an uncompromising quality of training delivered by knowledgeable and enthusiastic
instructors who adhere to rigorous standards of excellence and quality.
These workshops shall be delivered by an experienced trainers with 25+ years of career experience imparting education and training services both locally and internationally for IBM, GBM, Si3 and TLC customers. In terms of career, our trainer have served international enterprise technology vendors including IBM, Fujitsu, and ICL and a national organization Si3. Our trainer holds various industry professional certifications in the space of Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Servers & Storage technologies, ITIL, Information Security, Cloud Architecture, Virtualization, Green IT, Business Resilience and a co-author of 10 IBM Redbooks in the space of IBM AIX operating system and Power Server technologies.
Our workshops are vendor neutral which makes the attendee completely familiar with new technologies surrounding emerging and complex business issues targeting security. The idea is to build customers resources with skills so that they can understand, design & develop their technology solutions without much depending upon their vendors support. This program offers a unique flexibility where customers can choose from a variety of workshops at their premises at affordable cost. We can deliver these workshops in a private format, allowing you eliminating travel and hotel expensesand providing greater flexibility since you are in a position to choose your own dates, your time and the place.
A Stack of 14 Security Technology Workshops
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expertise to help you increase your knowledge in the field of Information
Security, Cybersecurity, Zero Trust Security, and Storage Security Data
Risk is about the “effect of uncertainty on objectives,” so if you manage uncertainty in any way, then you can effectively decrease risk to your business.
Remember, even if you ‘kill’ the suspicious activity, the attackers can remain in your systems. If you want to end the problem for good, your remediation processes must involve the detection of the cause.
Moreover, many remediation processes fail to successfully verify if the threat is entirely eliminated. That is why the remediation processes employed by your security team must involve gathering accurate and ample information concerning the incident.