Where
Level 57, MLC Centre, 19 - 29 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000


Join Executives and Senior Technologists for our free Crystal Eye UTM Training session hosted by our team of experts.


This is your chance to get hands-on experience and learn how Australia's first embedded security solution can be deployed to create an affordable, multi-layered defense that will deliver a complete, fully compliant back-end system for your business. 


We will also introduce you to our MSP partner program. Our MSP program presents not only ways for you to tackle and manage the challenges faced by your SMB clients but also an opportunity for you to add additional income stream to your business. 


This is a great opportunity to meet some of our in-house experts and gain a deep understanding of our range of security solutions! 


Event Details


Where: Level 57, MLC Centre, 19 - 29 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000

When: Wednesday, 12th of December

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 

Limited Seats only, hurry and register now! 


FAQ's


  • What is the training program about

The training program is an introduction to Crystal Eye and how it will be useful for your organisation. We will demonstrate how you will be able to utilise the appliance according to your organisational needs

  • Training structure

1) Instructions on Crystal Eye installations

2) Getting familiar with security and the system dashboard

3) What applications are available in the Crystal Eye

4) What can Crystal Eye do for your organisation

  • How long does it run for

A 3-Hour Training program

  • Will a certificate be issued

A certificate will be provided at the end of your training.

  • What are the levels of training

Level 1 Training - Crystal Eye Essentials

  • Additional information

Stay after the training for refreshments and networking!

  • Key Presenters

David Cake - Compliance and Policy Officer at Red Piranha

Ryan Matthews - Business Development Manager at Red Piranha


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