"We’re excited to be part of this year’s AFCEA virtual event and extend our cybersecurity expertise to attendees. This is an excellent opportunity for those in the field to get up to date on cybersecurity and learn how to improve cyber defense." - Christian Espinosa, Alpine Security CEO
O'FALLON, Ill. (PRWEB) September 24, 2020
Alpine Security, a leader in cybersecurity training, will be hosting two virtual training events in coordination with AFCEA, a nonprofit organization for military, government, and industries to collaborate on technology. These courses are part of the AFCEA Mid-America Cyberspace Conference, which will be completely online this year.
Alpine Security will host two interactive pre-conference training sessions to kick off the event. Both sessions will be on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. The cost to attend is $247 and available to all attendees that have a full 2020 registration.
First is Cyber Defense Ineffectiveness and What We Can Do About It, presented by Jana White, COO of Alpine Security. Attendees will learn about the current threat landscape, which is still prolific even in a time of vigilance, compliance, and advanced tools. The session will look into the proliferation of attacks, providing insights with data gathered from penetration testing, audits, and incident response.
The presentation will offer solutions to common issues and the biggest challenges that face compliance, including cloud migration and adoption. Participants will also engage in group exercises to further knowledge and comprehension.
Next, is Ethical Hacking Made Easy, presented by Alpine Security CEO Christian Espinosa and Myles Kellerman, Sr. Cybersecurity Engineer and Trainer, Alpine Security. This session will focus on the basics of ethical hacking with a framework.
During the course, attendees will perform both active and passive reconnaissance, network enumeration, vulnerability identification, and other exploitation activities. This hands-on session requires the installation of VirtualBox.
“We’re excited to be part of this year’s AFCEA virtual event and extend our cybersecurity expertise to attendees. This is an excellent opportunity for those in the field to get up to date on cybersecurity and learn how to improve cyber defense,” Espinosa shared.
To learn more about these classes and to register, please visit https://www.afceacyberconference.com/Agenda/Pre-Conference-Trainings. Space is limited for both events.
ABOUT ALPINE SECURITY
Alpine Security is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) formed in 2014. Founder Christian Espinosa, an expert in the field of cybersecurity, recognized the need for cybersecurity solutions for organizations to be more big picture than simply under the microscope. The company provides cybersecurity training, penetration testing, risk assessments, audits, and more. Learn more at alpinesecurity.com.