Monday, October 20, 2008

Security 504: SANS Hacker Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling

Dear Security Professional,

SANS is bringing Security 504: SANS Hacker Techniques, Exploits and
Incident Handling to your local community in out popular Mentor hands-on
format! Beginning on January 7, SANS Mentor Kees Leune will be leading
this class in Garden City, New York. For complete course details,
please click on http://www.sans.org/info/34049.

Before registering, please contact me for some referral information!

SANS END OF YEAR APPLE GIFT CARD PROMOTION: For a limited time SANS is
offering a $200 Apple gift card for registering and paying for this
class prior to December 31. Looking to try the new iPhone? Here is your
chance! Simply enter the word "Apple" in the comments box on the second
registration screen and make payment by December 31 to receive a $200
Apple gift card.
Why Choose the Mentor Program?
The Mentor Program, http://www.sans.org/info/34054, consists of small,
locally run, 10 week classes utilizing the same great SANS courseware
presented at the larger conferences. This unique program opens SANS
training up to students with family or work commitments necessitating a
more flexible option. Mentored students report several major benefits
of this format including: cost savings, time to digest the material,
convenient evening classes, small groups, a Mentor "coach", and
community networking.
COST SAVINGS: Is the slowing economy resulting in reduced training
budgets? With the SANS Mentor program, you save 25% off the regular
SANS tuition fee with the ability to save even more with group discounts
(see below). No need to spend money on travel and living expenses or
spend a week away from the family.
PACED STUDY: Take 10 weeks to work through and understand the material.
Past students report that the slower pace allows them to absorb and
apply the information. Each session provides you the opportunity to
apply the materials the next day when you return to the office!
EVENING CLASSES: The Mentor program provides a method for learning the
SANS materials and working towards a GIAC certification without taking
time off from work.
COMMUNITY NETWORKING: The Mentor program allows you to work with local
security professionals in an open discussion format. This community
networking has been identified by students as a major benefit of the
Mentor program.
One recent Mentor student commented, "I thought that the class was
great. I would consider taking another SANS Mentor Program class. It
was much more convenient than traveling and I had the ability to review
material at my own pace." Clint Barnett - Computer & Information
Security Forensics Examiner
A SANS Institute course delivered locally in Garden City, New York, by
an experienced SANS Mentor who will lead you over a comfortable and
convenient schedule, saving you money, while giving you the opportunity
to network with local security professionals. What a great
combination!! Plus SANS promises you will be able to use what you learn
in the classroom as soon as you return to the office.
TUITION DISCOUNTS!
SANS offers group registration discounts for 2 or more students who
register from the same organization. To obtain the Group Discount fee
and Registration Code offered for this course, contact Miranda Ruddick
at mentor@sans.org PRIOR to registering, and provide the names and
e-mail addresses of all the students registering within your
organization.
Does this sound like the kind of training that would help you be more
effective in your job? Then register today at
http://www.sans.org/info/34049 and see for yourself the excellent value
of SANS training and GIAC certification!
If you have any questions about this course offering, please contact
mentor@sans.org.
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