Outrun the cyber-crooks with information security training from SANS Institute

In-person and online in Asia-Pacific with simultaneous Japanese translation


Promo No matter where you are in the world, you’re never far from a potential cyber-attack. Luckily, SANS Institute is going to be girdling the globe over the coming months, bringing you top-notch cyber-security events with a personal touch.

SANS Sydney 2021 runs from September 6 to 11, with 11 courses on offer, each of which will take you deep into key cyber-security topics, and all of which offer some level of in-person interaction. And if you book your spot by July 28, you’ll qualify for a $200 early-bird discount.

The agenda ranges from foundational topics such as Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling, and Security Essentials – Network Endpoint and Cloud, through to more focused courses such as Reverse-Engineering Malware or Managing Human Risk: Mature Security Awareness Programs.

And SANS Sydney 2021 will have a dedicated in-person training option for its Windows Forensics and Digital Forensics classes, which will be delivered in an in-person classroom-based setting with local instructors.

The rest of the courses will be offered as in-person live streams, which give you the ability to come to the training venue in person and learn with your peers from a remote instructor while enjoying in-person support from local teaching assistants.

Two courses, Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) Gathering and Analysis with Jeffrey Lomas, and Smartphone Forensic Analysis In-Depth with Domenica Crognale, will kick off at 10AM AEST (9AM JST / 8AM SGT), which is convenient for students in Japan and Singapore time zones, too. In addition, these classes will include the option of simultaneous Japanese translation.

However, and wherever, you’re learning, you can be assured that the instructors and teaching assistants are security pros at the top of their game. And once you’ve loaded up on content, you’ll be able to demonstrate the same, with most of the courses aligning with specific GIAC certifications.

Plus, whether you’re there in person or virtually, you’ll get access to an exclusive NetWars tournament, SANS’s interactive virtual cyber shooting range, which gives you the chance to develop and master your newly learned skills with a range of cutting-edge challenges, and compelling integrated story lines.

If the course you’re looking for isn’t being taught at SANS Sydney, be sure to check out some of the other online (and streamed) events in Singapore and India. SANS has selected course timings to suit most folks in the Asia Pacific region.

While you can’t predict what threats and attacks are going to hit your systems over the coming years, you can prepare for them with the best training possible. So head this way, and grab that early-bird discount today.

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