InfoSec Conference Summary
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* Choose from 4 hands-on cyber security courses.
* Prepare for: GISF, GMOB, GXPN and GCFA Certifications.
* Take SANS Training in a classroom-like environment and under the supervision of a SANS Instructor.
The following SANS Instructors will be teaching courses at SANS Brussels 2018:
Doc Blackburn has over 30 years of experience in system and software design, server and network administration and website programming. His interest in computers started in 1982 when he first started programming in DOS on a Texas Instruments TI-99 4a and continued as a dedicated computer hobbyist until he decided to make information technology a full-time career in 1998.
Raul Siles is founder and senior security analyst at DinoSec. For over a decade, he has applied his expertise performing advanced technical security services and innovating offensive and defensive solutions for large enterprises and organisations in various industries worldwide. He has been involved in security architecture design and reviews, penetration tests, incident handling, intrusion and forensic analysis, security assessments and vulnerability disclosure, web applications, mobile and wireless environments, and security research in new technologies
James Lyne is Global Head of Security Research at the security firm Sophos. He is a self-professed ‘massive geek’and has technical expertise spanning a variety of the security domains from forensics to offensive security. James hasworked with many organisations on security strategy, handled a number of severe incidents and is a frequent industry advisor.
Carlos Cajigas is a senior incident response analyst at IBM, where he is responsible for responding to computer and network security threats for clients located in North and South America. Carlos also teaches FOR500: Windows Forensic Analysis at the SANS Institute, where he brings his experience with law enforcement forensics and enterprise incident response to the classroom.