[SASAG] Cyber Forensics and Cybersecurity - February 29 Seminar: No Cost

Steve Hailey steve.hailey at cybersecurityacademy.com
Wed Feb 19 10:25:27 PST 2020


REAL CSI - CYBER FORENSICS AND CYBERSECURITY: FEBRUARY 29, 2020 - FREE SEMINAR

 

This seminar is appropriate for all audiences and experience levels and is open to the public. Please pass on to your coworkers, friends, and family.  Two of our December 2019 seminar attendees discovered credit card skimmers during the holidays; one was installed in a gas station pump and one was being used in an ATM at a convenience store. Both said they would not have noticed these had it not been for what they learned in the seminar! 

 

Enroll In The Seminar: https://RealCSI.eventbrite.com

 

SEMINAR OVERVIEW/TOPICS
Want to learn how hackers buy and sell your information using a little-known part of the World Wide Web called the Dark Web? How about ways to protect yourself from credit card scams? You'll learn about these topics and much, much more at this seminar.  This is an educational seminar, not a four-hour sales pitch on taking classes at EdCC. EdCC's degree and certificate programs in cybersecurity and digital forensics will be covered at the start of the seminar, then we will move on to cover topics including:

*	The Dark Web Versus Deep Web
*	How Your Credit Card Data is Stolen and Sold
*	Measures to Protect Yourself
*	Cases Worked by Steve and Mike
*	Digital Forensic Analysis Overview
*	Advanced Data Recovery / Recovering Data for Oso
*	Ethical Hacking and Cybersecurity

YOUR INSTRUCTORS AND HOSTS
Your instructors and hosts for this seminar are subject matter experts in Cyberterrorism for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) programs and have trained Department of Defense (DoD) and Federal law enforcement personnel to protect some of the most aggressively targeted information systems in the world within our nation's critical infrastructure.  Both Steve and Mike have served as cybersecurity instructors, subject matter experts, and curriculum developers for Texas A & M University. In addition, they have supported the Federal Bureau of Investigation on organized cybercrime matters, and are trusted consultants to the Fortune 500 regarding cybersecurity and digital forensics. 

WIRELESS ACCESS
Wireless access will be provided, but power outlets will be scarce. If you are bringing a computing device with you (not required whatsoever), be sure to bring it fully charged!

FOOD AND DRINK
You are welcome to bring food and drink into the classroom. 

QUESTIONS?
If you have questions, please contact Steve Hailey: shailey at edcc.edu <mailto:shailey at edcc.edu> 

 

Enroll In The Seminar: https://RealCSI.eventbrite.com  

 

EdCC Students Battle Cybercriminals <https://www.youtube.com/embed/KUHI9-EokuM>  

 

Regards,

 

Steve Hailey, ACE, C|CISO, CEH, CEI, CDRE, CHFI, CISSP, CTT, DFCP

Cyber Defense and Digital Forensics Instructor <http://infosec.edcc.edu/instructors.html> 

20000 68th Ave. W, Lynnwood, WA 98036 |  <http://edcc.edu/> edcc.edu

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