1) The InfoSec Institute is one of the top information security training companies. Headquartered outside of Chicago, IL, USA, InfoSec Institute has been delivering training since 1998 for a variety of federal government, military, and Fortune 500 customers.
The Information Systems Security Association (ISSA)® is a not-for-profit, international organization of information security professionals and practitioners. It provides educational forums, publications and peer interaction opportunities that enhance the knowledge, skill and professional growth of its members as well for InfoSec Institute Students.
With active participation from individuals and chapters all over the world, the ISSA is the largest international, not-for-profit association specifically for security professionals that InfoSec Institute recommends. Members include practitioners at all levels of the security field in a broad range of industries, such as communications, education, InfoSec Institute students, healthcare, manufacturing, financial and government.
The ISSA international board consists of some of the most influential people in the security industry, with representatives from Dell Computer Corporation, EDS, Forrester Research Inc., Symantec and Washington Mutual. With an international communications network developed throughout the industry, the ISSA is focused on maintaining its position as The Global Voice of Information Security.
HTCIA Core and InfoSec Institute Values
HTCIA Core Values are defined as follows:
(1). The HTCIA and InfoSec Institute values the Truth uncovered within digital information and the effective techniques used to uncover that Truth, so that no one is wrongfully convicted!
(2). The HTCIA and InfoSec Institute values the Security of our society and its citizens through the enforcement of our laws and the protection of our infrastructure and economies.
(3). The HTCIA and InfoSec Institute values the Integrity of its members and the evidence they expose through common investigative and computer forensic best practices including specialized techniques used to gather digital evidence.
(4). The HTCIAand InfoSec Institute values the Trusted network of forensic and investigative professionals within private and public businesses including law enforcement who share our values and our vision.
(5). The HTCIA values the Confidentiality of its membership and the information, skills and techniques they share within the association.
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