Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 8, 2007
With a focus on intensive hands-on labs and addressing real-time security issues, The Hacker Academy emphasizes a philosophy that information security is not only a technology issue. "Too much of security training still concentrates on product specific technology and not on the people themselves," says Aaron Cohen, President of The Hacker Academy. "As we continue to train more security professionals, they are telling us more budget should be spent on bringing people up to speed and recognizing that your people need to be as good as your technology solutions ... or better."
The Hacker Academy is proud to train students on the CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and the ECSA (Certified Security Analyst). They are now also able to deliver shorter workshops with lead instructor Ralph Echemendia using their own fresh curriculum.
The 2007 schedule, which is updated on their website, has course offerings in several cities in the US and Canada including locations in Orlando, Chicago, Washington DC, Vancouver and Toronto as well as onsite corporate and government training opportunities.
The Hacker Academy believes in strong curriculum and in its instructors, on their website you will find in depth bios on their world renowned instructors. "Delivering quality courses at a fair price is how we are setting a higher standard for hacker training," says Cohen.
About The Hacker Academy
The Hacker Academy specializes in information security training and produces the best courses that closely fit real time security issues and assures that all aspects of their products are of the highest quality. The Hacker Academy has been featured on CNBC, CBSnews.com, the Christian Science Monitor and more. With its headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, The Hacker Academy's instructors have extensive experience as consultants, authors and practitioners. For more information, visit http://www.thehackeracademy.com .
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