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Special Webcast: Key Oracle Database Audit Steps 0

Special Webcast: Key Oracle Database Audit Steps

“SANS is happy to bring you the latest in our complimentary series of Webcasts. Join us on Monday, March 04, 2013 at 1:00 PM as SANS presents: Are your Oracle databases being properly secured? During this presentation, we will take a look at some of the key risks that auditors should look at when auditing an Oracle database….”

Special Webcast: Finding Unknown Malware 0

Special Webcast: Finding Unknown Malware

“SANS is happy to bring you the latest in our complimentary series of Webcasts. Join us on Monday, September 24, 2012 at 1:00 PM as SANS presents: If you have ever been given the mission to “Find Evil” on a compromised system, you understand the enormity of that tasking. In this one-hour webcast, we will make use of sound methodology for identifying malware, using strategies based on “Knowing Normal”, “Data Reduction” and “Least Frequency of Occurrence” in order to identify malicious software and common methods of persistence….”

Ask The Expert Webcast: Windows Kernel Exploitation and Command & Control Malware 0

Ask The Expert Webcast: Windows Kernel Exploitation and Command & Control Malware

“SANS is happy to bring you the latest in our complimentary series of Webcasts. Join us on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 11:00 AM as SANS presents:Windows Kernel Exploitation and Command & Control MalwareIn this presentation Stephen will discuss the basics of Kernel exploitation on the Windows Operating System, as well as the use of command and control malware as a payload.

Special Webcast: Why Sys Admins Are Not Interested in Security 0

Special Webcast: Why Sys Admins Are Not Interested in Security

“SANS is happy to bring you the latest in our complimentary series of Webcasts. Join us on Friday, August 10, 2012 at 1:00 PM as SANS presents: “Despite the obvious risk to the company's data and the cost of data breaches, system administrators either prefer to or are forced to keep their servers unpatched.”SANS strongly takes issue with the statement above by TrendMicro's Bernadette Irinco