Cyber Defense: Category - SANS Instructors

16 Things to Know About John Hubbard and our NEW SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals - Security Operations and Analysis course | Part 2

In this two-part post, we wanted to give our SANS prospective students as well as our broader info sec community, a peak into the story of one of our course authors, John Hubbard, who recently launched a new course, SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals - Security Operations and Analysis. In case you missed it, go back … Continue reading 16 Things to Know About John Hubbard and our NEW SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals - Security Operations and Analysis course | Part 2


16 Things to Know About John Hubbard and our NEW SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals - Security Operations and Analysis course | Part 1

In this two-part post, we wanted to give our SANS prospective students as well as our broader info sec community, a peak into the story of one of our course authors, John Hubbard, who recently launched a new course, SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals - Security Operations and Analysis. In part one, you'll get to know … Continue reading 16 Things to Know About John Hubbard and our NEW SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals - Security Operations and Analysis course | Part 1


Here are 8 Talks You Don't Want to Miss at SANS' SIEM Summit & Training

As a blue teamer, you love your SIEM. Your SIEM plays an integral part in improving your security posture and achieving your compliance goals. We know it's important, because classes at SANS that cover SIEM material, like SEC503, SEC511, SEC530 and SEC555, get some of the highest attendees of all our blue team courses. If … Continue reading Here are 8 Talks You Don't Want to Miss at SANS' SIEM Summit & Training


Writing Tips for IT Professionals

This cheat sheet offers guidelines for IT professionals seeking to improve technical writing skills.To print it, use the one-page PDF version; you can also customize the Word version of the document. Lenny Zeltser, the creatorof this cheat sheet,is the author of SEC402: Cybersecurity Writing: Hack the Reader. Click the link to learn more … Continue reading Writing Tips for IT Professionals


Cybersecurity Writing: Hack the Reader

My newwriting course for cybersecurity professionals, SEC402, teaches how you can write better reports, emails, and other content you regularly create. This isan unusual opportunity to improve your writing skills without sitting through tedious lectures or writing irrelevant essays. Instead, as you learn how to avoid common pitfalls, you'll make your writing remarkable. This is … Continue reading Cybersecurity Writing: Hack the Reader