New SANS Courses
New Courses in Development 2022
SEC673: Advanced Information Security Automation with Python
SEC673 is designed as a logical progression point for students who have completed SEC573: Automating Information Security with Python, or for those who are already familiar with basic Python programming concepts. This course will teach you the advanced programming concepts you need to make your code faster, more efficient, and easier to develop and maintain. You will learn how to automate common networking and desktop applications using Python objects.
This course is designed for anyone who needs to fill a skills gap when it comes to Cloud, and either a decision-making or hands-on role, in an organization planning to move to or already operate in the cloud.
SEC549: Enterprise Cloud Security Architecture
Learn how to design and build an enterprise cloud security architecture in cloud-first and hybrid environments.
Digital Forensics & Incident Response
FOR548: eDiscovery - Tactics for Conquering the Data Minefield
Linux powers a vast range of business-critical systems across the globe. From webservers to database platforms, to network hardware to security appliances, Linux can often be found “under the hood” making sure the system just keeps working. This course gives incident responders and forensic investigators the knowledge they need to understand how the systems work, how attackers compromise environments and how to respond and investigate in an effective manner.
FOR589: Cybercrime Intelligence
Industrial Control Systems
SEC446: Hardware Assisted Hacking
Tightly packed with tips, techniques, and hands-on procedures, this course teaches the foundations of both hardware theory and hardware practice, as well as how they relate to hardware and software security.
This course prepares operators to emulate adversaries and threats in a professional manner to test a target organization's people, process, and technology from a holistic perspective.
SEC568: Enterprise Product Security Testing & Analysis
SEC598: Security Automation for Offense, Defense, and Cloud
Learn how to break down an organization's security issues and define solutions to locally automate secure configurations, set a desired state configuration, deploy infrastructure as code in different environments, and detect and respond to security incidents in an automated manner.
Learn the essential building blocks for developing custom offensive tools through required programming, APIs used, and mitigations for techniques.
MGT553: Cyber Incident Management
Go beyond technical analysis and response activities and learn how effectively manage and lead people and processes for cyber incidents