Posts Tagged ‘SANS’

ThreatQuotient-sponsored SANS study of Threat Hunting

Markus Auer

ThreatQuotient, a pioneer in the security operations platform market, today announced the results of the SANS Threat Hunting 2019 study. The study, sponsored by ThreatQuotient and conducted by SANS is, based on data collected from 575 participating companies that either work with or operate their own threat hunting teams. Unlike the Security Operations Center (SOC)…

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SANS returns to Munich with new security training courses

SANS returns to Munich with new security training courses

SANS returns to Munich with new security training courses SANS Institute to offer five courses across security essentials, forensics, securing windows, continuous monitoring and reverse engineering malware SANS Institute returns to Munich in February with a week-long training programme offering 5 courses including the German debut of FOR585: Advanced Smartphone Forensics taught by Heather Mahalik.…

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SANS London Spring 2016 offer security training courses

SANS returns to Munich with new security training courses

SANS London Spring 2016 offer security training courses SANS Institute to cater for introductory to advanced level students over week-long event in February SANS will host eight security training courses in London next February including the popular “Security Essentials Bootcamp Style” and “Advanced Exploit Development for Penetration Testers” courses. SANS will also debut the newly…

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“Security awareness planning and education is key”

"Security awareness planning and education is key"

“Security awareness planning and education is key” to dealing with complex threats says Spitzner Ahead of SANS London 2015, the largest and most important security training event across the region, SANS will be running the recently updated MGT433 Building a High-Impact Awareness Campaign class on 14th and 15th November. The course which has grown in…

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SANS Cyber Academy graduates to enter the workforce

SANS returns to Munich with new security training courses

First SANS Cyber Academy graduates prepare to enter the workforce Unique recruitment programme to provide employers with a risk free route to recruiting the ideal candidates for cyber security roles The first 30 students of the UK Cyber Academy – SANS’ unique 8-week, residential cyber security training programme – will be attending an employer recruitment…

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Rise of anti-forensics techniques requires a response

Rise of anti-forensics techniques requires a response

Rise of anti-forensics techniques requires a response The industry is facing a shortage of digital forensics practitioners able to investigate attacks that use fileless malware and other anti-forensics measures that leave little trace on physical disks. According to Alissa Torres, founder of Sibertor Forensics and former member of the Mandiant Computer Incident Response Team (MCIRT),…

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InfoSec: SANS Gulf Region 2015 opens for Registration

InfoSec: SANS Gulf Region 2015 opens for Registration

InfoSec: SANS Gulf Region 2015 opens for Registration Event delivers six courses including hacker techniques, web app penetration testing and mobile security. SANS returns to Dubai this October for the Gulf Region’s largest Information Security training event offering six intensive training courses all with an associated GIAC certification. The event will take place at the…

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Wireless security skills need to prepare for the IoT age

according to a survey

The proliferation of new Wireless security communication technologies within consumer electronics and smart devices is overtaking the skills of the information security industry says Larry Pesce, a leading expert in the field and SANS instructor. “There is a great deal of disparity between the security of the different wireless standards particularly when you compare the…

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Attackers are bypassing perimeter detection methods

according to a survey

More organisations are operating under the assumption that their network has already been compromised, or will be, according to a survey conducted by the SANS Institute on the behalf of Guidance Software. Fifty-six percent of those surveyed assume that they have been breached or will be soon compared with 47 percent last year. However, organisations…

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Europe’s largest IT Security training event returns to Amsterdam

SANS Institute will offer ten courses at mainland Europe’s largest InfoSec training event this May. Secure Europe 2015 will return to the Radisson Blu Hotel in the heart of Amsterdam from the 5th until the 25th of May. The line-up covers topics including Security Essentials, Incident Handling, Mobile Device Security, Forensic Analysis and Private Cloud…

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