Yearly Archives - 2011

Secrets of Windows Event Auditing

The mountain of access audit requirements continues to grow. So, too, do the questions surrounding access to corporate data, such as: Who has access to what?Who is accessing the data?What controls are in place around management of permissions? These questions—and others—have become as common a part of IT discussions as server capacity or software deployment. Although audit requirements are impossible to ignore, [...]


CEH Top Tools

I am delivering CEH class for years, and every time I deliver the class my students asks the best tools, which will make the job easier. I usually write my recommend tools from day 1 in to board but this time I decided to write it here in to mu blog, so it can reach more people like yourself. Here [...]


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EC-Council Global Instructor of the Year Award

I am proud to announce that I am selected "Global Instructor of the year by EC Council" for gaining excellent feedback from my Ethical Hacking classes, as well as for my contribution in the Cybersecurity community EC-Council, a leading international certification body in information security and          e-business, today announced the winners of the annual EC-Council Global Awards for 2011. The EC-Council Awards [...]


Fun: Force your End Users to use “your site” (local DNS “hacking”)

OK OK, this is not real hacking but it’s fun :) As well as there are some attack types, where the browser is been hijacked so the User can’t go to some specific web pages or the user will be forced to open that page as soon as they use they Internet browser, where the user will be directed to the FAKE/ [...]


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Speaking at MCT Summit NA 2011

I love to be with MCT's , and as always I am making sure, they will improve their Security skills, to help me reach out more and more people to make the cyber space safe. The feedback from San Francisco MCT summit was really great. I am proud to be part of the MCT Family.


Speaking at TechEd Australia 2011

As last year CEO IT Training did not just was one of the sponsors of the event, we are also with our TOP trainers and staff in Gold Coast to help attendees learn Microsoft technologies and Security Better In the below photo you are seeing Leandro Carvalia (MVP) Simon Ozturk (MCT) , Murat Mercan (MCT) Arzu Ozkaya ( GM) Metin [...]


Metin Tuncdoruk, Group Sales Manager, CEO Training

I have the pleasure of working with Erdal at CEO IT Training and we have worked closely for almost 2 years now. He is a focused, hard-working and driven individual, always enthusiastic, generous with his time and always willing to support both his peers, his students, and colleagues. He is the most knowledgeable and entertaining trainer I have had [...]


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MCT Summit – Stockholm – 2011

The MCT Summit (MCT standing for Microsoft Certified Trainer) is an opportunity for MCTs around the nation to meet, learn about new technologies, and grow as instructors and presenters through many professional development presentations and classes. This year I had 2 session to present for my MCT peers: Halt Hackers MCT Edition Windows Intune, what you need to know It was great [...]


Intune in Real Life

As you know I am on of the very few people who had access to the Beta program of Windows Intune ,and since Microsoft Management Summit in 2011 (Las Vegas) I am proudly presenting since then how Intune can help you The session at TechEd took attention of the IT PRO's and feedback was amazing, all given feedback regarding [...]