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SANS CyberCast SANS@MIC - Are You Certifiable?

  • Wednesday, April 01, 2020 at 8:30 PM EDT (2020-04-02 00:30:00 UTC)
  • Ron Hamann

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How to prepare for a GIAC exam without ending up in a straitjacket.

As I browse the GIAC advisory board and pen-test mailing lists, I frequently see emails from frantic people asking for prep advice for their upcoming exam, copies of indexes, cyani--- well, you get it, they want help. We're all busy doing our actual Infosec jobs, so studying for an exam drops to the bottom of our mental inboxes. I'm going to share my study tips and Ron's not-patented index building method so you can prep for the exam without cramming, and without going crazy.

Speaker Bio

Ron Hamann

Ron is a retired US Air Force officer and enlisted person with over 20 years of experience in information technology and information assurance, from software development and system administration to security analysis and security operations. Ron is currently a senior security analyst for Rackspace Managed Security in San Antonio, working in their customer Security Operations Center hunting for attacker activity and responding to attacks daily. Ron has been a security instructor since 2010, sharing his experiences at multiple security operations centers, both military and commercial, and various consulting clients including NASA, oil and gas, and construction industry companies. Ron teaches the three core classes for the GSE and the STI Masters program - SEC401, SEC503 and SEC504. When not thinking about attackers and defenses, Ron spends his time looking for yet another craft cider he hasn't tried and apologizing to his dance partners.

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