Announcing (ISC)²’s Security Congress 2015, Sept 28th-Oct 1st

Digital Forensics will be a featured topic at (ISC)²’s Security Congress 2015, Sept. 28th-Oct. 1, in Anaheim, California. The conference offers four full days of educational sessions on a range of critical information security issues, including malware, cloud security, governance, regulation and compliance, mobile security, healthcare security, application security, digital forensics – and more. For those working in the digital forensics field, the conference provides an opportunity to network with other Certified Cyber Forensics Professionals (CCFPs), learn about the latest trends and technologies impacting digital forensics, and earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for your CCFP credential. For those interested in certification, there is no better place to learn about becoming a CCFP and engaging with leaders in the field. CCFP is the only global cyber forensics credential that provides a comprehensive validation of a candidate’s knowledge and skills as a digital forensics expert.

For more information and to register for Security Congress, click here.Other benefits of attending Security Congress include:

– A variety of information security education sessions and additional pre-conference sessions. This year’s program includes education sessions throughout eight cybersecurity focused tracks in over 70 sessions. Pre-conference learning opportunities include: Free Half-Day Official (ISC)² CBK Training Previews, plus pre/post sessions are available for intensive education courses on Cloud Forensics, Big Data, Access Controls/Defense in Depth, Business Acumen and Managerial Experience.

– Opportunities for high-level networking, including exclusive (ISC)² member events. Through the expo and special events, attendees have opportunities to further develop relationships and meet security professionals throughout multiple disciplines from around the world.

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