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Norfolk 2020 - Live Online

Virtual, US Eastern | Mon, Mar 16 - Sat, Mar 21, 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. (Eastern 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.

Brandon McCrillis

Brandon McCrillis is a Cyber Security professional specializing in Network Security to include Network Defense Posturing, Penetration Testing, Network Design and Scaling, Security Auditing and Offensive Cyber Operations. He currently serves as CEO & Principal Consultant at Rendition Infosec. 


Prior to joining Rendition InfoSec, Brandon was Team Lead while standing up US Cyber Command's Cyber Mission Forces, drafting technical guidance for Computer Network Exploitation tools, leading cyber operations and coordinating reporting of foreign computer exploitation capabilities directed against the United States.


A veteran of the US Navy, he is also a former Network Exploitation operator with the DoD and Senior Technical Lead for Computer Network Exploitation (CNE) operations to fulfill critical National Level requirements in support of strategic foreign intelligence goals and cyber objectives. He was one of five certified at Journeyman Operator level; Navy-wide. Through training, mentoring and supervision he led a team of over 150 of multi-disciplined cyber operators, to conduct more than 10,000 operations globally.


Brandon's proven application and in-depth knowledge of tools and policies relating to global Computer Network Exploitation operations coupled with an abstract operational thinking style allows him to neutralize threats by mimicking one. He also has extensive experience with malware capability research, security software research and enterprise security product integration. Brandon assists organizations, of all sizes and verticals, to better understand business risks and build industry-leading information security programs.


Brandon McCrillis Will Be Teaching the Following Course:

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