Tuesday March 24th 2020
9:00am
Venue Hilton Garden Inn Sacramento Airport Natomas
20 Advantage Court
Sacramento, CA 95834

CYBERSECURITY BOOT CAMP 

REGISTER HERE

 

Government departments and businesses are in dire need of talent to safeguard organizations against proliferating cyber threats. 

This two day cybersecurity boot camp is specially designed for IT professionals and Cybersecurity professionals to provide overview and insights into cybersecurity, including how to protect organizational infrastructure, networks, and data from compromised programs and undetected breaches.  

Date: March 24 & 25, 2020 

Time: 9 am to 4 pm 

Venue: Hilton Garden Inn, Sacramento.  

Topics: 

  • Networking and Security Basics 
  • Cybersecurity Management, Monitoring, and Analysis 
  • Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing 
  • Network Security Telemetry 
  • Digital Forensics and Incident Response 
  • Mobile Device Security 
  • Internet of Things (IoT) Security 
  • Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) 
  • Cybersecurity Organization - Cyber Coach, Red Teams, Blue Teams, GRC 
  • Keynote 
  • Panel discussion 
  • Happy hours Networking  

Who Should Attend: 

  • Leadership and Team members security organizations (CISO office) 
  • Systems/Network/Databases Administrators, Architects, Developers 
  • Teams involved in Cybersecurity Compliance 
  • Anyone with interest in cybersecurity 

Registration Fees: 

  • Early Bird Registration: $600 
  • General Registration: $750 

 

Public Sector Discount: 

Special 10% discount is available for public sector employees (local, state, federal, education, and utilities). Discount is applicable for early-bird registrations also. 

 

***   Schedule   *** 

Day 1: 

  • Registration 
  • Changing dynamics of Cybersecurity 
  • Spoofing attacks and safeguards 
  • Google Hacking 
  • Trojans, Viruses and Worms 
  • Web Application Hacking 
  • Mobile & Wireless Hacking 
  • Buffer Overflows & Reverse Engineering 
  • Cryptography 
  • Phishing 
  • Email Hacking 
  • Web Server Hacking 
  • Happy hours & networking 

Day 2:  

  • Keynote speaker 
  • Mobile device security 
  • IOT Security 
  • Botnet attacks 
  • Nextgen attacks 
  • Countermeasures and case studies 
  • Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) 
  • Cyber Org - Cyber Coach, Red Teams, Blue Teams, GRC 
  • Careers in Cybersecurity 
  • Panel discussion 

Certificate of Participation: 

A certificate of participation will be provided to all participants attending the bootcamp.  

 

Things to note: 

  1. The session starts at sharp 9am on both days.
  2. Breakfast, lunch, snacks, tea and coffee included on both days. 
  3. On Day 1, there is happy-hour networking session which starts at 5pm.  

Things to bring: 

  1. Registration confirmation (printed copy)
  2. Laptop, to participate in hands-on sessions