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London March 2018

London, United Kingdom | Mon, Mar 5 - Sat, Mar 10, 2018
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Welcome SANS London March 2018

Welcome SANS London March 2018


Cyber Security Training in London 2018

SANS London March 2018 takes place 5th-10th March, at the Grand Connaught Rooms.

  • Choose from 10 hands-on cyber security courses.
  • Prepare for: GSEC, GCED, GCIH, GMON, GXPN, GCFA, GNFA, GCTI and GREM Certifications.
  • Take SANS Training in a classroom-like environment and under the supervision of a SANS Instructor.
  • The Grand Connaught Rooms are close to two Tube Stations, mainline train links and can be accessed from London's airports.

The following SANS Instructors will be teaching courses at SANS London 2018:

  • Keith Palmgren - Keith has over 30 years experience working in cyber security and runs his own consultancy practice. He holds 11 security certifications and is the course author of SEC301.
  • Bryce Galbraith - Bryce is currently the owner of Layered Security where he provides specialised vulnerability assessment and penetration testing services for clients. He teaches several of the SANS Institute's most popular courses and develops curriculum around current topics.
  • Chris Pizor - Chris is a civilian employee working for the U.S. Air Force as the lead curriculum designer for cyber warfare operations training. Chris served on active duty in the USAF as a Network Intelligence Analyst before retiring in 2010. He was part of the initial cadre of the NSA Threat Operations Centre and helped develop tactics to discover and eradicate intrusions into U.S. government systems.
  • James Lyne - James 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.
  • Stephen Sims - Stephen is an industry expert with over 15 years of experience in information technology and security. Stephen currently works out of San Francisco as a consultant performing reverse engineering, exploit development, threat modelling, and penetration testing.
  • Carlos Cajigas - Carlos 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.
  • Philip Hagen - Philip began his security career in the US Air Force Academy, has worked in IT security since 1998 and is FOR572's co-author.
  • Scott Roberts - Scott is an incident responder, manager, and developer at GitHub, the world's code collaborative development platform. Scott has worked major investigations involving criminal fraud and abuse and nation-state espionage while with Symantec, Mandiant, and others.
  • Adam Kramer - Adam Kramer currently holds a cyber security leadership position within a Fortune 500 financial services organisation. Adam's detailed knowledge of Microsoft Windows, including its internal structures and programming interfaces, has allowed him to successfully reverse engineer and tackle some of the most complex threats seen today.