ST. LOUIS, MO - St. Louis-based cybersecurity consulting and training firm, Alpine Security ("Alpine"), has been awarded GSA Schedule 70. Alpine's...
ST. LOUIS, MO - St. Louis-based firm Alpine Security ("Alpine") has partnered with SecureWorld to offer the popular "Cyber Defense...
ST. LOUIS, MO - St. Louis-based firm Alpine Security ("Alpine") aims to secure the healthcare industry from cyberattacks. One way Alpine...
Alpine Security makes their On-Demand cybersecurity training platform available for the public. The first course available on this multimedia platform is GDPR Awareness Training.
Alpine Security has created a data breach prevention audit designed to reveal weaknesses that could be leveraged by cyber criminals. Alpine Security’s innovative Breach Prevention Audit is designed to quantifiably measure the risk of a data breach.
Alpine Security, a cybersecurity firm specializing in cybersecurity strategy for small to medium-sized businesses, announced the addition of fractional and virtual CISO services to their professional offerings. “A data breach can cripple an SMB or even cause them to go out of business, resulting in job loss and negative economic impact. Our vCISO program helps prevent breaches while maturing cybersecurity capabilities in alignment with business objectives.” – Christian Espinosa, Alpine Security CEO
Alpine Security, a favorite local firm offering cybersecurity risk management services and cybersecurity certification training, kicks off their first back-to-school supply drive. “Lower income families have many hurdles to overcome. We want to take some of the burden off of them by providing school supplies for as many children as we can” says Jana White, Alpine Security’s Chief Operating Officer.
Christian Espinosa, CEO of Alpine Security, candidly discusses the top five common information security misconceptions and what trends are contributing to our cyber defense ineffectiveness, while teaching actionable solutions and tools to approach cyber defense and to create a more secure world.
The Alpine Security Cyber Infinity Programs consists of 12 months of unlimited certification training for $9,995. Included in the fee for the Cyber Infinity program are all course materials, remote labs, one exam voucher per class, and the Alpine Security exam pass guarantee. The Alpine Security Exam Pass guarantee allows students to retake a class free of charge if they do not feel ready for the exam after going through the training, or if they do not pass the exam in their first attempt. All Alpine Security’s certification training course offerings are included in the program.
Alpine Security understands the risk that vulnerable medical and IoMT (Internet of Medical Things) devices pose to healthcare delivery organizations and patients. Alpine Security wants to do something about it. One of their 2019 initiatives is sponsoring the Archimedes 2019 Medical Device Security 101 Conference. Alpine Security believes community support and collaboration are necessary to develop effective and industry-accepted solutions for medical device security.
Alpine Security announces they are extending their Holiday Discount to December 31, 2018. The Alpine discount is 30% off any publicly scheduled cybersecurity course on their current schedule, which goes through the end of June 2019. All training is offered Live Online and In-Person.
From medication administration to remote sensor monitoring, embedded medical devices are improving the quality of care and increasing interaction with their providers. While this technology was most certainly created with good intentions, the lack of security in product design phases is a major concern – a concern that will likely materialize into malicious action with grave consequences.
Alpine Security announces they now offer the EC-Council Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO) course. This executive-level course prepares current and prospective CISOs for broader concerns and challenges in the pursuit and maintenance of an effective information security program.
Alpine Security is excited to announce that they are a Bronze Sponsor of SecureWorld Denver, October 31 to November 1, 2018.
Alpine Security announces they now offer the complete CompTIA Cybersecurity Track. For the first time, a vendor-neutral CompTIA cybersecurity career pathway will exist for IT professionals to achieve cybersecurity mastery, from beginning to end.
Alpine Security, an award-winning EC-Council ATC, now offers every EC-Council course in the penetration testing progression. All courses include an exam pass guarantee and are offered live in-person and live online.
The PenTest+ is a brand new vendor-neutral penetration testing certification from CompTIA. Alpine Security is a CompTIA partner and is well positioned to teach this course because they routinely perform penetration testing for clients across multiple industries.
Alpine Security, HIPAAComplete, and Displays That Pay are putting on a new webinar series focused on healthcare cybersecurity and how providers can protect patient data and medical devices from cyberattacks.
Alpine Security’s Daniel “Doc” Sewell provided a couple enlightening sessions yesterday on “cybersecurity attacks and how to avoid becoming the next victim” at the Business & Industry Innovation Summit, held at John Wood Community College in Quincy, IL
Alpine Security (“Alpine”), an established innovator in cybersecurity solutions serving clients worldwide, has unveiled the Exam Pass Guarantee, an exciting new program designed to offer unprecedented benefits to clients of all sizes.
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