SANSFIRE 2014 at the Hilton Baltimore (Downtown Baltimore’s Inner Harbor District)

SANSFIRE 2014 is coming up soon at the Hilton Baltimore located in downtown Baltimore’s Inner Harbor district, June 21-30. SANSFIRE 2014 is SANS’ unique annual “ISC Powered” event. This is the event where the Internet Storm Center Incident Handlers present unique talks about the cyber hazards they deal with daily.
For more than 10 years, the Internet Storm Center has been providing free analysis and warning to our community. Some of this year’s highlights include a talk by ISC handler Rob VandenBrink about using virtualization in a consulting practice, Adrien de Beaupre will describe the why and how of attacking your own web-based applications with ZAP, and Richard Porter will use current literature and research as a foundation to discuss the current insider threat and risks. Also, don’t miss the State of the Internet Panel Discussion with Dr. Johannes Ullrich, ISC Director and Marcus Sachs, ISC Director Emeritus.
SANSFIRE 2014 hosts world-class instructors teaching top-quality SANS courses covering penetration testing and hacker exploits, IT security, security management, computer forensics, secure coding, and much more.
Most of courses at SANSFIRE 2014 are associated with GIAC Certifications, and once again, our NetWars – Tournament and the DFIR NetWars Tournament will both be features as part of this event on the evenings of June 26 and 27.
New courses include:
FOR572: Advanced Network Forensics and Analysis taught by Philip Hagen
FOR585: Advanced Smartphone Forensics taught by Heather Mahalik
ICS410: ICS/SCADA Security Essentials (GIAC-GICSP) taught by Paul A. Henry
For complete details regarding SANSFIRE 2014 and to register, please visit:
***Save 5% on your SANSFIRE 2014 course registration with code: SecOrb5_SANS ***

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