SANS Atlanta 2007
|Event Date/Time: Oct 08, 2007||End Date/Time: Oct 13, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 12, 2007|
Management 414: SANS® +S™ Training Program for the CISSP® Certification Exam
GIAC, GISP (GIAC Information Security Professional,)ISC2 CISSP® (ISC2 Certified Information System Security Professional)
The CISSP® (Certified Information System Security Professional) from ISC2 is one of the most popular and trusted network and information security certifications available today. While there are many CISSP® training courses, few yield the results and success that SANS has with Management 414: SANS® +S™ Training Program for the CISSP® Certification Exam.
We have developed a unique approach for teaching people how to think about and understand the 10 domains so when they are presented with difficult questions, they arrive at the correct answer. This unique approach that SANS has developed produces over a 98% pass rate. Therefore, if you or your employees want/need to become a CISSP®, SANS is the only logical choice.
“This course is the single best source of 'How to' knowledge for the CISSP®. The tech is only 65% of the knowledge and Eric Cole nails the 35% of 'How to' take the exam.” - Zate Berg, PWC.
Security 504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits & Incident Handling
GIAC GCIH (GIAC Certified Incident Handler)
Every organization that relies on its information technology infrastructure needs seasoned professionals who know what to do when that technology comes under fire. GIAC Certified Incident Handlers (GCIH) have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to manage incidents; to understand common attack techniques and tools; and to defend against and/or respond to such attacks when they occur.
This dynamic course culminates in a game of Capture the Flag where you'll pit your newly honed skills against target machines. By experiencing an attack in this environment, you'll be better equipped to respond to attacks against your own systems when you return home. The Security 504 Capture the Flag exercise requires you to use a wide variety of skills acquired from this course, including scanning, remote exploitation, password cracking, local privilege escalation, Web application assessment, and even steganography. With recent course updates it's been extended to cover Web application attacks, including Cross-Site Scripting, command injection, and session cloning.
“A 360 degree look at incident handling using real world scenarios that provides you with the information necessary to implement a successful IH program.”- Jeff Hoover, Info Tech, Inc.
Information Security is serious business. Training should be rigorous and challenging, and should lead to certifiable skills. If career advancement is your goal, join us for SANS Atlanta 2007 and let your certification attempt begin!