No really, do YOU seriously believe your IT infrastructure is safe?
Renowned Security Expert, Paula Januszkiewicz, specialized in Penetration Testing, Enterprise Security MVP and MCT and Microsoft Security Trusted Advisor, #1 speaker at premium IT conferences such as Microsoft Ignite, TechEd, RSA and more, will be in Romania for a 5-day security hands-on class in Bucharest, put together by Avaelgo Training.
During the 17th and 21st of August, Paula will host the Windows Infrastructure Masterclass, which aims to bring the specialization within hacking and securing IT infrastructures. This course especially designed for enterprise administrators, infrastructure architects, security professionals, system engineers, network administrators, IT professionals and security consultants. As an added benefit, attendees will become Certified Security Engineers (CSEN).
Therefore, if you have you’re feet on the ground and realize that you MUST know more about security, this course is a must-attend-to and you’d better make sure you have you’re agenda free during August 17 and 21.
For the past 5 years, two great IT community volunteers, namely Tudor Damian and Mihai Tataran, along with a team of engaged volunteers, have put together what is in my opinion the greatest community driven IT conference in Romania, namely ITCamp.
Last year’s edition gathered over 500 attendees, mostly mid- and high-level software developers, all keen to learn from and network with an impressive panel of speakers coming from all over the world, each of them an expert in the IT industry.
Given the public agenda available on http://itcamp.ro, this year’s edition will easily surpasses both content quality and quantity; let me explain:
- on one hand, this year’s ITCamp will also host a *NEW* track of business-oriented sessions where you could get a lot of insights on how to manage IT risk, what the cloud business models are given the industry cloud-emerging market worldwide, how to become a productive product owner and, one of my very favorites, how to manage intellectual property upon application launch
- on the other hand, ITCamp 2015 has an impressive list of speakers, such as Paula Januszkiewicz – Enterprise Security MVP, Andy Malone – Enterprise Security MVP, Daniel Petri – Directory Services MVP, Andy Cross – Azure MVP and Microsoft RD, Raffaele Rialdi – Developer Security MVP, Tobiasz Koprowski – SQL Server MVP, David Giard – Microsoft Technical Evangelist, Adam Granicz – F# MVP, to name a few (of course, myself included 🙂 )
To quickly conclude, if you haven’t yet, now is your chance to register for ITCamp 2015 at http://itcamp.ro. The ticket costs around EUR130.00, a bargain considering that this is a once-in-a-year opportunity to get really valuable networking, along with great sessions and wonderful food from the caterer – Grand Hotel Italia.