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New Orleans 2020

New Orleans, LA | Mon, Jun 8 - Sat, Jun 13, 2020
Live Event starts in 176 Days
 

Cyber Security Training in New Orleans

Cyber Security Training in New Orleans

  • Five hands-on, immersion-style courses VIEW COURSES
  • Immersive training without home or office distractions
  • Direct access to world-renowned SANS instructors
 
 

Amp up your defenses with cyber security training in New Orleans

Threats approach from every direction and SANS delivers reliable, professional information security training for every member of your organization – leaving no one unprepared.

  • Training on the cutting edge: All courses are designed to align with dominant security team roles, duties, and disciplines. Explore the Training Roadmap to find the right courses for your immediate cyber security skill development.
  • Learn from the best: SANS instructors are active security practitioners who bring their extensive knowledge and real-world experiences to the classroom.
  • GIAC Certification: Five certifications align with SANS New Orleans 2020 training courses, validating student mastery for professional use in critical, specialized InfoSec domains, and job-specific roles.
  • A superior investment: Focused, immersion learning without distractions. Opportunities to network with and learn from other professionals and the chance to attend SANS@Night events and many other activities.
  • The SANS Promise: You will be able to apply the skills and techniques you’ve learned as soon as you return to work.

What attendees say about their SANS training experience:

“SANS never disappoints. The training that you receive is immediately valuable. You should find something on Day 1 that will help.” - Dow Shirley, ZAGG Inc.

“SANS training is directly pertinent to my position and responsibilities, was taught extremely well, and provided for excellent hands-on training and networking with others in the field, both instructors and students.” - Patrick Stapleton, Capitol Federal Savings Bank