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Web Application Penetration Testing v2 Course Launch

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Last June 23, we launched version 2 of our Web Application Penetration Testing training course. This is our finest training course on web application security which has been upgraded to include more exciting and hands-on lab exercises, 13 different modules, over 1850 slides, more than 5 hours of HQ video training.

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BlackHat USA 2015 in Las Vegas

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Black Hat is returning in Las Vegas, Nevada for its annual cybersecurity event . Running on its 18th year, this most technical and relevant information security gathering will be held at the Mandalay Bay Hotel. You can expect plenty of trainings from cybersecurity professionals, briefings from experts, and opportunities to network with like-minded individuals.

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Security and the Internet of Things (Infographic)

The Internet of Things (IoT) is rising fast and something to think about when connecting your smart devices at home or at work are the risks involved. Objects, cloud services and sensors used to communicate information are here to stay and with this progressing technology, it is wise to stay updated on how to keep your data secure and private.

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GISEC 2015 in Dubai

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eLearnSecurity will be at the Dubai World Trade Center for the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC) 2015 event on April 26-28, 2015. This is the 3rd edition of the Middle East and Africa’s Essential I.T. security knowledge platform that assembles industry, government and thought leaders to tackle threats, issues and countermeasures in the MENA region.

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Google Vulnerability Research Grant – $3,133.70 Reward

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Google has launched the Vulnerability Research Grant which is an experimental initiative to reward information security researchers that look into their products and services even if there are no vulnerabilities found. These IT researchers (sometimes known as white-hat hackers) will be provided upfront awards as high as 3,133.70 USD.

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