Event Date/Time: Nov 10, 2005
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Description

So how does the Hacker hack? That is the main question that the Technical Security Designer & Coordinator should ask. It is unacceptable that he will try to design, deploy and defend its architecture without deep understanding about how Hackers think, manipulate and act. This knowledge is the base for the Defense Techniques knowledge.

Prime View's Hacking Defined Summit provides delegates with the awareness, essential skills and guidelines to protect their systems from malicious intrusion attacks performed by hackers.

We know that technologies can’t stop hackers, but only hacker with technologies can stop a hacker.

Defining a system against hackers is similar to playing chess. You know the rules, you have the technologies, and you know how to use them. But can you really play?

Nobody teaches you how to play the real game!

HACKING DEFINED
• Understand the Hacker
• Learn the Techniques
• Grasp the Mentality
• Defend your assets

AUDIENCE

Information security officers, security consultants, system and network administrators, or anyone with Security+ certified.


PREREQUISITIES

This course is practical and of an extremely technical nature, so a good understanding of networking, security, programming, UNIX/Linux and Windows platforms is essential.

Venue

500 8th Ave, Suite 907
New York
New York
United States
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