SANS Phoenix 2010
Venue: Hyatt Regency Phoenix
|Event Date/Time: Feb 14, 2010||End Date/Time: Feb 20, 2010|
If you took 2009 off as a training year due to the economy and your company's adjusting financial climate, wouldn't 2010 be a good year to return to the classroom to ensure that you have the skills to protect the assets of your organization? Travel for live training is a good investment as our events are packed with intensive hands-on training and compelling, up-to-date evening talks. Flights from cold northern cities to Phoenix are in the $200-$300 range.
Here's the course lineup for SANS Phoenix 2010 with corresponding GIAC certifications listed after each course title:
â€¢ Security 401: SANS Security Essentials Bootcamp Style (GSEC)
â€¢ Security 560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking (GPEN)
â€¢ Security 508: Computer Forensics, Investigation, and Response (GCFA)
â€¢ Management 414: SANSÂ® +Sâ„¢ Training Program for the CISSPÂ® Certification Exam (GISP)
â€¢ Security 505: Securing Windows (GCWN)
â€¢ Security 531: Windows Command-Line Kung Fu In-Depth for Info Sec Pros
Please see our Events-at-a-Glance page for detailed course descriptions.
Put the skills you'll learn to practical use and join more than 27,500 GIAC certified professionals who make the info sec industry safe! Visit the GIAC Certifications Roadmap page for more information, and register for your certification attempt today!
Here's what SANS alumni have said about the value of SANS training:
The raw material was unbelievable, it definitely exceeded my expectations. - David Philips, Faribault Foods Inc.
SANS is the fastest way to go from an Information Security beginner to an Information Security guru. - Dave Howard, Emerson
The SANS class (SEC401) stands out above the rest because of the subject matter experts who teach the classes and labs. - Shirlee Eitel-Birgham, State of Nevada
Register by January 6, 2010, to receive a $400 tuition discount. While they last, reduced lodging rates of $175 S/D are also available for SANS guests at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix though January 25, 2010. Government per diem rooms are available with proper ID; simply call reservations and ask for the SANS government rate. These rates include high-speed Internet in your room. This downtown Phoenix hotel features the Compass, a sky-high revolving restaurant for a panoramic view of Arizona's capitol city. Staying in the host hotel, you are steps away from your training classrooms along with the Phoenix Convention Center, Chase Field, US Airways Arena, ASU Phoenix Downtown, and the Herberger Theater.
Having trouble convincing your boss to spend on travel for SANS training? Research shows that business travel is one of the smartest investments a company can make, positively impacting job performance, morale and satisfaction among employees. See this article on the Return of Investment of Business Travel.
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