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SANS Dallas 2018

Top-notch cyber security training

19 24 February 2018

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Learn up-to-the-minute cyber security techniques at SANS Dallas 2018 (Feb 19-24). As threats change constantly and attacks become more aggressive, it is crucial to arm yourself with actionable information you can use to protect your environment. SANS provides relevant and practical training you can implement the day you return to work.

Take advantage of these opportunities to get the most out of your information security training:
- Choose from eight of SANS Institute's most popular training courses
- All courses are taught by real-world practitioners
- Accelerate your career with hands-on, immersion-style training
- Distinguish yourself as an information security leader by preparing for your GIAC Certification.
- Network with like-minded security professionals facing similar challenges.
- Attend evening bonus sessions led by SANS instructors and gain insight into the latest cyber security topics.
- Extend your SANS course by four months with an OnDemand Bundle.

Our outstanding course material and unparalleled instructors make SANS the best choice in IT security education. Register today!

Statements from SANS alumni regarding their training experience:
β€œ100% awesome!” - Cody Pollard, GuideStone Financial Resources
β€œThe hands-on training and labs truly provided skills that you can use the day you return. The instructors are some of the most technical people I've met and their ability to dive into depth on anything was fantastic. I learned more this week than I did in any single semester of college!” - Ryan Russell, USAA

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