online
  • Set up my own lab
  • Volunteer with a great organization (Done with ROS se my article about it here)
  • Launch podcasts about experts in cybersecurity (Done see here)
  • Join and be active on bug bounty platforms
  • Create or join a Non Profit organization to organize meetup and CTF for women in cybersecurity in Paris (Done here with WoSEC)

How did I choose which MOOCs to follow ?

To choose which MOOCs i would follow i went on ANSSI’s website and checked every curricular of master they indexed to find the subjects studied to validate those masters. With the units i found i was able to search for a few classes on mooclist.
Then i went to the website cybersecuritydegrees and looked at their FAQ’s topic entitled: « How to obtain a cybersecurity education for free with moocs » and cross-checked it with the previous MOOC i had found.

List of completed moocs, training and certificates

Certificates

Completed Moocs

Last articles

International Cyber Security Summer School 2019 (ICSSS 2019)

In the end of august i participated to ICSSS 2019 in The Hague (Netherlands). We had different lectures about cybersecurity in various places such as Leiden University, NCI Agency, Europol, The Hague Security Delta, Dutch innovation factory. We also had the full week to work on different challenges in groups. My challenge was about Cyber …

World Tour Podcast Series 2 episode 1: Piyali Dey

Piyali lives in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She is a computer scientist by training, and community activist by passion. Before starting at Microsoft as a regional program manager for the AI and Cloud Developer Relations team in Canada, she spent several years working in enterprise companies and startups as a software engineer. She also holds a …