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San Francisco East Bay 2020

Emeryville, CA | Mon, Jan 27, 2020 - Sat, Feb 1, 2020
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Cyber Security Training in Emeryville

Cyber Security Training in Emeryville

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

Learn top-notch cyber security skills in Emeryville

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: Three certifications align with SANS San Francisco East Bay 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:

“FOR508 is the best incident response training available, period.” - Ryan Jones, Baker Hughes GE

“SEC401 provided a vast library of information on developing a strong security posture, and in the course of the training, my brain shifted into a ‘security-first’ gear thanks to the intense and deep exposure to the multitudinous recommendations for securing an organization's network and data.” - Laura Farvour, University of Minnesota