SANS Las Vegas 2020
Event submitted on Tuesday, October 1st 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
This event has been tagged as follows:
We encouraged you to attend this event even if you are just a beginner because you will surely learn a lot from their courses. We know some of the SANS instructors and they are really good and can provide essential information/knowledge. After the event, you’ll have the chance to have fun in the brightest city on Earth.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Tuesday, October 1st 2019, or created by us.
SANS training goes beyond theory, incorporating practical techniques and real-world examples you can apply directly to your office. At SANS Las Vegas 2020 which will be held on January 27 – February 1, 2020, get the training you need to excel in this quickly evolving industry. Whichever course you select, SANS promises that you will be able to use what you learn as soon as you return to your office. SANS instructors are dedicated to helping you succeed and passionate about the subjects they teach. Register now and get the training you need to protect your assets and advance your career.
Top Reasons to Attend SANS Las Vegas 2020:
- Skill Development: Develop top-notch skills that will set you up for success in cyber security
- Unparalleled Courses: Cutting-edge courseware covering today’s relevant topics taught by real-world practitioners
- Location: Join SANS in fabulous Las Vegas for top-notch information security training at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino! Enjoy newly remodeled rooms and dazzling center-Strip views, plus several exciting dining options, Zappos Theater, and easy access to the rest of the Strip.
- Real-World Applicability: The SANS Promise is that you will be able to apply the skills you learn as soon as you return to work.
“This training (and all other SANS trainings I have taken) is truly top-notch. The materials, instructors and flow of the course really lead to an unparalleled learning experience. I went in knowing very little about the course subject and emerged with a TON of practical and theory-based skills.” – Michael Sass, NRECA