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SANS Sydney 2011

Date: 11 November-19 November 2011
Location: Sydney Marriott Hotel, Sydney, Australia
Organizer: SANS
Homepage: http://www.sans.org/sydney-2011/

The SANS Institute is holding a major security training event in Sydney.

Our Five and Six-day courses offered include:

SEC401: SANS Security Essentials with evening Bootcamp (GSEC) taught by Bryce Galbraith, SANS Certified Instructor.

SEC546: IPv6 Essentials taught by Paul Henry, SANS Certified Instructor (Nov 11).

AUD507: Auditing Networks, Perimeters, and Systems (GSNA) taught by David Hoelzer, SANS Faculty fellow and Course Author.

FOR558: Network Forensics taught by Paul Henry, SANS Certified Instructor.

SEC660: Advanced Penetration Testing, Exploits, and Ethical Hacking taught by Stephen Sims, SANS Senior Instructor and Course Author.

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