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Learn ‘Virtualization Fundamentals and Security’ at Computer Science School Workshop

The Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences is excited to offer NSU students, alumni and the local community the opportunity to participate in a two-day workshop on Virtualization Fundamentals and Security on Nov. 14 and 15. The workshop will be instructed by Edward L. Haletky, president, CEO and principle consultant for AstroArch Consulting, Inc.

NSU students and alumni are eligible for a 10% discount on the workshop. Space is limited, so don’t miss your opportunity to participate in this vital workshop!

Virtualization Fundamentals and Security
DATE:       Nov. 14-15
TIME:       8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
WHERE:    NSU Main Campus – Carl DeSantis Building
COST:      $875 / $787.50 for NSU students and alumni. Fee includes tuition, course materials, and lunch.

The workshop will discuss concepts and key elements of virtualization security fundamentals. Information Security professionals will learn about virtualization, strategies for proper virtualization segmentation, network access controls and how to integrate with existing network infrastructure. Attendees will learn the essential strategies for securing virtualized environments, risks, threats, attack methods and best practices to secure virtualized environments.

To view the course outline and register, visit http://www.scis.nova.edu/alumni/vworkshop.html.