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SANS Information Security Webcasts are live web broadcasts combining knowledgeable speakers with presentation slides. SANS offers several types of webcasts designed to provide valuable information and enhance your security education.

  • Ask The Expert Webcasts: SANS Experts bring current and timely information on relevant topics in IT Security. ATE webcasts are the go-to online format to obtain actionable information to help you in your security goals.
  • WhatWorks Webcasts: The SANS WhatWorks webcasts bring powerful customer experiences showing how end users resolved specific IT Security issues. These webcasts feature actual customers telling their story and what product worked for them to resolve their issue.
  • Tool Talks: These special webcasts offer an opportunity for you to hear from Information Security Vendors. Tool Talks are designed to give you a solid understanding of a problem, and how a vendor's commercial tool can be used to solve or mitigate that problem.

Not able to attend a SANS webcast? All Webcasts are archived so you may view and listen at a time convenient to your schedule. View our webcast archive and access webcast recordings/PDF slides.

Upcoming Webcasts
Date Title Sponsor Speaker
Tuesday, June 02, 2020
at 10:30 AM EDT
(2020-06-02 14:30 UTC)
Introduction to Writing Nmap NSE ScriptsJon Gorenflo
Tuesday, June 02, 2020
at 12:00 PM EDT
(2020-06-02 16:00 UTC)
Improving ICS/OT Visibility and Threat Detection with the Dragos PlatformDragos, Inc.
Tim Helming, Ben Miller
Tuesday, June 02, 2020
at 1:00 PM EST
(2020-06-02 17:00 UTC)
Tech Tuesday Workshop - The Golden Age of C2Matthew Toussain
Wednesday, June 03, 2020
at 10:30 AM EDT
(2020-06-03 14:30 UTC)
Winning in the Dark - Defending Serverless Infrastructure in the CloudEric Johnson
Wednesday, June 03, 2020
at 3:30 PM EDT
(2020-06-03 19:30 UTC)
SANS@MIC - Waiting for a cyber range exercise is not enoughOlaf Schwarz
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