Is your network safe from intruders? Do you know how to find out? Do you know what to do when you learn the truth? If you are a beginner, and need answers to these questions, Network Security Monitoring 101 (NSM101) is the newest Black Hat course for you.
This vendor-neutral, open source software-friendly, reality-driven two-day event will teach students the investigative mindset not found in classes that focus solely on tools. NSM101 is hands-on, lab-centric, and grounded in the latest strategies and tactics that work against adversaries like organized criminals, opportunistic intruders, and advanced persistent threats.
Best of all, this class is designed *for beginners*: all you need is a desire to learn and a laptop ready to run a few virtual machines.
Instructor Richard Bejtlich has taught over 1,000 Black Hat students since 2002, and this brand new, 101-level course will guide you into the world of Network Security Monitoring.
Black Hat has three remaining price points and deadlines for registration.
- "Regular" ends 31 May
- "Late" ends 24 July
- "Onsite" starts at the conference
Seats are filling -- it pays to register early!
If you have any questions about the class, please leave a comment here or contact me via Twitter at @taosecurity. Thank you.