Welcome to CSCs Summit
- 2 courses
- 1 instructors
- 1 disciplines
Space is limited. Register now and take advantage of one of our discount options.
Offer #1: All Attendees can qualify for an iPad Mini or a $500 discount*. You must register for the Summit, and a full priced registration for SEC566: Implementing and Auditing the Twenty Critical Security Controls - In-Depth and book your hotel room at The Westin Georgetown within our group block. Book your room here.
Please register with appropriate code below.
- 32GB Black iPad Mini - CSC_IPADB
- 32GB White iPad Mini - CSC_IPADW
- $500 discount off your Summit registration - CSC_500
*Terms & Conditions: This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount, including SANS Voucher Credit and FlexPass accounts. Attendees who register on or before July 29, 2013 will receive your iPad Mini onsite at registration. Attendees who register after July 29, 2013 your iPad Mini will be mailed to the address provided (allow up to 4 weeks for iPad Mini delivery) if within the United States and Canada. iPad Mini is a registered trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Offer #2: Government Employees (e.g., federal, state, local, DoD) registering to take only the Critical Security Controls Summit qualify for a reduction in the registration fee from $1,995 to $995. Please register with code CSCGOV1.
Offer #3: Government Employees (e.g., federal, state, local, DoD) registering to take the Critical Security Controls Summit and a full priced registration for SEC566: Implementing and Auditing the Twenty Critical Security Controls - In-Depth qualify for a reduction in the Summit registration fee from $1,995 to $795 when purchased together. Register with code: CSCGOV.
Summit: August 12-13, 2013
Post-Summit Course: August 14-18, 2013
Recently, General Alexander, Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command, was asked, "What is the cyber equivalent of 'rules of the road' for driving, those standards that we need now to protect our systems, to ensure those systems are secure?" His answer: the critical security controls. General Alexander describes the critical controls as "the right starting point." Read More
|SEC566: Implementing and Auditing the Critical Security Controls - In-Depth||
|Critical Security Controls Summit||