We are excited to present three new 4-day courses with MVP Sami Laiho this year:
- 03.04 - 06.04.2017 BlackBelt – Troubleshooting the Windows OS
- 19.06 - 22.06.2017 BlackBelt – Advanced Troubleshooting the Windows OS
- 11.09 - 14.09.2017 BlackBelt – Moving from Reactive to Proactive Security
Sami Laiho is one of the world’s leading professionals in Windows Security and Troubleshooting.
BlackBelt – Troubleshooting the Windows OS
This course teaches you how the OS really works and how to troubleshoot it effectively. It is applicable to every OS from NT 4 to Windows 10 – both servers and clients. Learn to troubleshoot the hardest errors and raise your abilities above others! Let a world class presenter and troubleshooter teach you all tricks up his sleaves. Sami’s BlackBelt Troubleshooting session has been selected as the Best Session in TechEd North America 2014, TechEd Europe 2014 and TechEd Australia 2013 so you be sure to learn a lot in the most entertaining and effective way!
BlackBelt – Advanced Troubleshooting the Windows OS
Sami Laiho offers two courses for troubleshooting of anything that related or runs on the Windows OS. If you’re thinking about which course to take first, take the other one. If you are totally familiar with the stuff on the other course you are very welcome to join this one as well. It’s just the trainer's professional opinion that the best troubleshooters can be taught by taking these two courses and it’s better to take the more Tools-oriented BlackBelt Troubleshooting course first and the join this Content-oriented Advanced Troubleshooting course next.
Have you ever wondered if Windows Pagefile settings should be changed or how they actually work? Have you ever wondered what the values in Task Manager actually mean – like Paged Pool, Working Set, Free memory etc? Do you know how a file actually gets cached and finally written to the disk or how threads communicate with each other? Have you ever wondered what Mutexes or Semaphores in Process Explorer really mean? If you don’t know the answers, come and join this course as it will provide you with the answers and a lot more!
BlackBelt – Moving from Reactive to Proactive Security
Gartner has said that one of the most needed changes in enterprise security is to move to a least privilege approach, whitelisting of applications and overall proactive security. Microsoft said in November 2015 that 85% of all security threats would have been mitigated by moving to proactive security. In year 2015 all major antimalware companies reported more than 250000 new malware samples EVERY day! Do you really need more convincing that you need to do it as well than these facts.