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    • #4204
      Don Donzal

      SANS Cyber Defense Initiative 2009
      December 11 – 18, 2009
      Washington, DC

      December brings SANS’ best new courses to Washington to serve the nation’s most sophisticated cyber security community. See our new hacker classes, wireless, secure coding, pen testing, 20 critical controls, and more. SANS is the one education organization known for developing those security skills now most in need. Don’t miss this unique chance to learn from the best teachers in security.

      Pick a course and come to SANS Cyber Defense Initiative, December 11-18, 2009. You’ll get the kind of hands-on, immersion training that you can put to work immediately — courses that you will love.

      Go to our Event-at-a-Glance page and pick from these extraordinary immersion programs:

      SEC401: SANS Security Essentials
      SEC504: Hacker Techniques, Exploits & Incident Handling
      SED560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking
      SEC508: Computer Forensics, Investigation, and Response
      MGT512: SANS Security Leadership Essentials For Managers
      SEC503: Intrusion Detection in-Depth
      SEC542: Web App Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking
      SEC505: Securing Windows
      SEC408: Computer Forensic Essentials – New
      LEG 523: Legal Issues in Information Technology and Information Security
      SEC606: Drive and Data Recovery Forensics – New
      SEC610: Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques
      DEV541: Secure Coding in Java/JEE: Developing Defensible Applications
      SEC566: 20 Critical Security Controls In-Depth – New

      May we bring to your attention our featured 2-day short course:H

      AUD429: IT Security Audit Essentials Bootcamp

      Along with these six 1-day courses:

      MGT404: Fundamentals of Information Security Policy
      SEC434: Log Management In-Depth: Compliance, Security, Forensics, and Troubleshooting – New
      SEC526: Advanced Filesystem Recovery and Memory Forensics
      SEC531: Windows Command-Line Kung Fu In-Depth for Info Sec Pros
      SEC550: Advanced Information Recon
      DEV534: Secure Code Review for Java Web Apps – New

      Complete your SANS training experience with a GIAC certification attempt! Many of our courses offered at SANS CDI 2009 are associated with a GIAC Certification. Put the skills you’ll learn to practical use and join the thousands of GIAC certified professionals who make the info sec industry safe!


      Marriott Wardman Park
      2660 Woodley Road NW
      Washington, District Of Columbia 20008 USA
      Phone: (202) 328-2000
      Web site:

      For more info:


    • #26597

      I’m attending CDI this year, is anyone else from EH-Net going and want to have a small meet-up?

    • #26598

      I might be there, but not sure what course

    • #26599
      Don Donzal

      Hey Guys,

      If anyone is going to a SANS event, please use the link we provide, or, if on the phone, please tell them that EH-Net sent you. We get a small referral fee that helps keep the site going.

      Much appreciated,

    • #26600

      @vijay2 wrote:

      I might be there, but not sure what course

      What courses are you considering?

      I won’t be hard to miss, just look for one of the tallest people there.  I’m 6’8″.

      See you there!

    • #26601

      Well I finally have a course, I will be there helping at the Registration and then facilitating Security 503 and Security 577.

      Feel free to say hi


    • #26602

      I will be at CDI!  I’m taking SEC560 and giving a presentation.  Looking forward to a meet-up.  😉


    • #26603

      Vijay is at registration and I’ll be the really tall guy wondering around. 🙂  we should have a secret handshake or something.

    • #26604

      Hello Don, Unsupported, Jarocki, Vijay2, Everyone

      I will be attending SANS CDI 2009 as one of the Facilitators in the SEC504 Course. This will be my first time being a facilitator. Does anyone have any pointers or tips to help ensure my experience is positive?  I am ready to work hard and enjoy my time at the conference. I look forward to working and networking with everyone.


    • #26605

      Hey Magnificent1,

      I have been doing Facilitating for SANS for number of years now and will again be there as a Facilitator for Sec 503, Sec 577 and team lead for reregistration. IT is a great opportunity to meet and network and the conference managers are great bunch and fun to work with.

      I am sure you will do a great job. I hope to see you and everyone.


    • #26606

      Is anyone attending SANS Security East 2010 in January?  If so – let me know.

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