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Dear EDUCAUSE Security community, On April 29th and 30th Columbia University will be sponsoring the SEC464 Hacker Guard training for desktop and system administrators. The program will run from 9am to 5pm on both days. Hacker Guard is a technical security awareness program for privileged users in sensitive roles. Some of the key components of the Hacker Guard program are as follows: 1. Knowing what's normal/abnormal for Windows, Linux and Unix Operating Systems. 2. Develop a savvier approach of knowing your networks quirks and capabilities. 3. Security awareness from a technical point of view for individuals with networking experience. 4. Develop better lines of communication amongst various IT Departments to avoid segregation. The tuition for Hacker Guard covers continuing education for a year, over 14+ hands on labs, and program materials. The original tuition cost is $2,295 per student, however through the University Consortium program, it would be $1,200 per student for 10 enrolled students. To register at this price you will want to make sure to use discount code: remote31647. For more than 30+ enrolled students, please contact Jenn Herroon (jherroon@sans.org) from SANS for pricing. To register please visit: https://www.sans.org/simulcast/details/sec464-29apr2013-john-strand. Hacker Guard will be delivered through SANS vLive webcast format. For additional information on the Hacker Guard curriculum, attached is a program syllabus. If you have any questions about this course, how to enroll, or anything else please contact Jenn from SANS. Her contact information is as listed: Jenn Herroon Business Development, SANS 464; Hacker Guard P: 402.202.2672 | Skype: jenn.herroon | W: www.sans.org/hacker-guard Thank you very much. I hope that you might attend! Erik Decker Assistant Director of Information Security Columbia University Medical Center 51 Audubon, 1-106 New York, NY 10032 tel: 212-342-0268 cell: 347-501-0946 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ “This electronic message is intended to be for the use only of the named recipient, and may contain information that is confidential or privileged. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the contents of this message is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message in error or are not the named recipient, please notify us immediately by contacting the sender at the electronic mail address noted above, and delete and destroy all copies of this message. Thank you.” ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Dear EDUCAUSE Security community, On April 29th and 30th Columbia University will be sponsoring the SEC464 Hacker Guard training for desktop and system administrators. The program will run from 9am to 5pm on both days. Hacker Guard is a technical security awareness program for privileged users in sensitive roles. Some of the key components of the Hacker Guard program are as follows: 1. Knowing what's normal/abnormal for Windows, Linux and Unix Operating Systems. 2. Develop a savvier approach of knowing your networks quirks and capabilities. 3. Security awareness from a technical point of view for individuals with networking experience. 4. Develop better lines of communication amongst various IT Departments to avoid segregation. The tuition for Hacker Guard covers continuing education for a year, over 14+ hands on labs, and program materials. The original tuition cost is $2,295 per student, however through the University Consortium program, it would be $1,200 per student for 10 enrolled students. To register at this price you will want to make sure to use discount code: remote31647. For more than 30+ enrolled students, please contact Jenn Herroon (jherroon@sans.org) from SANS for pricing. To register please visit: https://www.sans.org/simulcast/details/sec464-29apr2013-john-strand. Hacker Guard will be delivered through SANS vLive webcast format. For additional information on the Hacker Guard curriculum, attached is a program syllabus. If you have any questions about this course, how to enroll, or anything else please contact Jenn from SANS. Her contact information is as listed: Jenn Herroon Business Development, SANS 464; Hacker Guard P: 402.202.2672 | Skype: jenn.herroon | W: www.sans.org/hacker-guard Thank you very much. I hope that you might attend! Erik Decker Assistant Director of Information Security Columbia University Medical Center 51 Audubon, 1-106 New York, NY 10032 tel: 212-342-0268 cell: 347-501-0946 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ “This electronic message is intended to be for the use only of the named recipient, and may contain information that is confidential or privileged. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the contents of this message is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message in error or are not the named recipient, please notify us immediately by contacting the sender at the electronic mail address noted above, and delete and destroy all copies of this message. Thank you.” ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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