ISS introduces two new enterprise security courses

Internet Security Systems has introduced two new educational courses for enterprise security to cover intrusion detection and other enterprise security aspects.

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By  Mark Sutton Published  November 13, 2002

Internet Security Systems (ISS) has introduced two new educational courses for enterprise security. The courses, part of ISS’ X-Force Education Services offerings, are aimed at security and technology managers and professionals, and cover intrusion detection and other enterprise security aspects.

The courses will be available through ISS X-Force Protection Services, and are meant to address growing threats to corporate security. The first course, ‘Protecting the Enterprise,’ looks at wider security issues of how policies and management work together to provide security, including elements such as risk analysis, policy implementation, emergency response techniques and building secure networks.

The ‘Advanced Intrusion Detection’ course covers incident response, investigation, and loss prevention, and is aimed at network professionals.

“Internet Security Systems is excited to offer courses that go beyond a specific product focus to provide a comprehensive look at strategic best practices vital to protecting critical assets of large enterprises and government departments,” said Dora Burke, director of X-Force Education Services. “These new courses provide yet another vehicle through which ISS delivers superior security research and expertise to our valued customers.”

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