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Calgary, hosts SANS Network Forensics, March 14-18, 2011 during Spring Ski season

March 14, 2011 - March 18, 2011

SANS is pleased to announce one of SANS new best selling courses, Networks Forensics, to be held in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains March 14-18, 2011.
For complete event details, please visit
(http://www.sans.org/calgary-2011).

Save $400 on tuition fees when you pay by February 2nd.  This means you can register in December to utilize your 2010 or 2011 budget!

SANS Network Forensics has been selling out in all other locations. Network Forensics will teach you to how to follow the attacker’s footprints and analyze evidence from the network environment and your paid tuition includes a SNIFT kit as described here
(http://www.sans.org/calgary-2011).

Plan to join us in Calgary to train Monday to Friday and catch some Spring skiing in Banff on the weekend!  For more information on conditions and accommodations in this world-class ski area visit (http://skibanff.com/)
Want to organize a Security Meetup group on
the slopes?  Contact us at community@sans.org

Also, for those of you looking for SANS Security Essentials training in Calgary, check out SANS Mentor sessions starting March 2nd.  For more
information on these classes visit
(http://www.sans.org/mentor)

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When:  March 14-18, 2011

What:  SANS Forensics 558:  Network Forensics

Where:  Hotel Arts
119 - 12th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB, Canada
403-266-4611
Website: http://www.hotelarts.ca

Instructor:  Alan Ptak

Tuition:  $3,185 through February 2, 2011
(http://www.sans.org/calgary-2011/tuition.php)

CPEs:  31.5

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THE COMMUNITY SANS ADVANTAGE
(http://www.sans.org/info/41114)

The Community SANS format offers the most popular SANS courses in your local community at a reduced tuition fee.  Not only are the experienced
SANS instructors practitioners themselves, they have also been trained by top SANS Faculty Fellows!

The small class allows you to get the individual attention you need to master the concepts of SANS Network Forensics.  The class size also makes it much easier for you to network with your professional peers throughout the five course days.  Your fellow students will also form
part of your infosec network as it grows.  Professionals don’t work in isolation—we all learn more by working with and sharing ideas with a coach and colleagues.

SANS promises that you will be able to use what you learn in the classroom as soon as you return to the office.  Does this sound like the
kind of training that would help you to be more effective in your job combating Cyber Crime and doing your best to provide a secure networked
environment for your organization?  Then register today to join us in Calgary by visiting
(http://www.sans.org/calgary-2011)

Please contact community@sans.org if you have any questions, and thanks for your continued participation in the SANS community.

See you in Calgary!

Regards,

Stephen Northcutt - President
The SANS Technology Institute, a postgraduate IT Security College
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please visit us at
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Posted by:
Debi Andersen
Community SANS
dandersen(at)sans.org