Greenbelt, Maryland (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
TrainACE, an information technology training company, is excited to offer the next generation defensive technique of honey nets and honey pots to their world of advanced cyber security boot camps. This innovative new technique is spearheading a new wave of technology which is giving the good guys an easy way to capture intruders who are attempting to breach a network for the purpose of gaining access to unauthorized data or information.
The concept of honeynetting is fairly simple with a more complex purpose. A honeynet is a network of honeypots set up to entice unauthorized users, hackers, into attempting to access a virtual network. These honeypots have intentionally visible vulnerabilities to make sure that the people trying to access it are indeed intruders. This is a mock network set up for this sole purpose. There is no authorized communication flowing in or out, so there is no noise present to sort through to find the attacker’s information. These are all techniques and features that attendees can expect to conquer in TrainACE’s, “Honeynetting: Understanding, Deploying, and Maintaining Honey Pots, Honey Nets, and Honey Farms.” In this honey potting - honey netting - honey farming training class, you will see how the AV companies collect malware and its variants and get an introduction as to how they analyze it.
“Not only are you going to capture the bad guys, but you’re going to analyze and assess what their tools and motives are,” says TrainACE’s CEO Ralph P. Sita, Jr. “These skills are allowing individuals to build better and more sufficient Anti-Virus programs within their organization’s infrastructures. It’s becoming a necessary tool for any cyber ninja to have in their belt.”
Advanced Security by TrainACE is an international, award winning leader of cyber and IT security training. TrainACE specializes in advancing the accessibility of bleeding edge cyber security skill sets, such as honey pots, through their ever evolving advanced course offerings as well as their free hacking resources.