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Cybersecurity Career Advancement & Protecting Organizations from Attack
Are you interested in a career in cybersecurity, or quickly advancing your career? Are you looking to secure your organization from a cyber-attack?

Join our session for understanding the value and necessity of certification-based cybersecurity training in Network Defense, Ethical Hacking, Cyber Forensic Investigation, Penetration Testing, Threat Intelligence, Incident Handling, Disaster Recovery, C-Level Management, and more… EC-Council’s courses are recognized by the Department of Defense (DoD) and used by all branches of the military, the Pentagon, FBI, NSA, DHS, and others.

Join our session to learn how to Instantly increase your worth, and/or help your organization avoid a cyber-attack!




Speaker | Title:
Todd York | Partner Development Manager at EC-Council

Todd York is the North America Partner Development Manager at EC-Council, a company best known for its professional certifications in the InfoSec Cyber Security world. Todd participates in IT industry events through speaking engagements, panel discussions & cyber range demonstrations, bringing awareness to critical IT skills required to secure today’s organizations.

EC-Council has certified security professionals from leading organizations across the globe including the U.S. Army, the FBI, Microsoft, IBM, and the United Nations. EC-Council’s flagship course Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), set the standard for what the world has come to expect from ethical hacking IT Security courses. They are a recognized leader for Information, Network, Computer and Internet, Security Training and Certification.




This session will discuss certification-based cybersecurity training courses offered by EC-Council, and how those courses can quickly advance careers. Our training does not focus on policy definitions as we develop our courses which are lab intensive. EC-Council’s training is vendor neutral, hands-on, tactical, cybersecurity training to develop the best of the best!

Oct 2, 2019 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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