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Windows Security & Forensics


Very soon there will be a new Microsoft Virtual Academy Course available to watch , which will cover Windows , Security and Forensics’. Keep an eye at MVA web site and my blog for details.

Every organization must prepare for cyber-crime occurring on their computer systems and within their networks. Are you able to investigate crimes like fraud, insider threats, industrial espionage, employee misuse, and computer intrusion?


The time has come that every IT Pro must learn to recover key intelligence from Windows systems.
Join this session to learn from the master Erdal Ozkaya, to get your act together and to become a digital forensic professional, incident responder and media exploitation master capable of piecing together what happened on windows systems second by second. Erdal joins forces with Hasain 'the Wolf' Alshakarti and Raymond Comvalius to show how cyber-crime happens and what you can do to prevent and respond when it occurs.

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By Garrett Baldwin as published in Modern Trader Magazine

This is a story about cyber security and its effect on traders.

It’s about vulnerabilities in a financial system that over-relies on technology to make trading faster and more efficient.

For traders and investors, the desire for ease-of-use and functionality that expedites buying and selling has been developed by application developers who typically underestimate security risks.

For brokerages, investment firms and exchanges, cyber security has become one of the most important concerns of the 21st century. The July software glitch at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) immediately reminded traders of the 2010 event in which Russian hackers placed a “cyber bomb” on the Nasdaq.

It never detonated, but it’s curious that it took four years for government officials to conclude their investigation and release information to the media. Cyber attacks are a sensitive topic. 

No company wants to admit that it has been hacked. No exchange wants to divulge the reality that hackers are constantly looking for vulnerabilities in their systems. And no one wants to explain to traders how they should react after a breach in the markets. 
It’s time to have an honest conversation about cyber security. 

What are the risks in the future, and, more importantly, what can traders and investors do to ensure they are taking the right steps to protect themselves?

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I'm glad to announce this year I will be speaking at EC Council's leading "Hacker" Conference, "Hacker Halted" again.

The session will be in All Things Technical track and will cover " An Anotomy of a Cyber Attack".

Before that i will be also attending EC Council's Partner Conference as part of Review Board Member to launch the updated certifications as annouinced earlier in a different blog post.

About Hacker Halted

Hacker Halted is a global series of Computer and Information Security conferences presented by EC-Council. The objective of the Hacker Halted conferences is to raise international awareness towards increased education and ethics in IT Security.

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Are you an expert in network security or information assurance? If so, we need your help.

Logical Operations, along with Examplify, LLC, is looking for subject matter experts in the network security or information assurance fields to validate the objectives of the new Logical Operations CFR-210 examination. 

To help us achieve this, please fill out the 20-minute survey via the link below. 1 in 5 participants will receive a $25 Amazon gift card!


The goal of the CyberSec First Responder (CFR) exam is to certify that a successful candidate has the knowledge and skills to monitor and analyze network resources to detect, identify, and respond to potential and real threats; address a changing threat landscape; perform root cause analysis; determine scope; and accurately report results to recommend remediation actions.

In order to properly evaluate and analyze these objectives, we need your help in completing the survey below. Your feedback will help us make the industry more secure by ensuring that security professionals are equipped to protect their organizations from cyber-attacks.



This blog post is like an all-star security heaven

It will help you to learn from the best in the in industry. It has all what you need to understand on what is going on today in the security industry . It will help you gain Security certifications again for FREE.

Certifications like EC Council Hacking Countermeasures or ISC’s CISSP, sessions from Mark Russinovich to Hasain Alshakarti, Marcus Murray to Paula, Andy , Raymond and of course my self J

Of course I could not fit all the legends in but , this is a good way to kick start your career or start protect your IT environment.



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Dear Readers,

I will be presenting in the MarketMagnitude , Technology Seminar in Dubai at H Hotel Sheikh Zayet Road, from 9 Am till 3:30 PM. We can meet and have a lunch together. If you are in Dubai please feel free to join us.

The offical invite :

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The Cybercrime Security Forum is a global security initiative. It has benefitted audiences from all over the world. It teaches how to fully protect against cyber crime, widely recognised as an increasingly dangerous threat. 

The team is renowned internationally and widely consulted by many of the world's largest organisations because of their unprecedented knowledge and foresight in the cyber crime arena

I am pleased and humble to announce that I will be joining Cybercrime Security Forum 2015 Team

About Cybercrime Security Forum 

For over eight years the Cybercrime Security Forum team have delivered high quality security content to thousands of security professionals worldwide. From Cyprus to Dubai and Iceland to Norway. Our events provide not only the best of international content but also guest speakers who bring their own local flare to each event.

Apart from attending sessions The Cybercrime Security Forum is also a great opportunity for atendees to interact in order to learn and build long term relationships.

For 2015 we continue to push the Boundaries to ensure that you are ready to not only meet the latest security challenges.

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