Venue: Walt Disney World Dolphin
|Event Date/Time: Mar 27, 2011||End Date/Time: Apr 04, 2011|
Put some magic in your skills at SANS 2011. Choose from over 35 courses that are packed with the techniques and tools that you need at this point in your career. These are the five-and six-day courses that will raise your level of security knowledge!
SEC401: SANS Security Essentials * - Bryce Galbraith
SEC504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling * (Aligns with CND) - John Strand
SEC560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking - Ed Skoudis
SEC503: Intrusion Detection In-Depth * (Aligns with CND) - Mike Poor
SEC505: Securing Windows - Jason Fossen
SEC617: Wireless Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, and Defenses - Joshua Wright
SEC542: Web Application Penetration Testing In-Depth - Kevin Johnson
SEC301: Intro to Information Security * - Fred Kerby
SEC501: Advanced Security Essentials -- Enclave Defender - Dave Shackleford
SEC509: Securing Oracle - Tanya Baccam
SEC540: VoIP Security - Paul A. Henry
SEC566: Implementing and Auditing the Twenty Critical Security Controls - In Depth - James Tarala
SEC660: Advanced Penetration Testing, Exploits, and Ethical Hacking - NEW - Stephen Sims
MGT512: SANS Security Leadership Essentials for Managers * - Stephen Northcutt
MGT414: SANSÂ® +S Training Program for the CISSPÂ® Certification Exam * (Aligns with IASAE Level I & II) - Eric Cole, Ph.D.
MGT525: Project Management and Effective Communications for Security Professionals and Managers - Jeff Frisk
AUD507: Auditing Networks, Perimeters & Systems * (Aligns with CND) - David Hoelzer
LEG523: Legal Issues in Information Technology and Information Security - Benjamin Wright
FOR408: Computer Forensic Essentials - Chad Tilbury
FOR508: Computer Forensics, Investigation, and Response - Rob Lee
FOR558: Network Forensics - Jonathan Ham
FOR563: Mobile Device Forensics - Heather Mahalik
FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques - Lenny Zeltser
DEV522: Defending Web Applications Security Essentials - Johannes Ullrich, Ph.D.
DEV541: Secure Coding in Java/JEE: Developing Defensible Applications - Frank Kim
DEV544: Secure Coding in .NET: Developing Defensible Applications (four days)
Special: (ISC)2Â® Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLPÂ®) CBKÂ® Education Program
Courses offered at SANS 2011, which align with -DOD Approved Certifications.- For more information see http://www.sans.org/8570/
Be sure to check our Event at a Glance page to find eleven additional one- and two-day, skills-based courses that you can take with a long course and save on the short-course fees.
Many of our five- and six-day courses offered at SANS 2011 are associated with a GIAC Certification. Complete your SANS training experience with a GIAC certification attempt; put the skills you'll learn to practical use and join nearly 33,000 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!
Our top instructors will be teaching SANS 2011. Learn from some of the best instructors in the cyber-security industry.
See what these people who attended SANS 2010 have to say about their SANS Training:
"Conference was filled with great presenters who are top experts in their corresponding fields. Great class!" - Dave Atkinson, SCMC
"This was the best IT training I have attended. I am confident the tools and knowledge I learned this week will prove helpful." - Sarah Hesters, Southeast Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission
"The SANS organization held a fantastic event. All their registration, planning, and scheduling was superb. Absolutely terrific conference." - Deb Somers-Larney, FBI
"SANS provides 'the' best curriculum, steeped in tons of real-world scenarios." - Brian Redick, KTH Parts Industries
SANS' national conferences are known for their evening events, which enhance your training, and SANS 2011 is no exception. Our SANS@Night Series will feature presentations on the most current topics in information security by some of the best speakers in the industry. We have an impressive lineup already, but keep an eye on our website and use the SANS@Night link to see when evening events are added, and don't forget to check out our Special Events. Be sure to include in your plans our extensive Vendor Tools Expo & Reception on March 29, where you'll see live demonstrations of cutting-edge technologies. There will also be numerous SANS Lunch & Learn presentations and Cocktail Briefs to help you find the right mix of tools and solutions for your company's unique challenges.
At SANS 2011, you will have countless opportunities to expand your network of security experts and friends, and you'll learn more than you can imagine. Of course, there's fun for the entire family, too, as this event takes place right on the Disney property, minutes from EPCOT and Disney-MGM studios. (http://www.disneyworld.com)
For your lodging needs, our event will be held Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort. SANS has arranged a discounted rate of $207 S/D, which will be honored based on space availability. Government per diem rooms are available with proper ID. You will need to call reservations and ask for the SANS government rate. These rates include high-speed Internet in your room. This special rate is only available thru Friday, March 4, 2011. Book your reservation now as there is limited availability!
When you attend SANS 2011, you will see the SANS promise in action - what you learn in the classroom you will be able to use immediately upon returning to the office. You don't want to miss it! Be sure to register by February 23, 2011 for a $400 tuition discount.
Register today for SANS 2011. I look forward to sharing both the magic of Disney and SANS training with you in Orlando!