Windows 8 & Cybercrime Security Forum’s Announced!

After working in Norway for most of January I’m off to one of my favourite places next week. Iceland to teach Windows 8 & Windows Server 8… Whoo Hoo! Also I’m joining my friend Paula Januszkiewicz at speaking at a Security event in Reykjavik on Thursday. If you can make it we would love to see you.

I’m also delighted to announce that the Cybercrime security Forum 2012 is taking place this March in the Netherlands. Join us for 2 days of deep dives covering such topics as Wireless hacking, Social networking Security, Hardware Security. If you would like to join us at any of our upcoming events visit the following links.

12th & 13th March – The Netherlands  –

3rd & 4th May –  Norway                      –

14th & 15th May – Sweden                   –

8th & 9th November – Cyprus               –

About Andy Malone

Andy Malone Microsoft MVP, MCT Andy Malone is the CEO of Quality Training Ltd and founder of both the Dive Deeper Technology and Cybercrime Security events. Based in Scotland, Andy is a popular international event speaker and technology evangelist with over 15 years experience. Andy was also the 2006 winner of the Microsoft TechEd Speaker Idol contest. Andy has delivered technical and security content to thousands of delegates worldwide at various technical conferences, such as Microsoft TechEd, IT Pro-Connections and Tech-days. His passionate style of delivery, combined with a sense of fun has become his trademark. Although his primary focus is for security. Andy loves to talk about the Windows platform, Exchange and Office technologies. And with knowledge dating back to the MS-DOS 2 and Windows 2.0 era there is often an interesting story to be told. But technology never sleeps and Andy continues to work with the Microsoft product teams to create and deliver ground breaking material on Windows 7, Server 2008 R2 and beyond. For 2011/12 Andy is scheduled to deliver content in Europe, the Middle East, Russia and the US to name but a few. Andy’s blog:
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