[LACNIC/Seguridad] Training in San Juan - Security 504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits & Incident Handling

Peter Szczepankiewicz peter.s14 en us.ibm.com
Mie Ene 16 18:04:51 BRST 2008

  SANS is pleased to announce Community SANS Puerto Rico 2008, running 
Monday, March 17 through Saturday, March 22. This is the first time 
SANS has run a course in Puerto Rico. 
We will offer SANS Hacker Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling, 
in our signature Bootcamp style training. The course will be taught by 
Community SANS instructor Peter Szczepankiewicz. For complete event 
details, please visit http://www.sans.org/info/21529. Register for the 
course, and use the group discount code: COINS-PS 
Why Security 504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits & 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. For a complete course 
description, please view the short YouTube video from course author Ed 
Skoudis at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erK0d8ZkZrk.   
The Community SANS format http://www.sans.org/info/21534 offers the 
most popular SANS courses in your local community at a reduced tuition 
fee. Community SANS Instructor Peter Szczepankiewicz is an experienced 
network security practitioner who has taught this course in several 
locations over the past several years. He works daily to bring 
actionable intelligence and audit information out of disparate security 
devices for customers. Having spent time in a Spanish speaking 
military, Peter responded to network attacks to help identify and 
prosecute network attackers. He worked on Red Teams to ethically hack 
into high security networks so that defenses could be enhanced. As a 
Community Instructor for the SANS Institute, Peter demonstrates how to 
bypass security controls so that students can immediately better secure 
their work place. He particularly enjoys when his students earn the 
GCIH certification after the course. 
Here are five good reasons for attending Community SANS Puerto Rico 
+ Gain hands-on experience through detailed bootcamp-style labs with 
step by step guidance from veteran Community SANS Instructor Peter 
+ Benefit from a bilingual instructor to help with understanding the 
material. Receive the same great technical content as a larger 
SANS event. 
+ Benefit from smaller class sizes (fewer than 25 students) where 
you'll receive more personal attention from your instructor. 
Community SANS students love the small class size, because the 
instructor can make sure that each student fully understands each 
key learning object in the course. 
+ Enjoy numerous networking opportunities - we provide breakfast and 
lunch each day to facilitate networking with your peers! 
+ Save 13% on your tuition fee compared with larger SANS training 
events. Save an additional $250 when you register for this 
course by February 6, 2008. For tuition fees and deadlines, 
please visit http://www.sans.org/info/21544. Register for the 
course, and use the group discount code: COINS-PS 
And as always, SANS promises that you will be able to use what you 
learn in the classroom as soon as you return to the office. Does this 
sound like the kind of training that would help you to be more 
effective in your job? Then register today to join us for Community 
SANS Puerto Rico 2008 at http://www.sans.org/info/21529.   
Now is your chance to finally visit the Caribbean, surrounded by 
beautiful weather, and a relaxed atmosphere to really learn about 
network security. 
Not sure 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 
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, 
If you have any questions about this event, please send an email to 
mentor en sans.org . 
See you in Puerto Rico! 
Peter Szczepankiewicz 
Community SANS Instructor 
The SANS Technology Institute, a postgraduate IT Security College 
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