TrainACE, an IT and cyber security education leader, is hosting a cyber security summit in the Washington D.C. Metro area. The day-long conference will focus on threat intelligence analysis techniques and mobile application hacking.
ASHBURN, Va. and GREENBELT, Md., Oct. 3, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TrainACE is holding a single-day cyber security summit, named P0WNAG3 by TrainACE, in the Washington D.C. metro area to discuss emerging concepts that address both offense and defense in cyber security. The conference, which will take place in October, will feature a number of presentations with top industry panelists to discuss threat intelligence analysis techniques and capabilities, as well as mobile application hacking.
TrainACE and n2grate Government Technology Solutions, who collaborated for a free threat protection seminar in July, will be working together again to host this conference. The summit is scheduled to run all day, with time in the morning and afternoon for two sessions dedicated to threat intelligence, featuring a handful of panelists within each session. The presentations will also feature live demonstrations from prominent figures in the threat intelligence community. The panels will cover traditional analysis models as well as successes and challenges from in-house threat intelligence programs. Another panel will cover mobile application hacking in the afternoon session of the conference.
In addition to the cyber security presentations and demonstrations, there will be a catered lunch break in the afternoon and a happy hour at the end of the event. "We're incredibly excited to host this day-long conference," says Ralph P. Sita, Jr., CEO of TrainACE. "The knowledgeable line-up and social breaks provide a valuable balance between learning and networking, and will definitely make for a memorable experience at the summit." P0WNAG3 by TrainACE will take place on October 10th. Registration will open at 8:30AM and happy hour will end at 7:00PM. Admission is $20.00 and includes lunch as well as one drink ticket for happy hour. Active duty military personnel will receive admission at no cost.
TrainACE and their cyber security branch, Advanced Security, have been providing outstanding IT and cyber security training since 2001. They have two locations in Greenbelt, MD and Ashburn, VA. For more information about an IT or cyber security education, visit TrainACE's website.
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