Fast Lane Announces Global IT Security Training Partnership with NotSoSecure
12th January, 2016. Hamburg Germany and Cambridge UK - Fast Lane is proud to announce a strategic training partnership with world-recognised Internet-security firm, NotSoSecure (www.notsosecure.com). With its operations spanning 50 countries, across all continents, 3000+ classes and 1500 trainers who train 40,000+ customers per year, Fast Lane will work with NotSoSecure to provide its suite of training classes across the globe*.
NotSoSecure is a Penetration Testing and Hacking Training firm who offer a wide range of advanced IT Security training courses such as Advanced Infrastructure Hacking, Advanced Web Hacking, AppSec for Developers, Advanced Mobile Hacking and Advanced IoT Hacking. These courses are taught at various industry-leading conferences such as BlackHat, OWASP, AppSec, RuxCon, HITB etc., and are already taught privately around the world. Most importantly, the fast-paced teaching is driven through hands-on and state-of-the art labs in which people can practice every hacking concept in a great detail.
The strategic training partnership is designed to address the rapidly growing demand for IT Security Training and to provide carefully crafted, lab-based training that brings practical expertise into a hands-on teaching environment.
Unlike most security training which is release-based, NotSoSecure operates a continuous release cycle driven by its practical work in the area of Penetration Testing on a daily basis. Said Dan Haagman, Commercial Director of NotSoSecure; “If a relevant, new exploit becomes known and appropriate for our training, it will be immediately included. For example, in late 2015 the Java Serialization exploit was announced and within 24 hours it was already added to our custom lab and course materials. We believe in continuous innovation to reflect what is happening in the real world and wish to provide our clients with the very latest and best."
Said Torsten Poels, CEO and Owner of the Fast Lane Group; “Fast Lane has years of track record in providing training with some of the largest and most significant brands in the IT space. NotSoSecure’s training reputation will enhance this portfolio by offering our clients an IT Security suite of courses and offered through a mixture of delivery methods including face-to-face, Internet delivery and online around the world.”
The first public delivery together will be in Q1 2016 launching NotSoSecure’s “Advanced Infrastructure Hacking” 5-day class in Germany followed by an immediate global rollout in USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Germany / Switzerland / Austria, Eastern Europe (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Slovakia, Slovenia), Russia, Benelux, France, Spain, Italy, MiddleEast, South Africa, India, Singapore, Australia, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The NotSoSecure offerings can be found here.
*With the exception of the UK where an existing NotSoSecure partnership is already in place.
NotSoSecure is a boutique Penetration Testing and Hacking Training firm founded by leading industry Trainer / Ethical Hacker Sumit “Sid” Siddharth and IT Security Entrepreneur Dan Haagman, with the goal of addressing the industry need to make Penetration Testing simpler and more accessible. Working around the world in only these specialist subject areas, NotSoSecure was formed to be an agile, client-facing, highly innovative global security company designed to reinvent the way in which Penetration Testing and Hacking Training are delivered.
About Fast Lane
The worldwide Fast Lane Group specializes in high-end technology and business training and consulting. Fast Lane offers complete, authorized training solutions for leading technology vendors, including Cisco, Microsoft, NetApp, VMware, IBM, Barracuda, AWS, Red Hat, Symantec, Veeam, Veritas and other major technology providers. In addition to those vendor’s standard curricula, Fast Lane also develops advanced technology, sales and business transformation curricula. Fast Lane’s vendor-independent consulting services solve a wide range of issues from conducting preliminary analyses and assessments, to designing future-focused IT solutions.
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