SANS in Orlando for SANS 2013 on March 8-15

January 22, 2013 SecurityOrb_Staff 0

Join SANS in Orlando for SANS 2013 on March 8-15. With more than 40 courses, evening talks and activities, and vendor events, this is one of our biggest training events of the year. SANS courses are taught by real-world practitioners who are the best at ensuring you not only learn the material, but that you can apply it immediately when you return to the office. Protect yourself and your organization – register now! We will be at the Orlando World Center Marriott Resort with our top-rated instructors and a full SANS hands-on training event. […]

SANS Cyber Defense Initiative (CDI) 2012 is coming to Washington, DC

October 19, 2012 admin 0

SANS Cyber Defense Initiative (CDI) 2012 will be back in DC on December 7 – 16. SANS is the one education organization known for developing those security skills now most in need. Every course, evening talk, and special event being offered at SANS CDI 2012 is geared to keep you on the cutting edge and to ensure that you have the knowledge and power required to fight against the actions of today’s cyber criminals. […]

EC-Council University Offering Ethical Hacking Scholarship

August 1, 2012 admin 0

EC-Council University (ECCU) is offering a full scholarship for its Master of Security Science (MSS) Program. The MSS prepares students for leadership positions in the cyber security industry. A 36-hour program, the course work can be completed online in as little as two years. Specifically the program offers in-depth instruction in the areas of ethical hacking, network security, digital forensics, disaster recovery, organizational structure and behavior, leadership and communication. […]

SC eSymposium: SIEM

July 25, 2012 SecurityOrb_Staff 1

Security information and event management (SIEM) systems are a critical part of any organization’s defense. By correlating and giving meaning to data from any number of tools — from intrusion detection systems and firewalls to web logs or flow data — SIEMs allow security teams to understand what’s happening on their networks. However, they can be difficult to deploy and sometimes even harder to make work. We explore just how some companies find help from SIEMs and what organizations be mindful of as they look to deploy these. […]

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