SANS Phoenix 2012
Venue: Hyatt Regency Phoenix
|Event Date/Time: Feb 13, 2012||End Date/Time: Feb 18, 2012|
In addition to four popular courses in security essentials, securing Windows, hacker techniques, and pen testing, we are bringing our two new courses: AUD407 - this class is designed for individuals who are tasked with auditing IT systems for implementation of organizational policies and procedures, risk, and policy conformance and MGT514 - this course is designed to help with the transition from technical person to manager to leader and give you the tools to be successful as a senior IT strategic planner, policy author, and leader.
Here's the entire course lineup for SANS Phoenix 2012, along with their corresponding GIAC certifications:
Audit 407: Foundations of Auditing Information Systems - NEW with James Tarala
Management 514: IT Security Strategic Planning, Policy and Leadership - NEW with Stephen Northcutt
Security 401: SANS Security Essentials Bootcamp Style * (GSEC) with Eric Cole, Ph.D.
Security 504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits & Incident Handling * (GCIH) with Ed Skoudis
Security 505: Securing Windows (GCWN) with Jason Fossen
Security 542: Web App Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking (GWAPT) with Kevin Johnson
* Courses that fill requirements for DoD Directive 8570.
Please see our Events-at-a-Glance page for detailed course descriptions.
Put the skills you'll learn to practical use and join nearly 38,000 GIAC certified professionals who make the Infosec industry safe! Visit the GIAC Roadmap for more information, and register for your certification attempt today.
Earn your Master's Degree at SANS Technology Institute (STI). Take classes in Information Security Management (MSISM) or Engineering (MSISE). Click here for the downloadable Application form. Apply today!
Here's what past SANS Phoenix alumni have said about the value of SANS training:
"It's 6 full days of fast-paced, hard-hitting stuff. You really have the potential to walk out with a lot of useful knowledge." - Boyd Barker, Shell Oil Company, Business Integrity Dept.
"SANS always has the most technical and hands-on courses out of all the training centers." - Cynthia Jones, USAA
"These are skills I've been wanting to gain for years but never had the time or resources. SANS (and Ed) bring it all together (SEC504)." - Jake Evans, Tripwire
"Taking a class is great...taking it from an eminent authority and expert in the field is awesome." - Michael Powell, Legend Brands
"It has really been an eye opener concerning the depth of security training & awareness that SANS has to offer." - Michael Hall, Drivesavers
Register by January 4, 2012, 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 26, 2012. To obtain a government per diem room, available with proper ID, you will need to call reservations and ask for the SANS government rate. All 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 capital 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.
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I hope to see you in sunny Phoenix this winter. Register today!