What to Expect from SANS at RSA Conference 2023
When it comes to protecting the cyber domain in an era of unprecedented challenges, no one goes it alone. We build on the diverse knowledge and experiences within the cyber community — exchanging ideas, best practices, and bravely examining our shortcomings —all in pursuit of a singular purpose: to make the world a safer place. We can only achieve this by working together. Once again, we are excited to lead multiple trainings and presentations from top SANS instructors at this year's RSA Conference. Stay tuned for a schedule of our planned activities, and be sure to visit us at Booth # 4416!
Plus, save $150 on a Full Conference Pass as a SANS member. Simply click Here or the Learn More button below and follow the registration prompts, and before checking out, enter promo code 52FCDSANSIN in order to receive your discount.
Keynotes and Speakers
One of the highlights of SANS and GIAC’s participation in RSA Conference each year is our panel keynote on the topic of the five most dangerous new attack techniques. Watch the 2022 keynote here to catch up, and be sure not to miss this year’s panel.
We're also hosting exciting discussions covering the biggest topics in cybersecurity live from the SANS booth #4416 at RSAC 2023! Stop by our booth to join the conversation or tune in online.
Speakers, Profiles, and Presentations
Jorge Orchilles, Instructor, Author, Purple Team Ambassador, SANS
Attack, detect, and respond with the C2 Matrix and multiple C2 frameworks
Mattia Epifani - CEO & Digital Forensics Analyst, Reality Net; SANS Certified Instructor
Forensic Analysis of Apple IoT Devices (Apple TV, Watch, HomePod, HomeKit)
Ed Skoudis - President, SANS Technology Institute
Rob Lee - Chief Curriculum Director and Faculty Lead, SANS Institute
Johannes Ullrich - Dean of Research, SANS Technology Institute
Heather Mahalik - DFIR Curriculum Lead and Director of Digital Intelligence, SANS Institute and Cellebrite
Katie Nickels - Certified Instructor and Director of Intelligence, SANS Institute and Red Canary
The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques