Welcome to Riyadh 2017
- 4 courses
- 4 instructors
- 2 disciplines
Cyber Security Training At SANS Riyadh 2017
SANS Riyadh takes place on May 6th to the 11th May, at the Riyadh Marriot Hotel. Courses on offer are: FOR572: Advanced Network Forensics and Analysis, SEC401: Security Essentials Bootcamp Style, SEC504: Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling and SEC560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking.
- Learn in a classroom environment, under the guidance of SANS Instructors.
- Prepare for: GNFA, GSEC, GCIH and GPEN Certifications.
- The Riyadh Marriot Hotel is located in Riyahd's business district with the city's most renowned landmarks close by.
Instructors teaching at SANS Riyadh 2017
- Philip Hagen: Phil began his security career in the US Air Force Academy, has worked in IT security since 1998 and FOR572's co-author.
- Hidayath Ullah Khan holds CISSP, GCIH, GPEN, GSEC, GHD certifications and has over 20 years experience in Information Security. Khan has been actively involved both on the offense & defence side of the Infosec field and his areas of expertise include Penetration Testing, Vulnerability Assessments, Incident Response, Security Audits, Network Architecture Reviews.
- Steve Armstrong: Steve began working in the security arena in 1994 whilst serving in the UK Royal Air Force. He specialized in the technical aspects of IT security from 1997 onward, and before retiring from active duty, he lead the RAF's penetration and TEMPEST testing teams. He founded Logically Secure in 2006 to provide specialist security advice to government departments, defense contractors, the online video gaming industry, and both music and film labels worldwide.
- Erik Van Buggenhout: Erik is an instructor for the SANS SEC542 "Web Application Penetration Testing & Ethical Hacking" and SANS SEC560 "Network Penetration Testing & Ethical Hacking" courses. Next to his teaching activities for SANS, Erik is the head of technical security services at nViso.