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SOURCE: Academy of Computer Education
Cyber security powerhouses, Advanced Security by TrainACE and Sourcefire, are collaborating with a top level SME, Joseph McCray to illustrate how to attack and defend Windows 8 in a free webinar.
Greenbelt, MD (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
Hackers are always trying to keep up with what’s new and now. Currently Windows 8 is what is new and hackers from all over, both ethical and malicious, are flocking to it to explore the program and rip it apart from the inside out. Advanced Security by TrainACE is, once again, ahead of the game and has already successfully hacked Windows 8 as an attempt to prepare to better secure it. Joseph McCray (Joe), one of the more popular figures in cyber security, is the brains behind the idea. TrainACE and Joseph McCray have teamed up with IDS leader Sourcefire to bring a free webinar that will demonstrate how to attack Windows 8 in order to best defend it.
During this free one hour webinar, they will demonstrate exactly how attackers will be targeting Windows 8 and how they will be attempting to get around its new security features. In addition, this the webinar will explore what measures can be taken to sure up the holes. Joe will also demonstrate how to use a new open-source solution from Sourcefire® called Razorback.
When a company such as Sourcefire®, creator of the open-source intrusion detection engine ‘Snort’, and a cyber-security training company like Advanced Security by TrainACE collaborate on something, it is sure to be worthwhile to viewers. Here’s the rundown of the webinar:
Topic: Attacking and Defending Windows 8
Date: December 6th, 2012
Time: 1pm – 2pm EST
TrainACE is a respected IT certification and information security training (http://www.trainace.com/) leader. TrainACE is known as one of the few training vendors in the world that produces open enrollment, five day, hands-on advanced information assurance and advanced security classes. Many of these classes can be further customized and fitted to better accommodate the training needs of any organization or mission objective. TrainACE has proudly been training IT professionals since 2001.
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