|Date:||13 November-19 November 2003|
|Location:||Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA|
All of our courses have been updated of course, but in particular, our SANS Security + S has been completely rewritten and the Hacker Track has far more hands-on components so you can practice as you learn. SANS has always been the conference for "techies," but we recognize that skilled and knowledgeable managers are just as important to effective security. At NS2003 we have three programs for managers including the unique and very successful four day (shorter than our other tracks), SANS Security Leadership program designed for CIOs and other senior managers.
Whether you choose our hands on technical training or our leadership courses, you can count on them to meet the SANS promise: What you learn in the course, you will be able to apply the day you get back to the office.
Tracks offered at SANS Network Security 2003 Annual Conference :
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 6: Securing Unix
Track 7: Auditing Networks, Perimeters and Systems
Track 8: System Forensics, Investigations, and Response
Track 9: Security +STM
Track 11: SANS 17799 Security and Audit Framework
Track 12: SANS Security Leadership Essentials for Managers
Special full day offerings at SANS Network Security 2003 Annual Conference :
- Securing Apache
- Business Law and Computer Security
- Honeypots: Tracking Hackers
- Wireless Networks
- .NET Framework Security
Special night offerings at SANS Network Security 2003 Annual Conference :
- Securing Windows 2000 Hands-on Training for the Gold Standard
- Reverse-Engineering Malware: Tools and Techniques - Hands-on
- Black Hat USA 2015
Organized by UBM Tech - 1 August - 6 August 2015
- Decepticon 2015
Organized by Decepticon - 24 August - 26 August 2015
- HP Protect 2015
Organized by HP - 1 September - 4 September 2015
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