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Public Sector Informant : PSI - October
THE PUBLIC SECTOR INFORMANT 19 [OCTOBER 2010] 15 - 20 November 2010 SANS Sydney 2010 will be held at the Sydney Marriott Hotel, in Sydney. SANS Promise: You will be able to use what you learn in the classroom as soon as you return to the office. For more information or to register, visit us at www.sans.org/sydney-2010 SANS is the most trusted and by far the largest source for information security training and certification in the world. SANS Sydney 2010 offers you a classic selection of hands-on training that is relevant to the challenges you face each day as an information security professional or manager. Sydney2010 10-12548/1 SEC401: SANS Security Essentials Bootcamp Style 6 day course SANS Certified Instructor: Mark Hofman SEC542: Web Application Pen Testing In-Depth 6 day course SANS Faculty Fellow: Johannes Ulrich, Phd SEC504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits & Incident Handling 6 day course SANS Certified Instructor: Bryce Galbraith SEC508: Computer Forensic Investigations and Incident Response 6 day course SANS Certified Instructor: Rob Lee Small Registered Training Organisation of the Year! From the entire WISDOM Team: Thank you! This recognition endorses our approach to providing quality learning and education solutions for our clients and we are thrilled to be able to participate in such prestigious awards. We'd like to thank our clients who gave us the opportunity to develop and deliver innovative and high quality training outcomes. ADC 20219 wisdomlearning.com.au & TRAINING DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONSADVERTISING FEATURE 10-12581/1 Award-winning with a point of difference Expertise:WISDOM have 30 nationally recognised qualifications on scope. WISDOM, the Fairbairn- based private registered training organisation, recently won the 2010 ACT Training Excellence Award in the small registered training organisation category. WISDOM has won this award for the first time after being a finalist in 2006, 2007, and 2008. Managing director Rod Hattch said, "The rigorous selection process, which included jury site visits at the finalist organisations' train- ing venues, has contributed to our win.'' "Our point of difference is that we care about every little detail in and around the train- ing, facilitation and consult- ing services we offer: we're here to help people and organisations reach their full potential," he said. WISDOM have 30 nationally recognised qualifications on scope, including the public sector training package, with full qualifications from Cer- tificate IV to Vocational Graduate Diploma level. WISDOM's expert facilitators, many of whom have extensive experience in the public sec- tor, provide variety and flexi- bility in learning with a unique learning model that fits in with clients' busy work schedules. WISDOM training consul- tants are renowned for their expertise in tailoring the design, development and delivery of training programs to their clients' needs. As a consequence, the learning outcomes are rel- evant and directly applicable back in the workplace, which represents value for the train- ing investment. 'This is how we achieve a repeat business rate of 96 per cent and that is the one fact we truly care about -- that people want to come back to us again and again," Mr Hattch said. WISDOM is also the only private registered training organisation in Australia to be accredited with Training Excellence -- gold. For more information, visit www.wisdom learning.com.au Global leader in Information Security training returns THE SANS Institute and their local partner in Australia and New Zealand, Shearwater Solutions, is holding a major security training event in Sydney from November 15 to 20. This follows on from the previous successful training event held in Canberra in July. SANS is by far the largest source for information security training and certification in the world and is well-known for being relevant and pragmatic. SANS training programs now reach more than 165,000 security professionals around the world. In addition to training, SANS offers certification via the ANSI accredit- ed Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) security certi- fication program as well as numerous free resources includ- ing newsletters, white papers and webcasts The Sydney event includes the Computer Forensic Investigations and Incident Response course, which is one of the more popular SANS courses. This year Rob Lee, who is curriculum leader for digi- tal forensic training at the SANS Institute will be teaching this course. This course provides students with a firm understanding of advanced incident response and computer forensics tools and te- chniques to investigate data breach intrusions, tech-savvy ro- gue employees, advanced persist- ent threats, and complex digital forensic cases. Ray Kantor, a director of Shear- water Solutions, confirmed that the previous Sydney training at- tracted a large audience and a number of these tracks were sold out. Training event benefits include tuition by experienced trainers who are leaders in their field, and networking opportun- ities including evening presenta- tions by SANS instructors. The SANS Institute was estab- lished in 1989 as a cooperative research and education organis- ation. Its programs reach security professionals, auditors, system administrators, network admini- strators, chief information secur- ity officers, and chief information officers around the world, includ- ing Australian government agen- cies, banks, universities and en- terprises. GIAC provides IT security professionals with certifi- cation in the areas of security administration, management, operations, legal, audit, and sof- tware security. GIAC assures and validates that certified individuals have practical awareness, know- ledge and skills in key areas of computer, network, and software security. GIAC is accredited under the ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024 Standard. For more information, visit www.sans.org, phone Ray Kantor at Shearwater on 9488 4600 or email ANZ@sans.org.
PSI - September