Washington will host a cybersecurity training event between June 15-22, its organizer SANS Institute has said.
On various topics, the SANSFIRE 2019 will feature 40 courses. As a result, participants will receive a certification in more than half of those courses.
Among others, cybersecurity expert Rob Lee will teach his new co-authored course “Advanced Incident Response, Threat Hunting, and Digital Forensics.” Besides, Ed Skoudis, who is a pen testing expert, will teach his course on “Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking.”
Moreover, Dave Shackleford, a cloud security expert, will speak on “Cloud Security Architecture and Operations.” Forensic expert Heather Mahalik will join the program with a co-authored course on “Smartphone Forensic Analysis In-Depth.”
Hack the reader
Meanwhile, industry veteran Lenny Zeltser will also talk about how to avoid the top 10 mistakes in written communication.
“We can all improve the quality of our writing by watching out for the most common mistakes. In this talk I’ll share how to avoid these issues to strengthen cybersecurity writing skills to better connect with the readers.” she said.
"The courses at SANS are ALWAYS valuable immediately upon returning to work." – William Stott, Raytheon pic.twitter.com/mPFz4UBN64
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Zeltser will also teach her co-authored course “Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques.”
For complete information and registration, visit https://www.sans.org/sansfire-2019.