Information Security Awareness for the End Users Workshop on 20-Aug-2016

Information Security Awareness for the End Users Workshop on 20-Aug-2016

 

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About The Event

 

One Day Workshop on "Information Security Awareness for End Users”

 Venue : CSI-BC Premises, Bangalore.

 

 

 

 

 

On 

Date:20th August, 2016 

From 9.30 am to 5.30 pm

 

Introduction

Cyber threats are a reality in everyday life today. With increased use of Information Systems and the Internet, one is now increasingly exposed to such threats and need to be well equipped to safeguard the information assets. While Technology plays a major part in building safeguards, it is  the end user ignorance that makes it easier for the threats to invade the information assets. Organizations manage Information Security through People, Process and Technology. In this Workshop we will address the People part by equipping participants with the elaborate Dos and Donts.

Course Overview

Session 1: Foundation Concept 

Need for Information Security, Vulnerabilities & Common Information Security Mindsets

Session 2: Internet Security & Email Security 
Introductory Session on Internet Security and Email Security – Dos & Donts

Session 3: Social Engineering Security & Password Security 
Introduction to Social Engineering Security needs and Password Security – Dos & Donts

Session 4: Wireless Security & Mobile Device Security 
Introductory Session on Wireless Security and Mobile Device Security – Dos and Donts

Session 5: Physical Security & Social Media Security
Introduction to Social Media Security and Physical Security – Dos & Donts

 

 

Who Should Attend?

  1. End Users in Industry
  2. End Users in Government.
  3. Final Year CSE/ISE, E&C (UG/PG) Engineering Students irrespective of the profession they choose to pursue.
  4. Faculty members of Engineering Colleges who are conducting Courses.

Workshop Fee

CSI Member -Rs. 3,000/- ,

 

Non-Member-Industry - Rs. 4,000/-,

 

CSI Member-Academic Rs. 2000/-

 

Non-member-Academic Rs. 2,500/-

 

Student Member-  Rs. 1,500/-

 

Other Student Rs. 2,000/-

 

***Team of 3 and above - 10% discount

 

 

 

 

Key take away

  • Fundamental concepts of Information Security.
  • Understand the Dos & Donts.
  • How to stay safe while using the Internet, Email, Social Media etc.

Workshop Facilitator

 Anjan Banerjee

Anjan Banerjee is Partner at Bizwin Consulting. He has over 38 years experience in the IT Industry and has held Senior level roles in reputed organizations such as CMC, Digital, IBM, PwC and Capgemini. His responsibilities included Global Business Management and required him to work out of multiple Countries.

 

 

Registration fees

 Cheque to be drawn in favour of CSI Bangalore Chapter

A/c No. 33762189110,
Payable at State Bank of India, B1, Cross Road, MIDC, Andheri(E) Mumbai - 400 093.
IFSC Code / NEFT / RTGS Code: SBIN0007074,
MICR : 400002057, IFSC :SBIN0003298,
SWIFT Code :SBININBB363,
Phone.No : 022-28362419 

Participation only through advance registration, (Batch size : 20 participants only)

Note : - Out station participants need to confirm at least 2 days prior to the commencement of the training

Use www.Meraevents.com for online registration Event URL:

 

 

Venue & For Registration Contact

Mr Sridhar H.C

CSI Bangalore Chapter, Unit No.201,

2nd Floor, MB Center,

134, Infantry Road,

Bengaluru - 560 001.

Telephone
080 22860461 / 40906171

Mobile
09448905268

Tele / Fax
080-22862215

Email
bangalore.csi@gmail.com
mailto:manager@csibc.org

Website
www.csibc.org

 

 

 

 

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