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The Best Things in Life are Overseas: IT Employment Opps

Posted by Katrina Lowe on Dec 8, 2014 3:27:46 PM


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It's Survey Time Again...Enter to win a Free iPad!

Posted by Katrina Lowe on Oct 20, 2014 9:18:03 AM

2014 is wrapping up quickly, and 2015 will be here before you know it! It's no secret that the start of a new year is commonly associated with change---the trend of 'new year's resolutions' is a mainstay in popular culture. Here at TrainACE, we're gearing up for the new year as well---and we're interested to find out what 'new year's resolutions' you have for the IT industry! What changes would you like to see in the industry in 2015? Would you prefer that things stay the same? Or do you have a drastic shift in mind? Let us know in our brief survey, and enter to win an Apple iPad! Help us improve ourselves for you!

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Take Our Cyber Security Survey - Win An iPad

Posted by Katrina Lowe on Apr 9, 2014 9:36:03 AM

With the recent surge of data breaches at major corporations, several businesses are revisiting their cyber security infrastructure. Are the current methods in place strong enough to safeguard sensitive data? Or is there an immediate need to amend the network?

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Hunting Cyber Threats with Big Data: Our Latest Webinar

Posted by Katrina Lowe on Feb 21, 2014 2:38:28 PM

Alarmed by the number of major data breaches occurring lately?

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Topics: Big Data, big data analysis, cyber threats, data breaches, free webinar, hunting cyber threats, Security, webinar

Process Injection: A New CEH Lab Demo Video

Posted by Katrina Lowe on Oct 25, 2013 10:45:00 AM

Want an inside look at the new content we've added to our Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) training course? Then make sure you check out our lab demonstration video on Process Injection using Metasploit Framework and Syringe! In the video, Christian Crank, Penetration Testing Subject Matter Expert from  TrainACE's Advanced Security branch, demonstrates how to use Metasploit Framework and Syringe to avoid IDS/IPS and antiviruses in order to successfully create a command shell. The video breaks down how to prevent a failed process injection in order to fight back against damaging malicious code using accessible tools that every certified ethical hacker can master.

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Topics: advanced security, ceh, ceh certfication, certified ethical hacker, certified ethical hacker training, cyber security, metasploit, metasploit framework, process injection, syringe, Uncategorized

Sourcefire Becomes New Sponsor for P0WNAG3

Posted by Katrina Lowe on Oct 17, 2013 8:30:54 AM

Sourcefire, the cyber security company now a part of Cisco, has just confirmed its sponsorship of P0WNAG3. Sourcefire signs on to support the free cyber security summit hosted by TrainACE on November 6 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Greenbelt, MD. P0WNAG3 will feature panel discussions from top industry professionals, breaking information on threat intelligence and mobile app hacking. Attendees will have the chance to learn more about emerging trends in cyber security directly from the top influencers in the country, with live hacking demonstrations too.

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Topics: cisco, cyber, Cyber Summit, cybersecurity, Free, IT, P0WNAG3, Sourcefire, Uncategorized

Honey Netting Hacker’s Breakfast Seminar Recording Now Available

Posted by Katrina Lowe on Jun 11, 2013 4:45:59 AM

With over 100 attendees, our latest Hacker’s Breakfast Training Seminar was a huge success. We partnered with FireEye to bring those in attendance two subject matter experts speaking on a theme of Advanced Persistent Threat. TrainACE’s key note, Timber Wolfe, spent over an hour discussing the emerging technology of Honey Pots and how vital these tools are becoming to help analyze and catch unwanted visitors of a network. The wait is now over and this seminar can be viewed in its entirety here:

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Topics: Security