The definitive event for information security professionals

15 – 19 May 2017

Training18 & 19 May – Focus Rooms, Sunninghill

Based on the success of 2016 we will offer a number of training courses to ensure that you and are your staff leave the event informed and upskilled!

Attendees from last year had the following to say about Ethical Hacking 101: 'excellent'; 'informative'; 'well-structured'; 'awesome'. Learners that attended the Wireless Hacking 101 had the following to say: 'excellent'; 'good'.

As a result of this positive feedback both courses are back again in 2017.

NEW in 2017

International trainers Francis Alexander, information security researcher and author of the NoSQL Exploitation Framework, and Bharadwaj Machiraju project leader for OWASP OWTF present: WebSec 101. This course covers intermediate aspects of Web Security, which range from highlighting the basics like SQL injection, RCE to intermediate attacks like JSON hijacking, testing OAuth for vulnerabilities and automating these tasks for better vulnerability assessments.

Data Privacy & Protection of Personal Information Training

This course addresses two closely related topics: Data Privacy and the Protection of Personal Information.

Ethical Hacking 101

This course, while remaining ethical in its approach, will ensure that students understand and are able to get from the perimeter right into the heart of networks and systems.

WebSec 101

This course covers intermediate aspects of WebSecurity, which range from highlighting the basics like SQL injection, RCE to intermediate attacks like JSON hijacking.

Wireless Hacking 101

This course aims to demystify wireless network security and teach attendees how to improve wireless LAN security.

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