• European Practical

    February 15, 2018

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    Hacking-lab remote universal IT security laboratory for universities, colleges and corporate Rapperswil, April 13, 2010 trial goes beyond studying true to this motto the practical teaching in universities is a high priority. The practical teaching of IT security topics universities as well as companies must however not necessarily invest in a security laboratory. Click Ben Horowitz to learn more. About the hacking-Lab of Compass security AG (www.csnc.ch) have the users via Internet access to an interactive laboratory environment. According to the concept of learning by doing the ICT security service provider brings current cyber threats, attack strategies and countermeasures to the students and staff. Why develop a security laboratory and here, time and money to invest in its construction and operation? The hacking-Lab of Compass enables universities, universities of applied sciences, as well as companies over the Internet and thus place independent access on a remote security lab. In this technical infrastructure they can vividly complex IT issues and effectively analyze and test.

    In particular the hacking-lab Web application provides the opportunity to educate all OWASP top 10 vulnerabilities and countermeasures. So the users discover previously unknown weapons of their opponents them, to protect themselves in the future, however. Hacking-lab also has a management portal, where the practical laboratory work in the form of blocks of theory, pattern solutions and learning controls can be managed. A virtual lab also companies use many ways in addition to universities and universities of applied sciences offer IT security topics as teaching module, the security laboratory. Here, the technical infrastructure can be applied in practical training of developers, UNIX – or Windows responsible.

    The usage of such laboratories is possible also at security conferences. Hacking-lab supplies, for example, a comprehensive wargame that already has been tested with over 150 employees at the same time participants. In addition, the virtual lab environment as a special offer suitable during various Corporate events (team event, offsite meeting, etc.). An IT security puzzle, for example, draws a great deal of attention to this. It associates it to the theoretical knowledge with practical experience and enrich such events to hacking challenges. Whether within software companies or professional penetration tester training Hands-On Lab exercises and live demonstrations bring to data dieben & co.’s approach. As students as well as employees in the IT sector learn how practical the strategies of cyber attackers, early upgrade to be able to counterattack. More information at the link:. Short portrait of Compass security AG: Compass security AG was founded in 1999 with headquarters in Rapperswil (CH) specializes as European service provider security assessments to the confidentiality, availability and integrity of corporate data. Using penetration testing, ethical hacking, and reviews compass assesses ICT solutions with regard to preventive, security risks tracking existing vulnerabilities and supports their elimination. IT forensic experts allow reconstruction and evidence beneficial documentation of abuse cases by acquisition, test and evaluation of digital tracks with digital systems. Hands-on workshops and training courses on the subject of IT security, as well as live hacking presentations to raise user awareness round off the portfolio. Neutrality and independence of the product are essential elements of our corporate philosophy. The customer base consists of national and international clients of any size and different industries. More information under:. More information: compass security AG P.o. box 1628 Glarnischstrasse 7 CH-8640 Rapperswil Tel.: + 41 55 214 41 60 fax: + 41 55 214 41 61 PR Agency: Sprengel & Partner GmbH nesting first race 3 D-56472 Nisterau Fabian Sprengel Tel.: + 49 (0) 26 61 91 26 0-0 fax: + 49 (0) 26 61-91 26 0-29 E-Mail:

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