The CASP exam for CompTIA’s certification is a welcome departure from the standard test format in that it challenges candidates to grapple with real-world scenarios to test foundational knowledge.
Enhancing the guidance provided to clients, Baan Alsinawi, founder and president of TalaTek, has added ISACA’s CGEIT to her credentials
The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) and EC-Council, a world leader in IT Security Certification and Training, held a 2015 Capital Region TakeDownCon training and conference, June 1 and 2.
TalaTek Security Analysts Joshua Grove and Brian Thiellen attended the two-day EC-Council Foundation event, which provided a forum for researchers to display cutting-edge techniques of attack and methods for defense.
Baan Alsinawi, TalaTek founder and president, featured presenter at ISACA Governance, Risk and Compliance conference.
On October 21, 2014, ISACA held an all-day conference on Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) in Arlington, VA. The conference was created to provide CIOs, risk-management groups, system administrators, and security and audit professionals the opportunity to explore and discuss new trends, perspectives, solutions and leading practices.
Madeline Weeks adds “Federal Information Technology Security Professional: Auditor (FITSP-A)” certification.
On April 11, 2014, Madeline Weeks, TalaTek’s Junior Information Assurance Consultant, passed the “Federal Information Technology Security Professional: Auditor (FITSP-A)” certification exam from the Federal Information Technology Security Institute (FITSI). The FITSP certifying exam is a role-based exam ranging from Auditor, Operator, Designer and Manager. It is consistent with NIST SP 800-16, Information Technology Security Training Requirements: A Role- and Performance-Based Model.
TalaTek attends “P0WNAG3” Cyber Security Summit: “Threat Intelligence Analysis Techniques and Capabilities.”
On November 6, 2013, TalaTek attended the all-day “P0WNAG3”Cyber Security Summit in Greenbelt, MD, presented by TrainAce. The summit title was “Threat Intelligence Analysis Techniques and Capabilities” and its focus was threat intelligence and mobile application hacking.