2019’s Free Incident Response Training Conference

August 14, 2019 | Views: 6613

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Calling all Incident Response enthusiasts! The Incident Response Consortium (IRC) is holding its third annual free-to-attend IR19 Conference in Arlington, VA, on September 4th and 5th.

The IR19 Conference is a free training opportunity for industry professionals to learn new and improved Incident Response processes and develop their playbooks by implementing the latest industry findings. Don’t miss out on these two days to expand your knowledge and network with over 600 cybersecurity professionals and industry leaders.

  • 30+ hours of practical training on today’s best practices in incident response topics
  • 36 breakout sessions designed for all levels of experience
  • Learn useful operational tips and best practices from industry leaders
  • Leave the conference with a developed incident response plan
  • All levels of experience are welcome to attend. We hope to see you there and make sure to stop by the Cybrary booth to talk about our new Security Enablement initiatives.

    Get your FREE tickets to the IR19 Conference >>
    Ryan Corey, CEO & Co-founder of Cybrary, and Joseph Loomis, CEO & Founder of CyberSponse, give you a sneak peek of the conference here:

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