Windows NT Security Workshop, Level I (Intro. Intermediate) Instructor: Dr. Eugene Schultz, Trusted Security Advisor, SAIC

April 28, 1998
2107 N. First Street, San Jose, CA
Tuition: $399 (call for group rates)
To Register call 1-800-333-8649

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This intensive workshop is for individuals who need to understand how NT security works by acquainting attendees with NT's security exposures and configuration options that, if not properly selected and implemented, can also lead to security compromise. This workshop is of particular value to system and network administrators, system programmers, developers, information security staff, and advanced users.

YOU WILL LEARN: The major goal of this workshop is to enable attendees to make sound, reasoned decisions about Windows NT security based on a genuine comprehension of this product's functionality and vulnerabilities. Case studies of real-life NT security deployments and security-related incidents presented throughout the course help make this course of practical value to attendees.

  • An overview of Windows NT features and functionality
  • The basic windows NT security model and the security mechanisms that support this model
  • Windows NT security exposures and the kinds of incidents that can occur because of each.
  • Specific security issues, including: authentication mechanisms and encryption; accounts and groups; rights and abilities; file systems security; RAS access; virus control; securing TCP/IP services in heterogeneous network environments; security maintenance; securing the registry

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Eugene Schultz is a Trusted Security Advisor for SAIC. Prior to joining SAIC, Dr. Schultz was the Principal Consultant at SRI Consulting, a subsidiary of SRI International. He also served as the Program Manager for SRI's International Information Integrity Institute (I-4) as well as Practice Leader for SRI Consulting Information Security Consulting Practice.

An expert in Unix, LAN and network security, and security administration and management, Dr. Schultz has co-authored several books: Unix-Its Use, Control, and Audit (IIA/EDPAA), Internet Security for Business, (John Wiley), and the soon to be released Practical Windows NT Security (O'Reilly). A consulting editor of Network Security and Secretary of IFIP Working Group 11.3, (network security), he has published over 70 journal articles. He was the co-recipient of the Best Paper Award at the 1995 National Information Systems Security Conference.

Windows NT Workshop Comments from Past Attendees:
  • "Lots of relevant & current information."
  • "The value and level of the information received was excellent."
  • "Instructor is very knowledgeable, great presentation skills
    and high energy level."

To register or for more information, call: 1-800-333-8649 Please note: an intermediate/advanced NT security workshop will be held in May '98.
Call for details.

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Windows NT Security Workshop, Level I
April 28, 1998, San Jose, CA

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