I’ m going to present a 2 day Tutorial at AusCERT ( Computer Emergency Response Team for Australia ) .The tutorial is called “Advanced Windows Defence”, which will go trough all aspects to make your Windows Environment more secure.
If you are going to attend AusCERT or if you wish to join my two day tutorial please register hereor click here –> register
Advanced Windows Defence Tutorial Details
This session is to provide the Windows administrator an understanding of the FREE tools and techniques used to find profile and attack Windows. ( or defence Windows)
A Windows IT PRO Expert Erdal, will let you understand the past and present Windows security, it’s not just about a particular vulnerability can be exploit but learn how to deal with those vulnerabilities whenever they occur.
Info About my Tutorial : http://conference.auscert.org.au/conf2012/tutorial_Erdal_Ozkaya.html
AusCERT2012 Conference Program Speakers:
- Brad Barker, The HALO Corporation
- Shane Biggins, BAE Systems/stratsec
- Francesca Bosco, UNICRI
- Jeff Burstein, Symantec
- Andrew Bycroft, earthwave Corporation
- Eric Byres, Byres Security
- Robert Clarke, US Army Cyber Command
- Silvio Cesare, Deakin University
- Mark Fabro, Lofty Perch
- Juanita Fernando, Monash University
- Murray Goldschmidt, Sense of Security
- Peter Gutmann, University of Auckland
- Prashant Haldankar, Sense of Security
- Phillip Hallam-Baker, Comodo
- Brian Hay, Queensland Police
- Gary Hinson, IsecT Ltd
- Mikko Hypponen, F-Secure
- Christopher Hoff, Juniper
- Andrew Jamieson, Witham Laboratories
- Eugene Kaspersky, Kasperksy Labs
- Susan Landau, Author & Harvard University
- John Leiseboer, QuintessenceLabs
- Peter Major, INTACT
- Scott McIntyre, Telstra
- Colin Percival, Tarsnap
- John Reeman, Symantec
- David Ross, Bridge Point Communications
- Adam Shostack, Microsoft
- Adam Spencer, Celebrity, Comedian and Mathematician
- Paul Thierault, Mozilla
- Rebecca Thompson, Queensland Health
- Tim Vidas, Carnegie Mellon Univeristy
- Paul Vixie, Internet Systems Consortium
- Shaun Vlassis, Commonwealt Bank
Executive Program Presenters:
AusCERT is the leading Computer Emergency Response Team for Australia and provides computer information security advice to the Australian public, its members, including the higher education sector. We are a single point of contact for dealing with computer security incidents affecting or involving Australian networks.
As a not-for-profit security group based at the University of Queensland, AusCERT helps Australian Internet users and organisations prevent, detect, respond to and mitigate cyber and Internet based attacks.
Formed in 1993, AusCERT is one of the oldest CERTs in the world and was the first CERT in Australia to operate as the national CERT, which it did until 2010.
AusCERT monitors and evaluates global computer network threats and vulnerabilities, including after hours when AusCERT staff remain on-call to respond to new information in a time critical manner. AusCERT publishes security bulletins, drawing on material from a variety of sources, with recommended prevention and mitigation strategies.
AusCERT's incident management services can be an effective way to halt an ongoing computer attack or, provide practical advice to assist in responding to and recovering from an attack.
The University of Queensland is one of Australia's premier learning and research institutions. UQ continues to attract the vast majority of the state's highest academic achievers and is renowned nationally and internationally for the quality of its teaching and research. In 1998-99 it was named Australia's University of the Year and it continues to enjoy the highest overall rating for Queensland universities in the annual Good Universities Guide.
AusCERT is self-funded and covers its operating costs through a variety of sources including member subscriptions, the annual AusCERT conference and service contracts. AusCERT is funded to operate the Australian government's Stay Smart Online Alert Service, which is part of the government's Stay Smart Online initiative.
Within the University, AusCERT is part of Information Technology Services (ITS) which operates the university's network. The network is currently ranked 17th largest in Australia providing direct services to over 65,000 users. ITS also operates the University's supercomputers and many of its largest servers and an Internet Service Provider (ISP), UQconnect, providing both retail and corporate services to a growing user base.
As an active member of the Forum for Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) and Asia Pacific Computer Emergency Response Team (APCERT), AusCERT has access to accurate, timely and reliable information about emerging computer network threats and vulnerabilities on a regonal and global basis.
Additionally, AusCERT maintains a large network of trusted CERT contacts in North America, the United Kingdom, Europe and throughout Asia. We use these contacts to receive early warning of global threats and to assist in responding to incidents which span jurisdictions.
Further information about AusCERT services can be found here.