OTTAWA, March 30 /CNW Telbec/ - For the first time ever, IT professionals can jump into the world of Cyber Warfare where they can experience the effects of cyber attacks in real time in a live Cyber Warfare battlefield environment. They can see actual deception and defensive measures deployed that defeat or deter attackers. You have heard the phrase tarpit and honeypot, see what happens when you fall prey to one!
See how systems and infrastructures like the ones that you routinely deploy and maintain are attacked and defeated with relative ease!
Hosted by our partner, CompuEase Learning Systems Inc., DEFILAIDE bring you the Cyber Warfare ROADSHOW, April 09th in Ottawa which is a one day free event where you can see Cyber attacks in real time.
If you are in the field of information technology, this event is for you. "This event will be a tremendous benefit to IT managers and security professionals alike, since they are not able to experience a real cyber attack nor are they able to test these attacks on their network. We are re-engineering the traditional training methodology in all aspects to include less structured, less controlled, reality-based training scenarios adhering to a military standard that closely simulates real world conditions and, we are preparing the next wave of security professionals for the new paradigm of security exploits, cyber warfare attacks." said Jeffery Dee, Director of Professional Services at DEFILAIDE.
About DEFILAIDE, Inc.
DEFILAIDE provides proprietary Cyber Warfare simulated environment and offers security training and Professional Services. For additional information, please visit http://www.defilaide.com.
About CompuEase Learning Systems, Inc.
Since 1988, CompuEase has been working with large corporate clients providing exceptional high quality computer training. For additional information, please visit http://www.compuease.ca.
For further information: For further information: Media Contact: Dale Tidd, DEFILAIDE, Inc., 124 O'Connor, Suite 204, Ottawa, ON, K1P 5M9, (613) 212-4843, Ext. 227