Christian Espinosa, CEO of Alpine Security, candidly discusses the top five common information security misconceptions and what trends are contributing to our cyber defense ineffectiveness, while teaching actionable solutions and tools to approach cyber defense and to create a more secure world.
Selsius and Alpine Security partner to offer co-branded cybersecurity training. Selsius, located in the Information Sciences Building at Southwestern Illinois College (SWIC), is now taking registrations for training in all aspects of cybersecurity. Topics include malware analysis, ethical hacking, digital forensics, penetration testing, and security awareness. Cybersecurity certifications will be offered.
Alpine Security announces the addition of CyberSec First Responder: Threat Detection and Response to their public training schedule. This cybersecurity training course and corresponding ProCert Accredited certification, Certified CyberSec First Responder (CFR), were developed by Logical Operations with the goal of helping organizations combat cybersecurity threats.
Christian Espinosa, Founder of Alpine Security, presented at the ASI Power Summit, held Nov 1-3, 2015 in Dana Point, California. Christian offered simple cyber security strategies to to help organizations protect data and keep attackers out of their systems. Christian stressed the importance of "knowing thyself" and applying a holistic approach to cyber security that encompasses people, processes, and technology.
Christian Espinosa, Alpine Security Founder, will present at the 2015 ASI power summit on "Why Your Data Isn't Safe - Lessons from a Hacker."