A multitude of organizations in today’s high-tech world are realizing that it's not a matter of ’if’, but ’when’ a significant security incident will happen.
King of Prussia, PA (PRWEB) November 09, 2012
Allied InfoSecurity announced today that it will provide a free, truly informative “Security Forensics” Webinar to be held on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, beginning at 2:00 PM (EST). The presentation will focus on key issues and best practices in the use of forensic techniques when responding to an information security incident.
Allied’s information security and forensics specialists are trained and experienced in both the use of industry-standard and court-approved tools, as well as proper evidence handling and chain of custody requirements. They can bring an “attacker’s mindset” to the investigation, which “thinks” beyond the digital evidence trail when it comes to identifying and remediating root causes of an incident.
“A multitude of organizations in today’s high-tech world are realizing that it's not a matter of ’if’, but ’when’ a significant security incident will happen,” says Patty Hyatt Pezely, Chief Security Operations Officer with Allied InfoSecurity, “and the fact that disruptive security events frequently occur.”
Presenting on behalf of Allied InfoSecurity will be Michael Daveler, Senior IT Security Consultant. He applies a unique combination of 25+ years of deep security and IT management and technical experience, and has been directly involved with Incident Response and Forensic Investigations. This includes real life episodes resulting from internal employee abuse, virus infections and external hacker cyber-attacks. Mr. Daveler's credentials include CISSP, GPEN, MCSE, Security+.
This Webinar is part of Allied InfoSecurity’s popular Essential Knowledge Series, in which their certified security professionals promote awareness and share highly practical advice on important information security topics. To register for this event, click on the Webinar title in this article or visit Allied InfoSecurity's website.