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Rapid7 Blog

Higher Education  

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Getting Started with Cybersecurity Education and Training Assistance Programs

Thinking about a career in cybersecurity? These education programs can help you boost your skills and get your foot in the door.…

Summertime and the Coding Is (Sometimes) Easy: What I Learned During GSoC for Metasploit

My name is Eliott Teissonniere, and I was selected as a Google Summer of Code (GSoC) student for Metasploit this summer! Today, I am excited to tell you more about what we did and what’s next.…

Why Bow Valley College Gives Rapid7 InsightVM High Marks for Vulnerability Management

Bow Valley College uses InsightVM dashboards to identify quick wins, measure success, and communicate to senior leadership. James Cairns, database administrator at Bow Valley College, gave us a look into their vulnerability management journey with Rapid7. It’s my job to assess vulnerabilities, facilitate patching,…

Top Reasons for Graduate Students to Attend UNITED

The countdown is on to Rapid7's annual UNITED Summit in Boston on September 13-14. Rapid7 has partnered with top universities all over the globe to provide students with industry-leading security solutions as part of their coursework, equipping them with hands-on knowledge as they head into…

All About the Very First Rapid7 Hacker Games

We just completed our first successful run of the first-ever Rapid7 Hacker Games competition, so I thought it'd be appropriate to do a little write-up on all the fun activities.  So, what exactly is the Rapid7 Hacker Games competition? Well, a hacking competition! Specifically, a…

New Rapid7 Higher Education Program Supports Universities Around the World With Free Licenses, Trainings, and Certifications

40% of security positions will remain unfilled in 2014, according to a recent study by the Ponemon Institute. The inability to find skilled staff to grow security programs remains one of the key challenges for the industry. By contrast, criminal hacking teams seem to be…