Calling CISSPs! The Experts Conference 2020 is virtual, free and an official (ISC)2 CPE Submitter!

Imagine attending free, online training knowing you are earning those valuable domain-related continuing professional education (CPE) credits and that the conference organizer is submitting those on your behalf! If that sounds dreamy to you, then don’t imagine any longer and register for The Experts Conference (TEC) 2020.

The Experts Conference 2020 is the virtual Microsoft training event of the year, with practical Active Directory and Office 365 education from Microsoft, Microsoft MVPs, and industry experts.

While TEC 2020 is sponsored by the leaders who have helped move, manage and secure over 336 million Active Directory users — Quest Software – there are absolutely no product pitches! It’s pure training!

We’ll submit your ISC2 CPE credits for you, so you don’t have to

As the host and sponsor of TEC 2020, Quest Software is an official CPE Submitter, and will submit your attendance at TEC keynotes and sessions to (ISC)2 on your behalf.  You attend with confidence knowing you’re earning (ISC)2 CPEs and that we are taking the work of self-reporting off your hands and submitting on your behalf!

This applies if you hold any of these (ISC)2 certifications:

  • CISSP - Certified Information Systems Security Professional (ISC)2 
  • CCSP - Certified Cloud Security Professional (ISC)2 
  • CAP - Certified Authorization Professional (ISC)2 
  • CSSLP - Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (ISC)2 
  • HCISPP - HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (ISC)2 
  • CISSP - ISSAP - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (ISC)2 
  • CISSP - ISSEP - Information Systems Security Engineering Professional (ISC)2 
  • CISSP - ISSMP - Information Systems Security Management Professional (ISC)2 

TEC 2020 offers loads of domain-related CPEs

To maintain your certification, you need to show you’re staying up to date on the latest in security IT by attending conferences, educational courses, seminars or presentations.

CISSPs need around 40 CPEs per year, 30 of which need to be domain-related (Group A) and an additional 10 can be professional development knowledge sharing. At the end of a three year period, a CISSP must have submitted 120 CPEs.

TEC 2020 has many domain-related (Group A) CPE sessions and additional Group B CPE sessions. You can view the full agenda here, but basically the entire Hybrid Active Directory Security track (8 sessions), at least half of the Office 365 track (4 sessions+) and the Day 1 Keynote are Group A CPE-eligible sessions.

Here are just a few of those Group A CPE sessions:

·       Keynote on November 17 – 1 Group A CPE

  • Understanding the Enterprise Attack Surfaceby David Kennedy, Founder & CEO of TrustedSEC. David has released security advisories, including zero-days, all while contributing as a subject matter expert on Fox News, CNN, BBC, and other high-profile media outlets. At TEC 2020, David’s 60-minute keynote will dive into the various attack techniques used to compromise Active Directory and how to design your org to combat these threats. 
  • Security session sample from Hybrid Active Directory Security track – 8 Group A CPEs for entire track
    • AD in the Cloud: Untangling the Security Implications of the Many Variations of Hybrid ADwith Windows security expert Randy Franklin Smith. At last year’s TEC, Randy’s session was packed – and that meant it was hot in the room. Now you can pack his session from the comfort of your couch and get ALL the detail-ey goodness he’s known for. Need security certification CPEs? Yeah, Randy’s session on hybrid AD has you covered. 
    • Hybrid Cloud Securitywith  1-of-a-100 Microsoft Certified Master Sean Metcalf.  He writes extensively about AD Security and presents the kinds of slides people take pictures of because he goes deep on building out a secure hybrid Microsoft environment. 
    • Hiding in the Cloud: How Attackers Can Use Application Consent for Sustained Persistence and How to Find It with Microsoft’s own Mark Morowczynski and Corissa Koopman. You’ll understand these new application models and how they can be abused for sustained persistence, how these permissions work and what overprivileged looks like, and finally, how to find them in your environment.
  • Security session sample from Office 365 track – 4 Group A CPEs and 4 Group B CPEs for entire track
    • Protecting Office 365 with Azure AD Conditional Access with Azure AD security expert, Brian Desmond. In this session you’ll learn how the conditional access engine in Azure AD works. We will walk through creating conditional access policies for common scenarios and review how to troubleshoot them when something goes wrong.
    • Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection Deep Dive with Microsoft Security vMVP Susan Bradley. In this session we’ll do a deep dive on configuration mistakes that can lead to more attacks, and how you can investigate how you are getting attacked to better protect your organization.

Benefits of attending TEC 2020

  • Get your Group A CPEs – Quest handles the submission as an official (ISC)2 CPE Submitter
  • Expand your AD and Office 365 security knowledge
  • Talk to the experts in our Teams Meeting face-to-face Q&A
  • Watch from home – NO TRAVEL!
  • Watch for free – No management approval or expense reports!
  • Catch up on the sessions you missed by watching the recordings (I watch them at 1.5x speed)!

Register today for FREE.

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