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SANS Tokyo Spring 2010


Conference
Jan 15 2010 - Jan 20 2010
Description:

SANS returns to Tokyo February 15 - 20, 2010! SANS and NRI SecureTechnologies partner to bring you three top-ranked courses at SANS Tokyo 2010 Spring.

* Security 401: SANS Security Essentials Bootcamp Style
Masafumi Negishi (IIJ Technology)
Satoshi Hayashi (Symantec Japan)
* Security 560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking
Bryce Galbraith (Lead Consultant, Layered Security)
* Security 501: Advanced Security Essntials - Enterprise Defender - NEW
Eric Cole (PhD, SANS Technology Institute, Fellow)

* Please note Security 401 is taught in Japanese language by Japanese instructors. More Information: visit Japanese website; http://www.entryweb.jp/sans/training/courses/sec401-2.html
Enhance your skills by taking advantage of this hands-on training loaded with practical tools and cutting-edge information. SANS is the most trusted source for information security training worldwide. Don\'t miss this opportunity to receive some of the best computer and Internet security training available.
Choose from 3 immersion courses, taught by top SANS instructors, while enjoying dramatic beauty of Tokyo, the edge of the Orient. If you get off of the mains streets, you can find ancient temples and tangible links to the past! Classes will be held at UDX Conference in Akihabara. You will be surprised at a large number of fantastic electronic stores there.
With the SANS reputation and an eagerness to help you meet your training objectives, SANS is the best choice for IT security education. Let your colleagues and friends know about SANS Tokyo 2010 Spring. We look forward to seeing you there!

Location:

Event Location

Akihabara UDX South Wing 6F
4-14-1 Sotokannda
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0022 Japan

Tokyo, Japan

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Created:Jun 16 2009
Changed:Jun 16 2009
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