SANS Thailand 2012
|Event Date/Time: Jul 23, 2012||End Date/Time: Aug 04, 2012|
Classes will be conducted in English by SANS Certified Instructor, Bryce Galbraith.
July 23-28, 2012
- SEC 401 SANS Security Essentials Bootcamp Style (GIAC Certification: GSEC)
Security Essentials is designed to give anyone interested in network security the skills required to be an effective player in this space. This in-depth, comprehensive course provides the essential, up-to-the- minute knowledge and skills required for securing systems and organizations and equips you with the language and theory of computer security. Learn all of this and more from the best security instructors in the industry
One of the things I love to hear from students after teaching Security 401 is, "I have worked in security for many years, and after taking this course I realized how much I did not know." With the latest version of SANS Security Essentials Bootcamp Style, we have really captured the critical aspects of security and enhanced those topics with examples to drive home the key points. After attending this course, I am confident you will walk away with solutions to problems you have had for a while plus solutions to problems you did not even know you had. - Eric Cole, PhD
July 30 - August 4
- SEC 560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking (GIAC Certification: GPEN)
This class covers the ingredients for successful network penetration testing to help attendees improve their enterprise's security stance.
We address detailed pre-test planning, including setting up an effective penetration testing infrastructure and establishing ground rules with the target organization to avoid surprises and misunderstanding. Then we discuss a time-tested methodology for penetration and ethical hacking across the network, evaluating the security of network services and the operating systems behind them.
You will learn how to perform detailed reconnaissance, learning about a target's infrastructure by mining blogs, search engines, and social networking sites. We'll then turn our attention to scanning, experimenting with numerous tools in hands-on exercises. Our exploitation phase will include the use of exploitation frameworks, stand-alone exploits, and other valuable tactics, all with hands-on exercises in our lab environment.
Contact AsiaPacific@sans.org for further information.
See you in amazing Thailand this July!