SANS Network Security 2010
Venue: Caesars Palace
|Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2010||End Date/Time: Sep 27, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 11, 2010|
At SANS Network Security 2010, you'll get hands-on, immersion training from SANS world-class, award-winning instructors (display the award logo) and learn what it takes to stop cyber crime for your organization. If you have attended this event in the past, then you know how valuable it can be to your career and to the safety and preservation of your company's online and computerized resources. If you are new to SANS Network Security 2010, SANS offers a high-energy program, hands-on labs, a huge Vendor Solutions Expo, evening talks on the most timely security challenges, plus a myriad of networking opportunities.
Choose from an extensive lineup of more than 35 hands-on immersion courses with in-depth training in security, forensics, management, or coding and development. There's even a Legal Issues and PCI in Information Security Summit with related courses and quick deep-dive talks!
The SANS Technology Institute (STI) offers a Master's Degree in Information Security Management and Master's Degree in Information Security Engineering. Many of the courses offered at SANS Network Security will count towards one of these Master's Degree programs once you apply for admission. Don't miss the opportunity to take courses that will advance your education toward a Master's Degree in your field.
Not only can you select a job-based, full course to meet your training needs, but you can also select a short, skill-based course to maximize your training investment. Some of the new courses are one-day courses which might fit nicely with your longer course! Many of the hottest courses will sell out, so register today!
We already said that networking opportunities abound at SANS Network Security 2010. Along with your course, you can attend the SANS@Night presentations, evening talks with keynote speakers, and our Vendor events. SANS Network Security 2010 Vendor Expo is being held on September 21, and provides a look at vendor products and solutions that can help address your organization's key security issues. In addition, we will be featuring Lunch & Learn sessions and Cocktail Briefs throughout this event.
This industry changes daily, and the challenges you face are undoubtedly complex. If you have pen testers, forensics experts, and application and software developers on your staff, get them to come to Las Vegas. They'll owe you!
See you in Las Vegas!