Welcome to your site! This is your homepage, which is what most visitors will see when they come to your site for the first time.
This is an example of a homepage section. Homepage sections can be any page other than the homepage itself, including the page that shows your latest blog posts.
I’m Fabrizio Di Carlo and born in Latina, Italy. I lived most of my life there. In 2013 I moved to Warsaw, or Wawa how it’s often called, where I co-authored documentation and prevention policy against Cryptolocker and prepared internal training on “Removing malwares with Sysinternals Tools” and workshop on Linux. After 2.5 years I moved to Dublin to work as Security Engineer for an Insurance company.
My job activities include plan, deploy & provide Tier 2/3 support for large scale global IT Security infrastructure projects, work with architecture and project management teams to develop implementation plan from proof of concept and determine the delivery approach and estimate timelines and costs for security solutions; coordinate with and assist global peers to understand and carry out project implementation; serve as a primary security contact for projects throughout the life of projects; provide IT security technology and process guidance for the business; consult with and advise local business units on issues from best security practice, technical issues with existing technologies etc. and provide project coordination support for enterprise tool implementations, maintain and distribute timely and accurate project updates, monitor project budget, ensure timely delivery against project timelines.
In the meanwhile I’m studying for CISAand when I’m not on computer I’m travelling across the Europe or training for half marathon.
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This post is the sequel of “Subnetting Made Easy (Part 1)” so let’s repeat our “magic table”: 128 192 224 240 248 252 254 255 In CCNA (or Networking quizzes) you have an IP Address in this format: 192.168.1.1/30 and you need to find, Network, Broadcast and Subnet Mask. All of this should be done …
When analyzing or sharing Nmap results with your customers, it’s helpful to have the output exported in a human readable way. This tip explains how to use Nmap and the HTML parses to generate a fancy report.
This is a page with some basic contact information, such as an address and phone number. You might also try a plugin to add a contact form.