- Register by 5 June 2006: $2595/student
- Register by noon on 12 June 2006: $2695/student
I will not be able to accept any more students past noon on Monday 12 June.
ISSA members receive a 10% discount.
This week I will also teach a one day course on Network Security Monitoring with Open Source Tools at the USENIX 2006 Annual Technical Conference in Boston, MA on Friday, 2 June 2006. This is the course to attend if you want to learn the essential components of network security monitoring. We will use tools on my Sguil VM in this class.
Later this summer I will teach a brand new, two day course called TCP/IP Weapons School at USENIX Security 2006 in Vancouver, BC on 31 July and 1 August 2006. Are you a junior security analyst or an administrator who wants to learn more about TCP/IP? Are you afraid to be bored in routine TCP/IP classes? TCP/IP Weapons School is the class you need to take!
Finally, some of you have asked if I might offer courses on the weekend. I am considering a few options.
- Teach two two-day courses on weekends, with one course on Saturday-Sunday of week one and a second course on Saturday-Sunday of week two. Students could choose to end either or both classes.
- Teach on one day of the weekend -- probably Saturday, for two or four weeks.
These would be public classes in northern Virginia, probably Fairfax.
For 2007 I am considering offering public classes in one or more of the following locations: northern VA, New York city, Silicon Valley, San Antonio. Do you have any comments on these locations?