[Owasp-alabama] SANS coming to Birmingham

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Hello Josh and OWASP Alabama folks!

 

As you may know, the SANS Institute is bringing the Community SANS

program back to Birmingham September 15 - 22, 2008.  We will be offering

one of our most popular courses, SANS Security 504: Hacker Techniques,

Exploits and Incident Handling in our signature Bootcamp style.

 

I am writing today for two reasons.  First of all, with our Community

SANS events we really like to offer support to the local chapters in the

communities we serve so we would like to offer you a speaking

opportunity during our event.  Normally we offer you a 15minute

presentation (Lunch n Learn) in order for you to let our attendees know

more about your local chapter, its activities and benefits of membership.

 

Secondly, we would be very happy to offer your members a discount on

Tuition for this course with use of Discount Code "COINS10".  I have

included a course announcement below for distribution.  Also, anyone

registering before Aug 6th saves another $250 Early-Bird and the COINS

discount is applicable on that already reduced tuition for further savings!

 

 

I hope to hear back from you and that we can work with your chapter to

help strengthen your local network security community in Birmingham!

- --

Deanna Boyden

Manager, Business Development

Community SANS

514-605-5140

 

Check out upcoming Community SANS training events in a city near you!

www.sans.org/community_sans

 

"SANS remains the gold standard in security training -

technical, hands on and immediately useful and relevant."

Robin Stuart, eBay

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Dear OWASP Alabama Chapter Member,

 

SANS is pleased to announce Community SANS Birmingham 2008, running

September 15 - September 20.  We will offer SANS Hacker Techniques,

Exploits and Incident Handling, in our signature Bootcamp style

training.  We are offering all members of your local chapter a 10%

discount with use of Discount Code "COINS10".

 

~  This is our most popular technical course, and the course

most people enroll for after having taken SANS Security Essentials,

which we ran in Birmingham last September.

 

Register by August 6 and save $250 on your tuition fees.  For complete

event details, please visit (http://www.sans.org/info/29553).

 

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Want to learn more about the value of taking this SANS course?  Why not

take it out for a test drive prior to registering for this course?  Just

click on (http://www.sans.org/info/17931).  Please note that you must

have a SANS portal account in order to take the test drive.

 

In this test drive, you will learn four modules from the course:

 

1.  What is incident handling?

 

2.  Incident Handling Phase Four: Eradication

 

3.  Buffer Overflow Defenses

 

4.  Future Attack Trends

 

Test your skills by answering the 17 questions provided that cover this

material.

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Security 504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling is our

most popular technical course.  Please read the comments below from

recent course alumni:

 

~   "The real-life examples really build the concepts presented. A great

~   class and an outstanding teacher!" - John Senn, Great Basin Bank

 

~   "An incredibly detailed course on exploits used by attackers trying

~    to gain access to your network." - Ernie Hernandez, USJFCOM

 

~   "Hands-on practice and detailed update on best tools and hacker

~   attacks, plus easy setup for tool use."

~   - Andy Proctor, GR Consulting

 

The GCIH certification, which you can earn after attending Security 504:

Hacker Techniques, Exploits & Incident Handling, is one of the

certifications required for the Master of Science Degree in Information

Security Engineering from the SANS Technology Institute,

http://www.sans.edu/info/29568.

 

WHY SECURITY 504:  HACKER TECHNIQUES, EXPLOITS AND INCIDENT HANDLING

What makes this course different from "Ethical Hacking" courses is the

technical depth, quality of hands-on exercises, and the SANS 6-step

process for properly handling incidents.

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Joshua Perrymon, CEH, OPST, OPSA

CEO PacketFocus LLC

 <mailto:Josh at packetfocus.com> Josh at packetfocus.com

1.877.PKT.FOCUS

1.205.994.6573

 <http://www.packetfocus.com/> www.packetfocus.com

 

President Alabama OWASP Chapter  <http://www.owasp.org/> www.owasp.org

Selected for "Top 5 Coolest hacks of 2007" Dark Reading/ Forbes.com

www.linkedin.com/in/packetfocus

 

 

 

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