The one-day Summit on the 13th of January brings together prominent security practitioners for in-depth talks focused on techniques that can be used to successfully identify, contain, and eliminate adversaries targeting your networks. Attendees will gain tools and methods to leverage as soon as they return to work.
The Summit will explore:
In addition to two days of in-depth cyber threat intelligence discussions, participants will have the opportunity to network with fellow attendees at breaks and social events. This is one of the greatest takeaways from SANS Summits that attendees report.
After the one-day Summit, participants can choose from several hands-on, immersion-style SANS courses that can help to expand one’s information security expertise. SANS courses are taught by experienced practitioners who will provide the guidance and skills needed to defend organizations from ever-evolving threats.
Further information: https://www.sans.org/event/threat-hunting-europe-2020?ref=infosec-conferences.com
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