SANS Chicago 2011

August 30, 2011 SecurityOrb_Staff 0

SANS comes to downtown Chicago, October 23-28. This event offers our top instructors and an intimate opportunity to learn, network, and practice the hands-on skills that will boost your career.

The new Audit407: The Foundations of Auditing Information Systems will be taught at SANS Chicago 2011. It’s a prequel to the SANS Audit 507 course and is meant to prepare auditors with the baseline of knowledge necessary to take them from being just a security professional to being an effective IS auditor. AUD407 will be taught by SANS Senior Instructor James Tarala.

Please note that MGT525 is one of our offerings. This is a rare opportunity to take this PMI course at a regional training event.

SANS MGT525 Project Management course has a strong focus on effective communication, risk analysis, continuous monitoring, and utilizes project case studies that highlight information technology services as deliverables. […]

SANS Baltimore 2011, Baltimore, MD, Save $250 until September 7

August 30, 2011 SecurityOrb_Staff 0

This is your final reminder that SANS will be hosting hands-on security
management, technical security, and computer forensics training at SANS
Baltimore 2011 October 9-15! * Register & pay for any five- or six-day
course by Wednesday, September 7, 2011, to receive up to a $250 discount
and get the best computer security training money can buy. Have you
registered yet? ( […]

2nd Annual Trusted Computing Conference

August 30, 2011 SecurityOrb_Staff 0

The 2nd Annual NSA Trusted Computing Conference & Exposition, hosted by the National Security Agency, taking place 20 -22 September in Orlando, FL is just around the corner. This year’s conference presents the theme, “Using COTS Technologies to Deliver Decisive Defensive Advantage.” Join senior executives and IT security thought leaders from government, industry and academia, and be a part of the discussions about the security of vital data, networks and critical enterprise applications. […]

Mobile Security eSymposisum – LIVE next Thursday

August 30, 2011 SecurityOrb_Staff 0

To safeguard mobile devices used by business executives, the data stored on them and the connectivity to corporate networks they enable is a constant trial – one that is infrequently satisfactorily remedied. This is leaving many security pros comparing themselves to Sisyphus rolling a giant boulder up a steep hill over and over. The difference: mobile security troubles only grow heavier. Not only are smartphones, tablets and other devices now ubiquitous, they’re often brought from home. So, just how are companies supposed to secure these things – some private, some corporate-issued? How can such a heterogeneous environment be centrally managed and safeguarded? What about all those applications end-users keep downloading? What about the data they want to download on them? Any legal ramifications? How does the company stay compliant? We’ll provide some answers.

Security Conference “DerbyCon” Makes a Splash in the Information Security Field with a Huge Speaker Lineup. A New Hackercon is Born

August 27, 2011 SecurityOrb_Staff 0

DerbyCon is a new hacker conference in the heart of Louisville, Kentucky’s 4th Street Live. DerbyCon isn’t just another security conference, we’ve taken the best elements from all of the conferences we’ve ever been to and put them into one. This conference is a place you can call home, where you can meet each other or new people, party, and learn. […]


August 13, 2011 SecurityOrb_Staff 0

EC-Council is bringing some technical training classes to DC which culminates with a one-day highly technical security seminar on Aug 25 and it is free for all Government employees!….. and subsidized for the rest to just $99 !

Unlike other conferences, participants will not be rushed through the presentations, and they can actually learn about the specific topics that are being presented. Renowned security and cyber warfare experts – Jeff Bardin and Richard Stiennon, will be the keynotes for this seminar.

The pricing of the event is kept very low to ensure that budget cuts do not affect the community.

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