The hacker attackers get in training

Tuesday, 29 October 2002, 3:02 PM EST

Executrain recently hosted the Middle East’s first Symantec Gateway Security (SGS) training course – the first such programme to be run outside of the USA. The new course is sure to be welcomed by a region experiencing a growing security intrusion and hacking threat of late.

Kevin Isaac, Symantec regional director, said: This is the first training of its kind in the Middle East. Being committed to the region, we have to ensure that the skill set for high-end enterprise security products are available for our partners to provide and solutions based on these parameters. We believe that meticulous training, partnered with Symantec’s solid security products, offers our partners the greatest value in terms of security solutions.”

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