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Cyber security pros: move to the next level next year
SANS’ 2023 cyber security training conferences provide the springboard to a new set of skills
Sponsored Post Your skills as a cyber security professional are only as up to date as the threats designed to test them, so it's a good idea to stay ahead of the game and keep refreshing them as often as possible. That's what SANS cyber security training events, held across the US in 2023, are here to help you do.
You can choose to attend these events either in person or log in virtually online from anywhere in the world to take part in interactive training via hands-on labs. The courses cover a wide range of cyber security skills, roles and specialisms, ranging from Cloud Security Essentials and Windows Forensic Analysis to Cyber Threat Intelligence and Industrial Control System (ICS) Visibility, and Detection and Response.
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These live events allow you the opportunity to get together with your peers and instructor to have deeper conversations, which allows a greater comprehension of the subject matter to advance your skills.
The specific dates and locations for SANS's national events are:
SANS Security East, January 16-21, New Orleans, LA
SANS 2023, April 2-7, Orlando, FL
SANS Security West, May 15 - 20, San Diego, CA
SANSFIRE, July 10- 15, Washington, DC
If you're available to attend in-person at any of the four US locations, you can also show off your skills during the Core NetWars Tournaments, billed as a trip through a "whimsical and off-kilter" technical landscape that integrates challenges such as forensics and pentesting within an immersive gaming experience.
All courses include electronic and printed books, and several modules align with GIAC certifications. The Live Online program features live stream instruction from SANS active security practitioners, backed by real-time support from GIAC-certified teacher assistants. You'll also have access to an archive of course lectures and four months of lecture recordings to keep the lesson fresh in your mind.
With much of the SANS training content being specifically designed to align with professional cyber security job roles, you'll be able to start putting your new found skills to good use as soon as you get back to work in preparation for that next step up the career ladder.
Sponsored by SANS.