| June 11, 2013
June 14, 2013 – June 23, 2013 all-day
Washington Hilton
1919 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20009
Varies Greatly $1000 on up. Full courses $3 - 5K
(301) 654-SANS (7267)

SANSFIRE 2013 - DC with Internet Storm Center LogoWelcome to SANSFIRE 2013

For more than 10 years, the Internet Storm Center has been providing free analysis and warning to our community. SANSFIRE 2013 is not just another training event. It is our annual “ISC Powered” event. It taps into the expertise behind our daily postings, podcasts, and data collection efforts by offering evening events focusing on current trends and actual relevant threats. The strength of the Internet Storm Center is its group of handlers, who are network security practitioners tasked with securing real networks just like you. This is your chance to meet some of them in person.

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Some of this year’s highlights include a talk by ISC handler Rob VandenBrink about the security aspects of Fiber Channel. Jim Clausing will teach you how to build an automated Android malware analysis lab, and Russ McRee, another STI graduate will explain the details of memory forensics using Volatility.

SANS will return to the Washington Hilton, Washington DC, June 15-22, with our top courses. Each evening, the ISC handlers will share riveting talks on their most interesting experiences and newest cyber hazards. These special presentations are free to everyone who pays for a course at SANSFIRE 2013.

41 Courses – 35 Instructors – 6 Disciplines

SANSFIRE 2013 hosts world-class instructors teaching top-quality SANS courses covering penetration testing and hacker exploits, security, management, wireless, forensics, secure coding, and much more. See our Event-at-a-Glance page for the whole list of courses and links to course descriptions. We also have one- and two-day courses to round out your training, which will be available at a steeply discounted price if taken with a five- or six-day course.

All SANS courses directly address the kinds of incidents reported by the Internet Storm Center in their daily diaries. And, it’s a SANS promise that what you learn you’ll be able to apply immediately back at the office.


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