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SANS Institute Brings In-Depth Offensive and Defensive Cyber Security Training to Singapore

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Sunday, 16 February 2014 17:37 Written by DFM Team

To provide cyber security professionals with the advanced skills needed to sharpen their abilities, SANS today announced it is returning to the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel campus for SANS Secure Singapore 2014. Taking place 10 - 15 March, SANS' cutting-edge training courses( http://www.sans.org/info/149975 ) will provide students with real-world offensive and defensive cyber security skills they can use the day they return to their jobs.

The brand new SANS FOR585: Advanced Smartphone Forensics course will debut in the APAC region at Secure Singapore 2014. Forensics expert and SANS Senior Instructor Paul Henry explains, "In FOR585 students are given a detailed understanding of what happens behind the 'mouse click' and 'find evidence button' with popular mobile forensics analysis tools. An analytical - platform based approach to analysis is used and key evidence locations / areas are also addressed. Armed with this knowledge students are better prepared to address the many challenges in performing a sound forensic analysis posed by today's rapidly evolving mobile devices."

SANS SEC660: Advanced Penetration Testing, Exploits, and Ethical Hacking will arm students with the skills required to test a wide variety of products. Students will test network routers and switches, cryptographic implementations and restricted environments, as well as fuzzing and zero-day bug hunting. "This is one of the most in-depth training courses of its kind," says security expert and SANS Senior Instructor, Stephen Sims.

SANS Secure Singapore 2014 provides attendees the opportunity to advance their IT security and computer forensics skills, work toward their GIAC security certification, and network with other top information security professionals. For complete details regarding the SANS Secure Singapore 2014 training event and to register, please visit: http://www.sans.org/info/149980.

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