[Dshield] Any thoughts on Chappell's Training... SANS?
stefmit at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 12:45:43 GMT 2005
Here is what I did, just beginning of this year: chose the GIAC-SANS
GCIA path (incuding the paper, which gave me, in fact, the incentive
to apply all the knowledge toward a precise objective, i.e. analyis),
and used Richard's and Chapell's material to improve on the
combination of methods and tools to achieve the objective.
So - in summary - establish an objective via something like passing
the SANS' GCIA, and use all the others to add to the SANS' body of
On 11/28/05, Mrcorp <mrcorp at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Just read and reviewed his new book for those interested. www.infosecwriters.com under the
> Recommended Reading section, or click the cover on the main page.
> --- Mark <markt442 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Andre',
> > You may want to brush up on Richard Bejtlich's book -
> > The Tao of Network Security Monitoring - Beyond
> > Intrusion Detection. Richard also runs an accompanying
> > site and blog at: http://taosecurity.blogspot.com/ and
> > http://www.taosecurity.com/.
> > Richard has a new book out that I haven't had the
> > chance to review yet, but anticipate reading over the
> > December holiday season;
> > Extrusion Detection: Security Monitoring for Internal
> > Intrusions.
> > Best of luck to you,
> > ~Mark
> > From: "Andre' DiMino - SemperSecurus"
> > <sempersecurus at gmail.com>
> > Subject: [Dshield] Any thoughts on Chappell's
> > Training... SANS?
> > Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 09:52:33 -0500
> > Hello all..
> > I am looking at educational resources for network
> > traffic analysis and forensics.
> > Does anyone have any thoughts or comments on Laura
> > Chappell's Master
> > Library
> > training?
> > How would this compare with SANS Track 503 in
> > Intrusion Detection?
> > Any other thoughts or suggestions are welcomed.
> > Please feel free to email me privately if you wish.
> > Happy Thanksgiving !
> > Andre'
> > SemperSecurus
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