TrainACE Offers Free Hacking Training on Advanced Persistent Threat and Malware
An internationally awarded hacking and cyber security training company announces that they will be holding a free seminar on Advanced Persistent Threat and malware.
Online PR News – 25-February-2013 – Greenbelt, MD – TrainACE is an internationally awarded IT and cyber security training company. They have announced that they will be holding a free hacking training seminar on the wildly popular topics of Advanced Persistent Threat and malware. The event is completely free and will include deep discussion as well as live demonstrations from industry Subject Matter Expert instructors. As a training leader, TrainACE strives to provide their customer base with free resources such as webinars, videos, white papers as well as their Hackerís Breakfast series.
“For the last two years we have been focusing on giving our customer base a network of resources to continue learning even when they arenít in a classroom with us. The Hackerís Breakfast series has been such a popular event that we figured we would open it up to a much bigger audience this time.”
This Hackerís Breakfast event will be held on April 3rd from 8:15am until 12:30pm. They have opened the event up to anyone interested. In order to accommodate the expected turnout they will be holding the event at the Hilton Garden Inn in Greenbelt, MD, which is next door to their headquarters. The schedule for the event includes breakfast until 9am, the two presenters until 12pm and then attendees can ask questions with the instructors until 12:30pm. Some of the topics include malware, zero day exploits, honey farming and more. TrainACE President and CEO Ralph P. Sita, Jr., CPA had this to say, ďFor the last two years we have been focusing on giving our customer base a network of resources to continue learning even when they arenít in a classroom with us. The Hackerís Breakfast series has been such a popular event that we figured we would open it up to a much bigger audience this time.Ē
In addition to the breakfast and free hacking training, TrainACE will also be issuing attendees with a certificate of completion so that they may be able to use the event for CEUís towards maintaining other industry certifications such as the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). Also sponsoring the event is Government technology services firm n2grate.
TrainACE has been providing IT and cyber security training since 2001 and is known as a progressive cyber security company because of their unique ability to create very advanced courseware such as their Advanced Exploit Development class and their Advanced Mobile Hacking and Security class. Visit their website to find out more about TrainACE and their training offerings. To register for the free Hackerís Breakfast training seminar visit the website: www.HackersBreakfast.com
TrainACE is an IT and Cyber Security training company that offers standard IT certification classes as well as advanced, customized security courses.