Norcross, GA (PressExposure) March 04, 2009 -- LIGATT Security CEO, Gregory Evans Announces Launch of Cyber Crime Courses in the Atlanta, Georgia Area
CEO of LIGATT Security (IGTP), Gregory Evans announced today that the company will launch a series of cyber-crime related courses at the beginning of this month. The courses will be taught at the Jasper, Woodstock and North Metro campuses of Appalachian Technical College in the metro Atlanta area.
Self proclaimed, âWorldâs No. 1 Hackerâ, Gregory Evans will use his expertise combined with over 25 years of experience in technology and computer security to uncover the methods that computer hackers use to access information, and show students how not to be a victim. All courses are taught at a novice level that allows people from all educational and professional backgrounds to grasp the material.
The scheduled courses include; Computer Forensics, Computer Theft Prevention & Stolen Computer Recovery, Computer Surveillance and Spyware, Cyber Law - The Law of the Internet, Identity Theft Seminar, Password Cracking and Recovery, Security Policies, White Hat Hacking, and Wireless Security.
âI am very excited to partner with Appalachian Technical College. This is a much needed course for everyoneâ, says CEO Gregory Evans. LIGATT Securityâs Cyber Crime courses are ideal for everyone. From people who understand that Cyber Crime is an ever increasing threat, to law enforcement officials who are accountable for protecting the personal information of the public, LIGATT Securityâs Cyber Crime courses will equip students with the knowledge to combat Cyber Crime. All courses are eligible for Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification for law enforcement officials.
âWe are thrilled about LIGATT Securityâs Cyber Crime courses because not only do they enhance our Criminal Justice program, but they also show Law Enforcement officials how to keep information secureâ, says Darrell Dial, Continuing Education Coordinator for Appalachian Technical College. âWe chose LIGATT Securityâs courses in particular because they are very skilled in Computer Security and offer courses that cover a broad spectrum of Cyber Crime in detail, a topic that is pivotal for students in the current economic state.â
Gregory Evans is a Certified Ethical Hacker and industry leader in Computer Security. Evans has successfully taught Cyber Crime courses at several colleges in the Los Angeles, California area. A few of these institutions include; Pepperdine University, Santa Monica College, and California State - Los Angeles campus.
LIGATT Security (IGTP) is a publicly traded company that specializes in Hi-Tech Security and continues to strive as a leader in Computer Security, CCTV Surveillance, and Cyber Crime investigation. For more information about LIGATT Security (IGTP), go to http://www.ligatt.com.
If you would like more information about the courses offered, or would like to register for a class, log on to [http://www.appalachiantech.edu] and click on continuing education. All courses are listed under the Crime Computer Security section.