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Registration opens for information security training event

SANS Institute returns to Dubai in November with four six-day courses focusing on security essentials, auditing, testing and detection of threats and intrusion

Registration opens for information security training event
SANS' instructor Ted Demopoulos will lead "Security Essentials, Bootcamp Style".

Information Security training event, SANS will return to Dubai in November hosting four six-day courses, each with an associated GIAC certification, led by SANS' instructors.

The event, which will run from Saturday 1st November to Thursday 13th November 2014 at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort, includes courses such as "Security Essentials, Bootcamp Style" led by Ted Demopoulos which covers the skills and techniques required to protect and secure an organisation's critical information assets and business systems.

"Students learn the most effective steps to prevent attacks and detect threats with techniques that can be applied directly back in the workplace, enabling them to remain at the cutting edge of cyber security." SANS Institute said in a statement.

Other courses include: Advanced Penetration Testing, Exploit Writing, and Ethical Hacking; Auditing Networks, Perimeters and Systems; and Intrusion Detection In-Depth teaching students how to detect and prevent intrusions.





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