Roseville, CA (PRWEB) June 05, 2015
The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) announces a new and vigorous Information Security (InfoSec) training track for this years International Conference being held from August 30 through September 2, 2015, in Orlando, Florida at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel.
Peter Morin, HTCIA 1st Vice President and Conference Chair, explained: “Information Security is critical to firms that put forth a public presence especially via the World Wide Web. One need only look at the news on almost a daily basis to appreciate the need for education which is the primary goal of HTCIA and this conference. We will have classes such as ‘Attacking Encryption” and “SQLite is the Devil”, presented by AccessData, along with “Gain deeper insight for a stronger defense with unified malware analysis “ and “Strengthen existing security monitoring technologies with context rich threat intelligence” presented by Cisco. I encourage a visit to the website at HTCIAConference.org to view the course offerings and to register before the next rate increase.”
For the first time ever, HTCIA will host a Golf Tournament that will benefit the Red Circle Foundation. This foundation is a rapid funding force that responds within hours to help military families of fallen and wounded U.S. Special Operations heroes who are in need, and provides scholarships for their children. Many charities that serve the Special Operations community can take weeks or months to deliver funds. This Foundation acts within minutes to provide immediate assistance to bridge the funding gap.
Morin added, “Helping the Red Circle Foundation is a natural fit for HTCIA, a group composed of Law Enforcement, Military, Academia and Private Industry. Many of our members are in the military or have previously served and we have a fair number of our members who provide training to various commands. HTCIA is honored to help this noble foundation.”
For more information on this event, contact info(at)htciaconference.org. For information concerning sponsorships or the expo contact Carol Hutchings at email@example.com, (916) 408-1751.
HTCIA is a 501(c)3 non-profit professional organization founded over 29 years ago for the purpose of educating individuals involved with high technology investigations. HTCIA continues to solidify its position as the leader within law enforcement and the corporate world for the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of crimes involving advanced technologies.
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