Sometimes referred to as computer security, information technology security is information security applied to technology (most often some form of the computer system). It is worthwhile to note that a computer does not necessarily mean a home desktop. A computer is any device with a processor and some memory. Such devices can range from non-networked standalone devices as simple as calculators to networked mobile computing devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. IT security specialists are almost always found in any major enterprise/establishment due to the nature and value of the data within larger businesses. They are responsible for keeping all of the technology within the company secure from malicious cyber attacks that often attempt to breach into critical private information or gain control of the internal systems.
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
1. Introduction /Awareness - Information Security (what is IS? It's importance from Regulatory and Legal requirements, Best practices in password, web security, malware, social engineering, copyright issues etc)
2. Cryptography - Symmetric Vs Asymmetric,
3. How RSA token works
4. Site to user authentication
5. Privacy (what is PII? Different Privacy Laws and DPO opportunities etc)
6. Opportunities in Information Security as a career. (audits, Risk Assessments, VA, PT, and Certifications)
7. Secure Coding Practices - Top 10 Web Vulnerabilities (OWASP)
8. Online Quiz.
1. EXPERTS FROM CAPGEMINI WILL CONDUCT THE WORKSHOP.
2. Participants are requested to bring their college ID card.
3. Certificates will be provided to all participants.
4. On-spot registrations is also available ( First Come First Served Basis will be followed).
Seminar Hall A
Tue 07 Feb 2017
Last Date to pay
Feb. 6, 2017, midnight