Middle East, December 23, 2009: Secure1st, a business security service and computer forensic solutions provider, has announced its plans to conduct free monthly workshops beginning 2010, covering various areas of IT Security and Computer Forensics.
Primarily catering to students and government employees, the series of free monthly training sessions aims to provide an in-depth knowledge of security.
Amir Pishyar, Secure1st’s GM said, “As part of our social policy initiative, we would like to share our knowledge and skills by educating those in need and whose job responsibilities would affect the security of the general public. The series of workshops are geared toward students and government employees related to the IT field.”
The workshops are scheduled to begin in January and will be conducted monthly throughout 2010, covering various topic related to IT Security and shall discuss on various topics such as Computer Forensics, Network Security, Network Forensics, Windows Forensics, Malware and, Ethical Hacking. Secure1st have begun coordination with local universities and government offices to streamline their efforts to organize the workshops.
For more information on the workshops visit Secure1st website (http://www.secure1st.com/) or, follow @Secure1st on twitter to get updates on their upcoming workshops.