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Nashville Spring 2020 - CyberCast

Online, Virtual Event | Tue, May 26 - Sun, May 31, 2020

In response to the escalation of the COVID-19 outbreak, we've made the decision to convert this training event into a virtual conference at this time.

The courses below will take place online, using virtual software to stream live instructors to all registered students during the scheduled classroom hours. (Central Time) This alternate training format will allow us to deliver the cybersecurity training you expect while keeping you, our staff, and our instructors as safe as possible.

Your registration for a CyberCast course includes: courseware shipped to you, live streaming instruction by a SANS instructor, four months of online access to course recordings, SME support, and course labs.

Monta Elkins

Monta Elkins is currently "Hacker-in-Chief" for FoxGuard Solutions, an ICS patch provider. A security researcher and consultant; he was formerly Security Architect for Rackspace, and the first ISO for Radford University.  He has been a speaker at DEFCON , Homeland Security's ICSJWG (Industrial Control Systems Joint Working Group), EnergySec's Security Summit, VASCAN, GE Digital Energy's Annual Software Summit, Educause Security Professionals Conference, Toshiba's Industrial Control Systems Conference, NERC's GridSecCon, ICS CyberSecurity by Security Week, UTC Telecom and other security conferences. Monta also is the recipient of the EnergySec's Cyber Security Professional of the Year Award for 2018. Elkins was recognized by the Industrial Control System (ICS) community and staff at EnergySec for his exceptional contributions to ICS security.

Monta is the author and instructor of the "Defense against the Dark Arts" hands-on, hacker tools and techniques classes.  He is also a guest lecturer for Virginia Tech and teaches rapid prototyping and Arduino classes with Let's Code Blacksburg. He has a YouTube channel as well.

Please also see the article on supply chain chipping attacks, published by Wired. (https://www.wired.com/story/plant-spy-chips-hardware-supermicro-cheap-proof-of-concept/

Here is a SANS Summit presentation by Monta Elkins:


Monta Elkins Will Be Teaching the Following Course:

Nashville Spring 2020 Instructors