Alpine Security Brings “Cyber Defense Ineffectiveness and What We Can Do About It” Workshop to the 2020 SecureWorld Boston Conference
ST. LOUIS, MO – St. Louis-based firm Alpine Security (“Alpine”) has partnered with SecureWorld to offer the popular “Cyber Defense Ineffectiveness and What We Can Do About” workshop on March 24, 2020, the day before the SecureWorld Boston Conference (March 25-26, 2020). The workshop includes valuable group activities and exposes attendees to data gathered from real-world penetration tests, audits, and incident responses, while bringing attention to the current state of cyber defense. Attendees will become familiar with the Top 5 trending cybersecurity misconceptions and will learn actionable solutions and tools to approach cyber defense from a risk-based perspective. Upon completion of this 6-hour training session, attendees will be eligible to receive 6 CPEs.
Registration for the March 24th Boston SecureWorld PLUS workshop is currently open via the following website:
Throughout this training session, Alpine Security’s COO, Jana White, will candidly discuss the following key elements:
Despite all the Next-Gen tools, latest products, compliance requirements, etc., breaches still happen daily. Why is this, and what can we do about it?
Data gathered from real-world penetration tests, audits, and incident responses to focus on the current state of cyber defense.
Motivations, breaches, and primary tactics used by attackers.
Opportunities and solutions to address common issues such as how most organizations focus on the wrong items, how egos get in the way, how compliance doesn’t really help, how risk is rarely assessed, and how cloud migrations can actually make security worse.
About Jana White
Jana White is Alpine Security’s COO and has an extensive background in banking, compliance, and loss prevention. She serves as one of the fractional and virtual CISOs for Alpine Security clients. Jana has degrees in criminal justice and cybersecurity and is certified as a crime scene evidence technician. She also holds many cybersecurity certifications including Security+, CEH, CHFI, CAP, and CISSP. Jana is a trainer and public speaker for Alpine and has developed several of the private training courses requested by clients. Jana is a proud member of the 501st Legion Star Wars costuming group and is working on converting her garage into a droid building workshop.
About Alpine Security
Alpine Security (“Alpine”) is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business providing full-spectrum cybersecurity services and training. Alpine Security helps organizations reduce cybersecurity risk and empowers cybersecurity professionals with the skills necessary to effectively assist their organizations.
Alpine’s primary cybersecurity services include medical device cybersecurity assessment and penetration testing, fractional and virtual CISO, and full-spectrum penetration testing. Alpine’s highly certified and experienced team uses a proven and trusted methodology. Alpine’s medical device cybersecurity division aims to make healthcare a secure industry.
Alpine’s cybersecurity training offers private and public training with an emphasis on cybersecurity certifications, such as CISSP, CEH, Security+. Alpine also offers custom-developed training, such as Network Traffic Analysis, Penetration Testing, and Malware Analysis.
For over 18 years, SecureWorld has stayed on top of global IT security issues and shared the critical knowledge and tools needed to protect against ever-evolving threats. Through their network of industry experts, thought leaders, practitioners, and solution providers, SecureWorld collaborates to produce leading-edge, relevant content and educational opportunities.
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