Computer Incident Response Training at INFOSEC Forum IV
As part of the Central Ohio chapters of ISSA, ISACA, and InfraGard INFOSEC Forum IV, Interhack proudly presents its training course in computer incident response, entitled, “Surviving the Attack.”
This course is designed for information technology professionals of varying degrees of experience. Listed as “foundational to intermediate,” the course focuses not on the technology, but on the process of incident response. Topics such as what incident response is, how to form incident response teams, and how to handle events are all covered. Students will deploy a simple electronic storefront infrastructure on an isolated network that will be attacked by Interhack instructors.
Students will then need to put their incident response plans into action, working to keep their systems up and running, identifying the attacks and attackers, and protecting their valuable “customer information.” The course winds up on Day Three with the team assessing and reporting on its own performance, followed by a report and assessment by Interhack's instructors.
Designed to allow students to feel the experience of an attack, working through the problems as they occur, and focused on minimizing the economic impact of the attack, the course prepares students to return to their jobs ready to develop an incident response capability.
This course will be held at Platform Labs, 1275 Kinnear Road, Columbus, Ohio. Presented at a special price for the Columbus INFOSEC Forum IV, the class is $495 for ISSA, ISACA, and InfraGard members and $895 for non-members.