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[ossig] Reminder: War Driving KL - ONLY 9 MORE SEATS
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Greetings from Hack In The Box -- This e-mail is a reminder that there
are only 9 more seats available for the upcoming 2-day Wireless Security
Training; War Driving Kuala Lumpur. The details of the event are as
Date: 5th & 6th June 2006
Time: 9am - 6pm
Venue: The Westin Kuala Lumpur
Capacity: 15 pax (ONLY 9 SEATS LEFT!)
Trainers: Anthony Zboralski & Jim Geovedi
Cost: USD1299 (early bird rate, ended 14th April 2006) / USD1499 (normal
price) - This training is HRDF claimable!
This will not be your run of the mill classroom-type training! Attendees
will be taken on a half-day war driving session in a fully
air-conditioned coach covering the Kuala Lumpur central business
district and the areas of Damansara Heights, Mont Kiara and Phileo
Damansara. The purpose of this course is to give a full understanding of
what wireless networks are, how they work, how they are found and
exploited, and how they can be secured. Students will learn how to
attack wireless networks and how to secure them from both management and
technical perspectives. There will be a discussion and case studies on
actual wireless security penetration test. All findings from the war
driving session will be submitted to the Malaysian Communications and
Multimedia Commission (MCMC).
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for both management and technical users.
IT Operation Professionals
Information Security Managers and Officers
Existing security auditors who wish to expand their auditing skills.
Consultants who wish to provide advice on wireless technology and
Hands-on War Driving, performing a Wireless Security Survey
Technical Awareness of Wireless Hacking and Security Techniques
Future development in Wireless Security
Awareness on management control and policy to enhance shortcomings in
The 2-day course will cover:
Introduction to Bluetooth and WiFi Security
War Driving in Kuala Lumpur
Analysing and mapping wireless networks.
Attacking Wireless Networks and Bluetooth Devices
Defending Wireless Networks
Intrusion Detection and Monitoring
Participants are required to bring their own laptops. Wireless enabled
laptops arent required as students will connect to a central Kismet
Server using a network hub in the training room as well as in the bus.
Attendees to this War Driving Class will also get a free seat to our 6th
deep-knowledge security conference; HITBSecConf2006 - Malaysia worth
MYR499! This will be our 6th deep knowledge network security conference,
and Malaysia will once again play host to some of the worlds' leading
experts in network and computer security.
This year's keynote speakers are Bruce Schneier (Chief Technology
Officer, Counterpane Internet Security), Mark Curphey (Vice President,
Foundstone, a division of McAfee Inc.) and John Viega (Chief Security
Architect, McAfee Inc.)! Other invited speakers include Van Hauser
(THC.org), Raoul Chiesa (TSTF/ISECOM), Fabrice Marie (FMA-RMS), Michael
Davis (Honeynet Project) and several others.
For more details and to register for this wireless security training
class, kindly take a look at the official HITB Training site:
On behalf of The HITB Team, we look forward to seeing you in June!
Dhillon Andrew K.
Founder/Chief Executive Officer,
Hack In The Box - Keeping Knowledge Free
Suite 26.3, Level 26, Menara IMC,
No. 8, Jalan Sultan Ismail,
50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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