[unisog] Early registration ends Feb 7th for - SANS Hacker Techniques - March 26 - 31
Manuel.Amaral at olin.edu
Fri Feb 2 19:32:38 GMT 2007
My apologies for cross posting, we're trying to reach as many people as
possible to take advantage of this event.
Time is running out, the early registration deadline is next Wednesday,
Feb 7th. This is a great opportunity for SANS training at an EDU
price. Please share this with your colleagues and friends. We hope to
see you there.
Manuel (Manny) Amaral
Associate Director, Information Technology
Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
NERCOMP and SANS will be sponsoring a 6 day course.
Don't delay!! Register now to take advantage of early bird prices for
NERCOMP's upcoming workshop:
"SECURITY 504: SANS HACKER TECHNIQUES, EXPLOITS & INCIDENT HANDLING
March 26 - 31, 2007
9:00am - 5:00pm (Coffee and Registration start at 7:15am)
Take advantage of the early registration discount.
Payments received by February 7, 2007
NERCOMP Members: $1250, Non-Members: $1550
Payments received after February 7, 2007
NERCOMP Members: $1750, Non-Members: $2000
The conference fee includes a buffet luncheon and continuous morning and
afternoon breaks everyday.
Four Points Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center
1125 Boston Providence Turnpike
If your organization has an Internet connection and one or two
disgruntled employees (and whose doesn't!), your computer systems will
get attacked. From the five, ten, or even one hundred daily probes
against your Internet infrastructure to the malicious insider slowly
creeping through your most vital information assets, attackers are
targeting your systems with increasing viciousness and stealth.
By helping you understand attackers' tactics and strategies in detail,
giving you hands-on experience in finding vulnerabilities and
discovering intrusions, and equipping you with a comprehensive incident
handling plan, the in-depth information in this course helps you turn
the tables on computer attackers. This course addresses the latest
cutting-edge insidious attack vectors and the "oldie-but-goodie" attacks
that are still so prevalent, and everything in between. Instead of
merely teaching a few hack attack tricks, this course includes a
time-tested, step-by-step process for responding to computer incidents,
a detailed description of how attackers undermine systems so you can
prepare, detect, and respond to them, and a hands-on workshop for
discovering holes before the bad guys do. Additionally, the course
explores the legal issues associated with responding to computer
attacks, including employee monitoring, working with law enforcement,
and handling evidence.
This challenging course is particularly well suited to individuals who
lead or are a part of an incident handling team. Furthermore, general
security practitioners, system administrators, and security architects
will benefit by understanding how to design, build, and operate their
systems to prevent, detect, and respond to attacks.
For a full schedule and registration information, please go to:
We would be grateful if you would pass this announcement on to friends
and colleagues who might find it of interest.
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Thank you very much. We hope to see you on March 26th.
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