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Apply Military Strategy to Cybersecurity at Black Hat Trainings Virginia

This special October event in Alexandria, Virginia offers unique, practical courses in everything from data breach response to military strategy for cybersecurity.

Discover new opportunities to sharpen your skills as a cybersecurity expert at Black Hat Trainings in Virginia this October, where you can take part in practical, hands-on courses taught by some of the best in the business.

For example, Military Strategy and Tactics for Cyber Security offers a unique chance to learn how to apply military-grade cybersecurity strategy to your own work. Designed and taught by career Army officers with a combined 50+ years of experience, this 2-Day Training is for security professionals who would like to apply military cyber operations concepts to their own cybersecurity efforts.

You’ll learn how enemies can use military strategies to attack your network, and how you can use similar strategies to defend it. Ideally, this course will help defenders generate the information, disinformation, and intelligence strategies that will put you and your assets in a position of tactical strength, not weakness. Don’t miss it!

You may also want to check out Active Directory Attacks for Red and Blue Teams - Advanced Edition, an advanced 2-Day Training course in which you’ll master the art of attacking modern Active Directory environments using built-in tools like PowerShell and other trusted OS resources.

The training is based on real-world penetration tests and Red Team engagements for highly secured environments. It will help you hone your penetration skills with a fun mix of demos, lectures, and hands-on exercises.

If you’re more interested in masterfully responding to (and preventing) data breaches, check out the 2-Day Data Breaches - Detection, Investigation and Response Training. In this practical class you’ll dig into different types of breach scenarios, including cloud account breaches (using Office365 as an example), internal compromises, lost/stolen devices, and ransomware.

You’ll also learn strategies for detection and evidence preservation, and techniques for quickly scoping/containing a breach. Each module includes a hands-on lab where you actually analyze and scope the breach yourself, making this a prime hands-on learning opportunity.

These cutting-edge Black Hat Trainings and many more will be taking place October 17th and 18th at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia. From malware development to incident response, there's a course for hackers and security pros of all experience levels, so register today!

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