SANS Blog about using the OSINT tool, Spiderfoot
SANS Institute blog pertaining to Security (Mis)Configurations in Java web.xml Files
A blog about building business skills for cybersecurity leaders in MGT514.
A blog about how using the critical path methodology increases your chances of project management success.
This blog provides a list of upcoming and archived talks in the webcast series.
A blog that looks at all the top highlights from the recent DISC – SANS ICS Virtual Conference.
SANS is launching a new series of free tech workshops, held every Tuesday at 1:00pm EDT.
The second blog in a series of posts about defining what it means to be an all-around defender and helping people build their home labs.
SANS NetWars is offering free virtual cyber range challenge opportunities for learning & upskilling in these unprecedented times.
Second in a series of posts by Jeff Frisk, author/instructor of MGT525: IT Project Management, Effective Communication, and PMP® Exam Prep.
SANS has a massive list of Cheat Sheets available for quick reference to aid you in your cybersecurity training.
Get to know SANS Instructor Jonathan Risto in this Q&A blog.
Explore the different features and benefits of SANS OnDemand and SANS Live Online training to help you choose the best pace and format for your learning style.
First in a series of posts by Jeff Frisk, author/instructor of MGT525: IT Project Management, Effective Communication, and PMP® Exam Prep.
This blog shares a few resources for small businesses that SANS has collected that could prove useful to SMBs.
SANS FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware now uses Ghidra for static code analysis.
This blog provides details about the DISC: SANS ICS Virtual Conference and CTF
SANS now delivers electronic, full-color courseware and materials with all courses, at a time when accessibility needs to be most flexible.
heck out the new Cyber42 Security Leadership Simulation game used in SANS MGT512: Security Leadership Essentials for Managers! Can you win??
SANS instructors Justin Henderson and Ismael Valenzuela define what it means to be an all-around defender.
This blog provides a closer look at security and privacy issues with Zoom as well as Google's removal of malicious Chrome extensions from its Web store.
This blog covers the most important thing to know about multicloud: You can’t stop it.
A comprehensive overview of SANS Challenge Coins for cybersecurity professionals.
This blog describes the details around our promotional offer to get a free GIAC Certification attempt included in course purchases made through April 30.
SANS reveals Live Online training offering and new training schedule.
A list of ways to earn CPEs in cybersecurity for GIAC Certification renewals.
This blog covers news items from the recent NewsBites newsletter that are focused on the growth of attacks targeting the millions of employees who are working from home.
There are more reasons than ever to take training now and not wait until the world goes "back to normal".
Slingshot C2 Matrix Edition was made to lower the learning curve of installing C2 frameworks, getting you straight to testing.
SANS Certified Instructor Kevin Ripa introduces his new video series.
SANS Cyber Defense blog pertaining to Instructor Spotlight: Keith Palmgren, SANS Senior Instructor
Get to know SANS Instructor for ICS courses, Don C. Weber.
Meet SANS Instructor Benjamin Wright.
Blog about a new social media engagement challenge with prizes. | SANS Institute
SANS instructor Lance Spitzner shares 18 tips to help you make the best of working remote.
SANS blog regarding an update from the SANS Institute | SANS Institute
SANS blog pertaining to Tips to secure your organization in a work-from-home environment
SANS Cyber Defense blog pertaining to Frequently Asked Questions on MGT516 | SANS Institute
SANS Penetration Testing blog pertaining to Microsoft SMBv3.11 Vulnerability and Patch CVE-2020–0796 Explained
SANS Cyber Defense blog pertaining to Instructor Spotlight: David Hazar, MGT516 Co-Author
SANS Cyber Defense blog pertaining to Instructor Spotlight: Stephen Sims, SEC599 Co-Author
RSA: The Human Element