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Chapter Event: Ethical Hacking

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Venue: Price Waterhouse Coopers
300 Madison Avenue/ Corner 42nd Street, NYC

The term “ethical hacker” has been used often to describe a white hat hacker. A white hat hacker is a security professional that performs tests of a network, platform or application system to measure the security in compliance with the security framework. This person used many of the same tools used by the black hat hacker but observe ethical practices, laws, regulations and corporate internal statutes. Security groups are beginning to perform ethical hacking as part of their security practices. This is in part due to the fact that companies need to remain vigilant and continuously test and monitor their infrastructures to avoid becoming part of the six o’clock news.

Attendees will learn:

  • The latest trends defining the use of Ethical Hacking
  • First hand facts and information how to use the Metasploit tool as part of your war chest

Important Announcement: This meeting will be free to paid members of the New York Metro ISSA Chapter only. There will be a $25 fee for all other attendees, payable by credit card at the time of registration. If you are not a New York Metro chapter member, you must register in advance; no on-site registration will be allowed.

If you have a question about your membership status, please email membership@nymissa.org. You may join the New York Metro chapter by applying at http://www.issa.org/Join/Join-Online.html.