Tighten up your security defences at SANS London 2019

www.theregister.co.uk | 11/26/2018 | Staff
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Promo Defending organisations against security attacks is an ongoing challenge, with new threats constantly emerging to test the beleaguered security professional.

Heighten the skills and knowledge you need to square up to the cybercriminals at SANS London 2019 from 11-16 February. The week-long event provides the well-known SANS immersion training through a larger than usual range of courses aimed at all security roles and levels.

Choose - Courses

Choose between these 10 courses...

Security Essentials Bootcamp style

Systems - Network - Security - Device - Security

If there were compromised systems on your network, would you be able to find them? Do you know how effective every security device is and whether all are configured correctly? Are proper security metrics set up and communicated to your executives? This course provides the answers in a bootcamp-style format reinforced with hands-on labs.

Intrusion detection in-depth

Security - Measures - Perimeter - Protection - Systems

Security measures are moving from the perimeter to the protection of permanently connected mobile systems. Learn the underlying theory of TCP/IP and application protocols such as DNS and HTTP, and practise using open source tools such as tcpdump, Wireshark, Snort, Bro, tshark, and SiLK.

Hacker tools, techniques, exploits and incident handling

Response - Computer - Incidents - Ways - Attackers

Follow a step-by-step response to computer incidents and explore the ways attackers undermine systems. The course also covers legal issues such as employee monitoring, working with law enforcement and handling evidence.

Securing Linux/Unix

Coverage - Linux - Unix - Security - Issues

In-depth coverage of Linux and Unix security issues includes configuration guidance and real-world examples, tips and tricks. Examine the general problems in all Unix-like operating systems and learn...
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