British Computer Society (Northampton): Penetration Testing Event

Northampton Branch  in conjunction with the YPISG will be holding a Pen Test Event at the University Of Northampton on 20th June 2015
http://northampton.bcs.org/events.php?menu_id=4

This is free to all BCS members , but the number of places is strictly limited to 30!
To book a place use the following link.
https://events.bcs.org/book/1608/

Do you think you have the skills to work as a white hat hacker?

Does the idea of penetration testing applications and infrastructure and learning the techniques for breaking into systems seem to be your ideal career?
If you've been working as a developer, in infrastructure or application support, and maybe already know the difference between nmap, metasploit and sql injection, then this could be the event for you!

We are running a one day overview of penetration testing, starting with how to develop a career in penetration testing, reviewing the methodology involved and getting close up with the tools used by professional ethical hackers. The event has hands on sessions with theory and labs. Make sure you bring your laptop! (Joining instructions will be provided on registration few days prior to the event).

Please note this opportunity is only open to a maximum of 30 attendees, and that we recommend only those who have a genuine interest in a penetration/ethical hacking/security testing career, and have experience of working with web applications, databases, and network protocols should register to leverage full value from the content.

Details on Location and Branch
http://northampton.bcs.org/events.php?menu_id=4

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