SANS Security Essentials Course Coming to Indianapolis
SANS Offering Six-Day Security Training Course
Ever wonder why some organizations becomes victims of cyber-crime while others are left untouched? SANS is once again offering its Security 401: SANS Security Essentials in Indianapolis starting June 10th.
This course will focus on teaching participants how to keep their organization secure by setting in place the right set of security measures. They will discuss the building of proper security system as a process developed over time and provide the road map for such successful development into the suture.
The course will span over six days with two-hour sessions each day from 6:30 to 8:30.
Get more information on how to sign up here.
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