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SANS Workshops

Dive into material and get hands-on experience with tools and techniques that you can apply immediately with these FREE workshops led by SANS Faculty.

Free Upcoming SANS Workshops

In these workshops you will:

  • Learn Hands-on Skills that you can use immediately
  • Go In-Depth into the latest technology
  • Interact with other attendees
  • Get access to SANS top Instructors

The upcoming workshops are listed out below and will feature live stream instruction, subject matter expert support, immersive hands-on labs and student to student interactive Slack workspace similar to our Live Online environment.

Due to the nature of these workshops, many have a capacity limit and may not be made available for archive. To help us offer this opportunity to as many people as possible, we are asking that you please only register if you plan to attend live. Archived workshops will be available for self-guided viewing after the workshop has ended.

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Friday, 26 Aug 11:00AM EDT (15:00 UTC)
Duration: 2 Hours

In this 2-hour, hands-on session, you will walk through the entire cyber deception planning process starting with threat modeling using MITRE ATT&CK and their ATT&CK Navigator, then put your plans into action by implementing deception and viewing it from the perspective of an attacker.


    Upcoming SANS Workshops

    Please click through to registration for more information including prerequisites and systems requirements.
    WorkshopPresenter(s)Date/TimeDescription

    Cloud VM Deployment and Hardening

    Serge BorsoOct 13, 1:00PM EDT

    Join this Workshop to learn how experts solve for the security concerns surrounding virtual machines in a cloud environment.

    Advanced Vulnerability Discovery Workshop

    Matthew ToussainOct

    PrintNightmare, Log4Shell, and more! Your vulnerability scanners are TERRIBLE at discovering these kinds of findings!

    In this workshop we will perform an in-depth exploration of unique vulnerabilities, and design custom scanning modules using languages such as Python and NSE-LUA.

    Details and registration for future workshops will be added as they become available.