Post conference training will be held at the Sheraton on Wednesday, October 25. Two training options are available including an engineering focused training and an IT focused training.
You can register for the classes on the conference attendee registration form. You do not have to attend the conference to register for the post conference training. You will have the option on the registration form to select only the post conference training.
- Why Should You Worry About Cyber Warfare?: An overview of what is Cyber Warfare and the ultimate objectives. We will discuss the assets at risk and how to compromise them.
- Malware Threats: We will discuss the types of malware and how they can be used to take down a network and impact security for an individual/organization
- Denial of Service: The concepts, techniques and countermeasures are discussed in depth. Technical and non-technical methods approaches will make you think twice about your security policies
- Operating System Forensics: Finding the clues left behind by hackers to identify: What, When, Where, Why and How. Lessons learned can prevent future attacks
Instructor: Ken Crawshaw, New Horizons
“In the classroom I like to work hard and play hard: Using word play to give students a trigger to remember important information. I approach the class as if I am in the business of “Edutainment”, telling stories and keeping the students actively engaged in the material.”
Kenneth Crawshaw started his IT career with Banc One Mortgage, Answering calls on the helpdesk (including a call from an end-user saying their drink holder was broken). As he progressed with Banc One, Crawshaw started repairing all of the laptops for loan originators. After five years at Banc One, an opportunity became available with Omnicell Technologies. Crawshaw then became the project manager, trainer, and installation specialist for their equipment at Methodist Hospital, in Indianapolis, Omnicell oversaw asset inventory for patient items in the hospital. A few years later Crawshaw was offered a job with DMR Financial. As the Networks Administrator, he oversaw: Indianapolis, Phoenix and Freemont California. The combination of financial and medical organizations he had worked for had given him a great knowledge base to provide high quality training with and understanding of real world situation the his clients solve each day.
Kenneth holds a BS Public & Corporate Communications, BS Political Science from Butler University and a Master of Science, Western Governors University: Information Security and Assurance. Kenneth also holds several industry standard certifications such as A+, Network +, Security +, MCDST, MCSA, MCSE, MCDBA, MCTS, MCITP, MCT, Security 5, CEH, CHFI, ECSA, EDRP, CND, CISSP, HCISPP, and FEMA.