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Community SANS

Hosted Venue Program

Host a Community SANS event and your organization will receive many benefits including no travel costs!
Does your organization want to bring SANS training to your location? Become a Community SANS Hosted Venue today. Hosting is simple and helps you make the most of your training budget!

Featured Community Instructor

Bryan Simon is an internationally recognized expert in cyber security with over 20 years of experience. Bryan holds an impressive 11 GIAC Certifications and is a member of the Cyber Guardian program.

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Community SANS offers our most popular security courses in a small classroom setting in your own community - most courses have fewer than 25 students. The course material is delivered over a six-day period, just like it is at a larger SANS event, by instructors trained by SANS very best authors and instructors.

Groups: Have a small or large group and want to know how you can bring SANS live training to your community? Contact Us

How will you benefit from live, local training with Community SANS?

  • Value: Reduced travel time and costs by choosing the region you train in.
  • Live Training With Hands-On Bootcamp: Same courseware as SANS conferences, with Bootcamp hours to reinforce learning.
  • Your Instructor: SANS Instructors are real world practitioners and have been trained by top SANS Faculty Fellows.
  • Certification: GIAC certification holders are recognized as experts in the IT industry and are sought after globally by government, military and industry to protect the cyber environment.
  • Networking: You will get to know your InfoSec peers and can collaborate long after the training.
  • Online tools: Access to free resources, audio files and reduced OnDemand bundle pricing.
  • Smaller class sizes: You get more one-on-one time with your instructor so you can master course material.

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