Because I can't be the only person who is confused.
As a newcomer to
soccer football, the offside rule is by far the most confusing rule. Like, ever.
If you're like me, you need a clear visual example. Check out this video here. It's the clearest explanation I've come across thus far.
Biggest takeaway: the offside rule applies to passing. It's technically . . .
In case I'm not the only person who as a little unfamiliar with Microsoft's "Verified ID" feature, I came across a great video from Andy Malone that walks through a practical example of how it works.
Here's a high-level diagram as well:
Very interesting and compelling. I think remains to be . . .
While studying for the SC-100 exam, a concept really resonated with me: the definition of identity and its purpose in security.
I think for some folks (myself included), it's been all too easy to think of "identity" as a singular credential; a unique data element. Like an ID card. While understandable, I think that . . .
What's the difference?
I like this succinct explanation from Check Point on the difference between "MITRE" and "MITRE Engenuity". Good stuff.
The MITRE Corporation is a US Government federally funded research and development center (FFRDC), and the MITRE Engenuity is a foundation dedicated to using the research and technology . . .
I'm digging this simple (but functional!) illustration of the NIST 800-161 response management phases, courtesy of Microsoft Learning:
While perusing a study guide for SC-100 exam, I came across a really nice and succinct explanation for technical response. It's one of my favorite quotes now:
(...) there are two key goals that every incident response should aim to address from a technical perspective. The first is identifying the scope of the attack (...) . . .