[unisog] Registration Now Open for University of Virginia and SANS Windows Security Course on June 25-30, 2006

Shirley Payne payne at virginia.edu
Mon Mar 20 19:42:29 GMT 2006


Early-bird registration is now open for the SANS SEC505 Securing Windows
6-day course hosted by the University of Virginia in Charlottesville,
Virginia from June 25 through June 30, 2006. Highlights of the event
follow. You will find additional information and may register at
http://www.itc.virginia.edu/security/sansedu. The cost of the class
increases after April 19th, so be sure to register before then.
Questions should be directed to sans-uva at virginia.edu.

Date/Time: Sunday June 25th through Friday June 30th; 9am to 5pm each day

Registration Fee: Employees of accredited educational institutions,
state and local law enforcement agencies, and state and local
governments qualify for the substantially discounted fee of $850 ($1,000
for registrations after April 19). The course fee for all others is
$3,195 ($3,345 for registrations after April 19).

Although not required, upon completion of the course attendees will be
eligible to sit for the associated SANS GIAC certification exam for an
additional fee of $300 ($500 if signing up for the exam after the last
day of the course). More information on this GIAC certification can be
found at http://www.giac.org/certifications/security/gcwn.php.

Course: SANS "SECURITY 505: Securing Windows". The Securing Windows
Track is a comprehensive curriculum for securing Windows 2000/XP/2003
networks. This program brings the confusing complexity of Windows
2000/XP/2003 security into clear focus by starting with foundational
security services, such as Active Directory and Group Policy, and
advancing in a logical progression to particular products or features
which rely on these foundations, such as IIS and IPSec. This Track
provides best practices for security, hands-on exercises, extensive
documentation/screenshots, a CD-ROM of security scripts, and an
objective account of Windows security (neither bashing Microsoft nor
toeing the party line). This Track will also prepare participants for
the GIAC Certified Windows Security Administrator (GCWN) certification
exams.

Who Should Attend:
  o Anyone who manages a Windows network
  o Anyone whose IIS web server was compromised
  o Anyone who is planning to deploy Active Directory, Group Policy,
IPSec or a PKI
  o Anyone who would like to learn how to automate and script their work
  o NT, Unix and NetWare administrators new to Windows 2000/XP/2003
  o Anyone interested in the security aspects of Active Directory

  A Sampling of Topics:
  o Active Directory Design
  o Delegation of Authority
  o Dynamic DNS
  o Group Policy Design
  o Security Templates
  o PKI Installation and Management
  o Encrypting File System
  o Smart Cards and Tokens
  o IPSec and VPNs
  o RRAS and RADIUS
  o 802.1X Wireless Security
  o Making An IIS Bastion Host
  o IIS Authentication and Authorization
  o IIS ISAPI Extensions and Filters
  o Windows Scripting Skills
  o Scripting Interfaces: ADSI, CDO, WMI

Instructor: Jason Fossen is the founder and president of Fossen
Networking & Security, which provides consultation for Microsoft Windows
2000/XP/2003 solutions and security. In addition to the consulting
practice, Jason is also a prolific author and guest speaker at national
security conferences on a variety of topics, including cryptography, PKI
deployment, firewall design, web server security, IPSec, and Virtual
Private Networking. Jason graduated from the University of Virginia and
received his Master's degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

I hope to welcome you in Charlottesville in June!

Shirley Payne
Director, Security Coordination & Policy
University of Virginia















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