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This site was born because of a passion for learning, and passing on the knowledge to others. My reason for creating these tutorials was to provide a way for someone to get some training, without having to spend a fortune on a particular computer class. Don’t get me wrong, classroom learning absolutely has its place, so I’m not saying you shouldn’t take classes if it’s in your ability to do so.
The issue comes in with the costs associated with classroom learning. I’ve been fortunate to work for a company that had a training budget for IT, so I’ve been able to take different classes over the years with them paying for it. I’ll say though, I would not have been able to afford some of those classes if I had to pay for them on my own, and I know there are a lot of people in that same boat. For instance, an average SANS class could run you around $5,000 for a one week course. That’s a bit steep if the money is coming out of your own bank account. Maybe you work at a company that doesn’t have a large training budget, or maybe you’re a student getting started. Either way, the thought of paying for these things on your own could be quite daunting.
That’s where RWB NetSec comes in. I wanted to be able to give back to the community, in some small way, so that maybe I can make a difference in someone’s life. I am by no means an Infosec expert, but I’m more than willing to share any knowledge I do have, and I know there are others who feel the same way. That’s one of the things I love about the community – people always willing to help out when possible.
Again, thanks for stopping by, and I hope you keep coming back, and can learn something new each time you visit. You can follow me on Twitter @rwbnetsec, or check out my YouTube channel under the name of rwbnetsec. On Twitter, I always post when I put up a new video on YouTube, so it’s one way to keep track of new material. Subscribe to the YouTube channel as well.
Never stop learning!