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SANS Rocky Mountain 2018

Cybersecurity Training (& Presentations)

 June 4 – 9, 2018 | Denver, Colorado, United States

Cybersecurity Conference Description

There are many layers to effective cyber security, but the most critical layer is you. Time and again, the difference between success and failure is not a product or a service; it is having the right people in the right places making the right decisions. Since information security is continually evolving, success requires committing to a career of learning, from the fundamentals to advanced techniques. To put you firmly on that learning path, please join us at SANS Rocky Mountain 2018 (June 4-9). Whichever course you select, SANS promises that you will be able to use what you learn as soon as you return to your office. Get the training you need to protect your organization and advance your career. Choose from 12 cutting-edge information security courses.

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From cyberpropaganda to IoT bonets: Strap yourself in for a rocky 2017

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

From cyberpropaganda to IoT bonets: Strap yourself in for a rocky 2017

It’s that time of the year again: when the great and good of the cybersecurity industry reach for their crystal balls to anticipate what the threat landscape might look like in the next 12 months. We all know cybercriminals by

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Rocky Anderson threatens suit over alleged spying during 2002 Olympics

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Washington • Former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson is planning to notify several federal agencies he will sue them if they don’t settle claims of violation of privacy for an alleged dragnet surveillance program around the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah that purportedly captured all texts, emails and data about phone calls. And he’s looking for other Utahns who want to join the case. Anderson, a longtime critic of the federal government’s domestic spying, says he will notify the Department of Justice, the National Security Agency and the FBI by Aug. 20 that he intends to sue if they don’t settle all claims filed. Claimants, under federal law, could be awarded a minimum of $10,000 each if the agencies acknowledge the claimants’ rights were violated or a court later rules in their favor. Anderson also says he may sue individual agency employees who were aware of or involved in the program, which was first reported by The Wall Street Journal in 2013. “This was the most immense, clearly illegal and unconstitutional, indiscriminate wholesale surveillance of the content of communications of people in this country by our government in our nation’s history,” Anderson said Tuesday, adding that it even goes […]

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