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Hacker Halted Information Security Conference

9 Jul 2010 - Hacker Halted USA 2010, an exciting information security conference hosted by EC-Council, will be taking place on the 9-15 October 2010 in Miami, Florida, USA. The African Information Security Association (AISA) is a supporting partner of the EC Council for the Hacker Halted conference. The EC-Council certifies individuals in information security skills and is the creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) program and many other programs.

Hacker Halted USA is a complete and comprehensive information security conference, with information security experts from all around the world. Presentations will be focus on cutting edge and global security threats.

The information security is expected to cover a wide variety of agenda that is international in nature, and addresses current critical issues.  

 

Hacker Halted is designed to be a complete and comprehensive conference cum workshop that will educate and equip its participants with the in-depth knowledge of understanding the vulnerabilities and the countermeasures to overcome the security infringements present today.

The Hacker Halted series is aimed at providing the opportunity to CEOs, COOs, CIOs, CFOs, Senior IT Professionals and all other decision makers to assess the best practices in acquiring, implementing, managing and measuring information security.
 

Hackers Are Here. Where Are You?
Join The World's Largest Reunion of Ethical Hackers in Miami!
http://www.hackerhalted.com


Hacker Halted is designed for today's demanding IT security professional from both public and private sector organizations: state, local and federal government agencies; military and law enforcement groups; SMEs and Fortune 2000 corporations, and communications companies deploying carrier-class security.

Conference - Cut the crap, show me the hack!
One new concept. A whole world of difference. All presentations are live hacking demos. No slides are permitted
Topics are coded
Revelation - New technology or techniques
Shock and Awe - Case studies with emphasis on what went wrong and what was done to rectify it
Battlefield ready - Working concepts which you can study and implement
First Edition - Groundbreaking tools, news, updates and techniques
which have been thoroughly researched, tested ad infinitum and never published


Topics that will be covered: Advance Hacking Techniques, Cloud Security, Cyber Warfare, Mobile Device Security, OS Vulnerabilities, Social Engineering, Viruses and Malware, WebApp Security

Promo codes are available for African Information Security Association (AISA) members to directly register for the conference and also the live trainings.

The three EC-Council Live Classes available for your choice are:

1. Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)

2. Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)

3. EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)
 


There are 2 promos currently running for AISA members:

1) Pay for the conference + choice of any live training (Free) -

Or

2) Pay for the conference+iPad (free)


CONTACT:

Reuben Raj
Program Partnership Director, EC-Council
reuben@eccouncil.org
 

 

AISA Content

 

AISA Content is provided by Jidaw Systems on behalf of The African Information Security Association (AISA)

 

Jidaw Systems Limited (Jidaw) is an information technology solution provider that specializes in IT Consulting, e-business, Content provision, Web Publishing, Computer Networking and Training. Jidaw Systems Limited, developed and runs www.jidaw.com .

 

 

IT Career Development.

 

A major focus of Jidaw (Mastercomputers) is the promotion of IT Career Development. Jidaw presents the monthly FREE IT Career Seminars to address career and certification issues for newcomers, career changers and IT professionals.

 

 

The Best Job in Information Technology

 

Success in IT Business (SITB) training program is designed to help individuals develop the Skills and Attitudes required to Create and Grow Profitable and Successful Information Technology (IT) businesses. Being Your Own Boss is the best IT job in Nigeria because what you do and how you do it in your information technology business is all up to you.

SITB is designed for Aspiring and Start-up entrepreneurs in the IT arena. Be Your Own Boss! Create Your Own Jobs! Become a Provider! Become a Wealth Creator!

 

 

 

 

 

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Aug 25, 2010

 

Temisan Osagie of Benin, Edo State, Nigeria says:

 

 

Are there special arrangements for students? We expect that AISA should do something about getting EC-Council programs in Nigeria. Thanks.

 

 

Sept 1, 2010

 

Felix Mensah of Accra, Ghana says:

 

 

This looks good. I will be contacting the Program director for pricing and other requirements. We need to invest in information security for our corporate bodies here in Ghana.

 

 


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