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Is Your Website Really Secure?

With expert Robert Hurlbut
Recorded on July 18, 2018

The OWASP consortium spent most of 2017 re-evaluating the OWASP Top 10 list to insure the top internet threats are still relevant today. After much debating, the group released the new list which includes new threats. Don’t become a casualty because you and your development team are not aware of these new vulnerabilities. Security expert Robert Hurlbut will run through these new entries into the Top 10 as well as demonstrate how one of these threats operates. Sign up today!

PMBOK® Guide 6: Project Management Gets Rebooted

With expert Steve Caseley
Recorded on June 21, 2018

In this webinar Steve will review the changes that PMI introduced with the 6th edition in Nov 2017, and probably more importantly how this is reflected in the new PMP exam that rolled out in March 2018. Join us to ensure that you’re up to date and ready to take and pass your PMP certification exam and take the next step in advancing your career in project management.

Computer Forensics: Do Not Become Another Statistic

With expert David Bigger
Recorded on May 31, 2018

Computer forensics are a major topic in today’s infrastructures. The need for a professional to analyze hard drives, learn the steps of forensic process, and know data acquisition techniques cannot be under stated. In our ever-changing cyber world with cloud computing, emails, network, web applications and mobile devices a breach is inevitable. This webinar will show you the importance of Computer Forensics for any business and what is involved in getting certified.

Cyber Security: Education is Everything

With expert Martin Schaeferle
Recorded on February 08, 2018

Many of the most publicized breaches were a result of poor decisions by one or a few individuals. For example, Sony’s hackers were said to have used internal employees to "let them into the building." Equifax's IT team waited too long to implement a security patch. And the NSA had classified data stolen from a personal laptop already infected with malware. Hackers are finding social engineering far easier than brute force. This means good company-wide education and enforced policies are becoming critical in staying ahead. This webinar will take look at the state of corporate security and highlight some of the major areas to consider when it comes to cyber security and protecting you and your company..

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