Stephen Northcutt on Security Certification and the SANS Top 20
by HNS Staff - Wednesday, 9 May 2007.
Stephen Northcutt, the CEO of the SANS Institute, provides us with an overview of SANS activities, the Internet Storm Center, the SANS Top 20 and the evolution of the IT security market in terms of the growing need for certification. This is a video that anyone wanting to get certified will be interested in.
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