Securing the Cloud:
Cyber Security Conference
NOTE: Registration Deadline is Wednesday, January 9.
Presented by the Business & Community Institute, Lansing Community College in partnership with the Capital Area IT Council
Our growing dependence on cyberspace has created new vulnerabilities that are exploited as fast as or faster than an organization can respond. Cyber attacks can heavily impact business losses as they can cause economic damage, physical destruction, and even the loss of human life. They constitute a serious challenge to U.S. national security and demand greater attention from American leaders. Printable flyer
Cyber Security: Defending Critical Infrastructure - January 23
This valuable workshop will give you the information you need to address cyber security and help to defend critical infrastructure. $325 Find out more
Understanding IT Governance:
Using COBIT, ITIL, ISO 27002 and Six Sigma - January 24 and 25
This special, in-depth seminar will provide vital information you need to effectively identify the most important actions for management in achieving control over IT processes. $1,200 for this 2-day seminar. Find out more
Sign up for all three days! $1,285 (lunch provided each day)
Who should Attend:
Information Technology professionals, IT Managers, IT Auditors, Information Security Managers and Analysts, Systems Administrators.
Course Materials will be provided.
About the Presenter:
Peter T. Davis (CISA, CISSP, CSP, CMA, ISP, CNA, CMC, CCNA, CWNA, CISM, COBIT Foundation Certificate, ITIL Foundation Certificate and Accredited COBIT Implementation Trainer, CISSP Accredited Trainer, SSGB, CGEIT) is the Principal of Peter Davis+Associates, a management consulting firm specializing in the security, audit and control of information. Prior to founding PDA, Mr. Davis' private sector experience included stints with two large Canadian banks and a manufacturing company. He was formerly a principal in the Information Systems Audit practice of Ernst & Young. In the public sector, Mr. Davis was Director of Information Systems Audit in the Office of the Provincial Auditor (Ontario). a 26-year information systems audit and security veteran, Mr. Davis' career includes positions as security administrator, security planner, consultant, and information systems auditor.
Mr. Davis has written or co-written 11 books including "Hacking Wireless Networks for Dummies," "Wireless Networks for Dummies," "Computer Security for Dummies," "Securing Client/Server Computer Networks," "Teach Yourself Windows 2000 Server in 21 Days," and "Securing and Controlling Cisco Routers." Peter is listed in the International Who's Who of Professionals. He is a past Editor of EDPACS, a monthly publication for security and audit professionals.
The Business & Community Institute
Phone: (517) 483-1857
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