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Vendor Programs

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20 Critical Security Controls - Vendor Perspective

The Twenty Critical Security Controls are transforming security in government agencies and other large enterprises by focusing their spending on the key controls that block known attacks and find the ones that get through.


The SANS WhatWorks program combines webcasts, printed case studies and a variety of complementary sponsorship and branding opportunities.


The SANS Webcast Program provides vendors a unique opportunity to reach a highly targeted and pre-qualified IT Security audience.

Training Events

SANS events are unparalleled in the quality of the audience and event content. Sponsoring a SANS event will bring you the most qualified leads in the information security industry.

Analyst Program

The SANS analyst program produces leading edge analyst reports on emerging and mission critical topics that drive investments and policies in the global INFOSEC market.
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About SANS

  • Leader in Information Security Training
  • Over 165,000 alumni
  • 54,000+ GIAC security certifications granted
  • Instructors and students are the top guns in information security
  • Strong policy and community focus
  • Internet Storm Center
  • Top 20 Internet Vulnerabilities
  • Press/Media Voice
  • Research and Analysts
  • Industrial Control Systems, DFIR, Penetration Testing and Other Technical Summits
  • Consensus Research Projects: 20 Critical Security Controls, Top 25 Software Errors
  • Free Resources: Information Security Reading Room, Security Newsletters
  • Vendor neutral
  • Deep rooted trust position
  • Training ground for next-generation of information security and business leaders

What Our Information Security Vendors Say About Our Marketing Programs

"For Tenable, SANS WhatWorks program was a major marketing win on several levels. First, it overcame the challenge of presenting an in-depth customer case study that was anonymized, but also highly credible. Along with the case study, which is a terrific marketing asset, the WhatWorks webcast interview hosted by SANS' John Pescatore, was an especially compelling live presentation - now available on-demand - that generated (and continues generating) a large number of leads. Bottom line, SANS' WhatWorks has been awesome for Tenable." - David Schreiber, Demand Generation Manager, Tenable

"We derive a lot of value from working with the SANS Analyst Program. Their team of thought leaders creates timely, relevant industry research that our prospects and customers find very useful." - Emily Thurman, Director, Demand Generation, AlienVault