April 6th, 2004, 04:47 PM
~H@cker HALTED 2004 Seminar~!!!
On 10, 11 & 12 May 2004, A H@cker Halted Seminar will be launch in Renaissance Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
On the Agenda - There will be tutorials, new strategies, new tactics, the latest technologies in IT security and critical infracstructure protection and much more – all geared to put you at the epicenter of information security.
On the Agenda for the workshop series, you will be able to choose The Workshop series will feature the following areas:
Certified Ethical Hacking
The 3 full day series is a comprehensive security approach featuring lectures from some of the top experts in the field, hands-on demonstrations of the newest approaches to computer security and legal rights.
<Day One> - Monday, May 10 2004
8.30 Registration & Welcome Coffee
9.00 Opening Remark by Conference Chairman
9.10 Keynote Address by the Honourable Minister
Security Management – The Global Outlook
9.30 The Government & IT Security
• Cyberterrorism threats
• The Electronic World War III (cyber action resp0nse by Governments)
10.15 Networking/Coffee Break
10.30 The Finance industry war
On-line sales security
11.15 The Transportation industry war & business strategies Challenges Facing Today’s Business Security
12.15 The Business War on Security (Part I)
War Against theft of intellectual property
Defending Threats Against Corporate Scams
13.00 Networking Luncheon
14.00 The Business War on Security (Part II)
Guarding Against Social Engineering (Trusting your Employees – Defending Against Corporate Data Theft)
Security Solution strategies for Business
14.45 Developing your own Security Team or Outsourcing
• How to get your Technical Team set up
• How to choose a reliable outsource partner on security
10.16 Networking/Coffee Break
16.00 Cyber Law and You
• International cyber law developments & your rights
• Computer Forensic Analysis
17.30 End of Day One
<Day Two> - Tuesday, 11 May 2004
Ethical Hacking Track - Full Day (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
Forensics Track - Full Day (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
**Participants to choose either one**
~Ethical Hacking Workshop~
- Penetration testing methodologies
- Hacking and halting Linux servers
- How hackers evade IDS and antivirus detection
- Setting up honeypots and catching hackers red-handed
- Incident response: What must you do when you are hacked?
- How to analyze firewall and IDS log files?
- The role of a Forensic investigator
- Computer evidence documentation
<Day Three> - Wednesday, 12 May 2004
Network Security Track - Full Day (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
Cyber Law Track - Full Day (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
Participants to choose either one.
Network Security Track Full Day (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
- How to create effective security policies
- Deploying patches and hotfixes - Patch and configuration management
- Secure your Wireless LAN
- Hardening Windows 2000 bulletproof servers from ‘Attacks’
Cyber Law Track Full Day (9.00 am to 5.00 pm)
- Cyber Law enforcement and the Internet
- Computer Hacking Litigation cases
- Computer crime laws around the world
- Copyright and Intellectual property theft
Participation Fee : "RM2,399 / USD 1,500" (inclusive of training material, coffee breaks & Lunch, and Certificate of Attendance)
******QUESTION : - DOES IT WORTH FOR THE PRICE? ******
April 6th, 2004, 04:54 PM
opss.. sorry forgot to mention..... the source of this information came from www.eccouncil.org
Check it out~!! ^_^
April 6th, 2004, 06:36 PM
It's hard to judge the value of a course like this for several reasons:
1) The course outline is not a guarantee of course content quality.
2) Your perceived "value" of $1,500 is different than mine/others.
3) Participants that you network with may be at the same level (or lower) than you.
4) Materials given to you may not be useful (free software, texts, etc.)
If I were you, I'd speak to a bunch of people who have taken a course offered by the course sponsors and see what you come up with. This still isn't a written guarantee but at least you'll have a better sense about what you'll get out of the course.
Our scars have the power to remind us that our past was real. -- Hannibal Lecter.
Talent is God given. Be humble. Fame is man-given. Be grateful. Conceit is self-given. Be careful. -- John Wooden
April 6th, 2004, 07:42 PM
I most likely will be going to interzone #3 on the 16nth if everything goes as planned. Its another small Atlanta based conf. but It'll supposably have stuff like telescopes, firearms, porno with some chick useing nmap, & (ect). Its all to make up the for fact that it covers very little based on computers or computer security. But even though Atlanta based cons lack alot of things they seem to have speeches setup which are similiar to the ones you have listed. And chances are since its right here in Atlanta I will only pay a few dallors for gas and maybe 20$ to 60$ to get in but even if it sucks I've still managed to get out of the house for awhile.
And I hate to say this but I've probably seen MS training that wasted more time yet managed to be cheaper than $1,500. But then agian thats just me... this is the thoughts and random posts of a man who is now just a lame noob agian. Speaking of spending money on crap Check this
April 7th, 2004, 03:17 AM
Ah sounds like it would be fun to Attend, but seeing as i'm all the way over here in little ol' Australia. It won't be happening for me, carn't afford to fly to Malaysia just for the week.
Damned if i do and Damned if i don't really.