SANS Los Angeles 2003

Date: 29 September-4 October 2003
Location: Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites, Losa Angeles, CA, USA
Organizer: SANS

Join us at the end of September when SANS returns to the west coast for SANS Los Angeles with updated, cutting edge courses that are the sharpest in the industry. Six full tracks will give you something to choose from, and the decision could be a hard one! In addition to firewalls, intrusion detection, incident handling, and securing Windows and UNIX operating systems, this conference also offers Track 9, Information Security Officer Training. Track 9 is our least technical track, targeted for corporate and government Information Security Officers, and managers whose responsibilities include Information Assurance. Or consider filling in the gaps with Track 1, our bedrock course of Security Essentials that covers all of the above and more in intensive day-and-night sessions, bootcamp style.

At SANS Los Angeles we promise you will receive world-class training provided by the best instructors in information security, people who are full-time practitioners and great teachers. You will leave the conference with the skills and confidence needed to implement new tools and techniques as soon as you get back to the workplace. This is the added value you can always expect to receive from SANS training.

Tracks offered at SANS Los Angeles 2003 :

Track 1: SANS Security Essentials Bootcamp and the CISSP 10 Domains
Track 2: Firewalls, Perimeter Protection and VPNs
Track 3: Intrusion Detection In-Depth
Track 4: Hacker Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling
Track 5: Securing Windows
Track 9: Security +STM
Securing Apache (2 Nights)

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