Tokyo Autumn 2013

Tokyo, Japan | Mon, Oct 21 - Sat, Oct 26, 2013

Choose from the following courses (Classes will be taught in English and simultaneous Japanese translation will be available):

SEC504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits & Incident Handling (GIAC-GCIH) with George Bakos, SANS Certified Instructor
Author Statement - My favorite part of teaching Hacker Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling is watching students when they finally get it. It's usually a two-stage process. First, students begin to realize how truly malicious some of these attacks are. Some students have a very visceral reaction, occasionally shouting out "Oh, shoot!" when they see what the bad guys are really up to. But if I stopped the process at that point, I'd be doing a disservice. The second stage is even more fun. Later in the class, students gradually realize that, even though the attacks are really nasty, they can prevent, detect, and respond to them. Using the knowledge they gain in this track, they know they'll be ready when a bad guy launches an attack against their systems. And being ready to thwart the bad guys is what it's all about. - Ed Skoudis
SEC575: Mobile Device Security and Ethical Hacking with Raul Siles, SANS Certified Instructor

Now updated to cover Apple iOS 6, BlackBerry 10, Android Jelly Bean, and Windows Phone 8

Mobile phones and tablets have become essential to enterprise and government networks, from small organizations to Fortune 500 companies and large-scale agencies. Often, mobile phone deployments grow organically, adopted by multitudes of end-users for convenient email access as well as managers and executives who need access to sensitive organizational resources from their favored personal mobile devices. In other cases, mobile phones and tablets have become critical systems for a wide variety of production applications from ERP to project management. With increased reliance on these devices, organizations are quickly recognizing that mobile phones and tablets need greater security implementations than a simple screen protector and clever password.

SEC504 is associated with a GIAC Certification attempt (GCIH). Put the skills you'll learn to practical use and join more than 49,000 GIAC certified professionals who make the IT security industry safe! Visit the GIAC page for more information and register for your certification attempt today!

SANS training is well-known for being relevant and pragmatic. All SANS instructors are industry leaders and experts who understand the challenges you face on a daily basis. Their real-world experience increases the practical value of the course material.

Read what our attendees have said about their SEC504 and SEC575 training:

SEC504:

Fantastic class! Fantastic Instructor! I have taken six SANS classes, I have not had a bad experience yet, they are just so professionally done! - Tom Cook, United States Military Academy

SANS has not disappointed me - they are the first choice for training material and knowledgeable instructors. - Jill Carson, CSEC

Awesome course!! Brings real world front and center. - Brian Howard, Grand River Dam Authority

SEC575:

Anyone supporting or administering a mobile environment should take this course. Tons of valuable information! - Randy Pauli, Chelan County PUD

It does a great job explaining the state of things and today, very relevant. - Lance Rudolph, CUNA Mutual Group

If you are reading this comment on a mobile device and concerned about your users security of your data, you need to take this course! - Phil Garcia, EWEB

Our training will be held at the Shimbashi Tokyu Bld / Learning Square Shimbashi. For lodging information and training location, please go to out Tokyo location page.

Get the training you need to work better and faster as a security professional. Start making your training and travel plans now to join us for SANS Tokyo Autumn 2013.

Kindest regards,
Suresh Mustapha
MD Asia Pacific
SANS Institute
AsiaPacific@sans.org

Blair Adamson
Director Asia Pacific
SANS Institute