Information Security Media Group Announces 2010 Course CatalogInformation Security Media Group Announces 2010 Course Catalog Information Security Media Group, publisher of BankInfoSecurity.com, announces the release of its 2010 Course Catalog of educational webinars for financial institutions.
More than 100 individual, exclusive sessions are listed in this catalog, running the gamut from anti-money laundering and fraud prevention to regulatory compliance and social networking policies.
These online courses are taught by noted experts from banking, security, law enforcement, education and government. And registrants - in addition to the course information - are eligible to receive Continuing Professional Education certificates for their participation.
"It's taken us literally years to amass all of these educational programs," says Mike D'Agostino, ISMG's marketing director. "But whereas you could never go to one physical location and find all these educators and sessions under one roof, you can find them all in our course catalog."
The 2010 Course Catalog offers individual session descriptions, presenter biographies, course registration forms and information on how to purchase webinar memberships, which provide on-demand access to ISMG's entire education library.
For more information, contact Mike D'Agostino at firstname.lastname@example.org
About ISMG: Based in Princeton, N.J., Information Security Media Group publishes BankInfoSecurity.com, CUInfoSecurity.com, GovInfoSecurity.com and HealthcareInfoSecurity.com, which are one-stop sites for the latest news, insights and education on the top information security issues facing U.S. financial institutions and government agencies today. Through articles, webinars, podcasts, blogs and news alerts from federal regulatory agencies such as the FDIC, GAO, NCUA, HHS, FTC and NIST, the ISMG team is committed to providing up-to-date information on the security regulations, threats, solutions, training and career trends that most impact banks, credit unions, government agencies, healthcare organizations and other related enterprises. Leading companies supporting and benefiting from these initiatives include CA, Fortify, RSA Security, Secure Computing, Symantec and VeriSign.