sponsored post The scale of cybersecurity threats facing Latin America was recently highlighted when it released details of a “China-based threat actor,” NICKEL. The malware was used to attack global organizations in a “massive campaign” targeting Latin America, including Mexico and Brazil.
The August 2022 Statista report further proves that the threat landscape is rapidly expanding across the region. .
Against the backdrop of exponentially increasing and increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks, savvy organizations across Latin America are realizing the need to improve their information security resilience and improve the skills of their cybersecurity professionals. increase. So it’s no surprise to learn that the SANS Institute, an information security thought leadership organization, has organized its first training event in the Latin America region scheduled for May 2023 and he said July. .
– Brazilian Training Event: São Paulo, BR and Virtual – Brasilia Time BRT
– Mexico Training Events: Mexico City, MX and Virtual – Central Time CT
Both of these training seminars can be accessed live online or in person the old-fashioned way.
At the Mexico event, some classes will be taught by Spanish-speaking instructors, while others will have simultaneous interpretation between English and Spanish.All classes at the Brazil event will have simultaneous interpretation into Portuguese. You can take the course at
Seminars feature hands-on cybersecurity training taught by real-world practitioners and include hands-on labs in secure virtual environments. Attendees will have the opportunity to demonstrate their continued skills development with Containing Professional Education (CPE) credits, and some courses will align with the Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) credential. To keep everyone connected, her Slack chat channel will be set up exclusively for networking around the seminar.
Oral instruction is in your native language with translation assistance or native-speaking instructors, but physical courseware, books, supplementary materials, slides, and other written materials, including the GIAC Certification Exam, are in English. will be split. An archive of course lectures will be uploaded to delegates’ accounts daily for the duration of the event. You will also have access to course lectures/recordings for 4 months after the training seminar.
Interested in participating? Please note that both events have an early bird discount of US$500. For the Brazilian event he needs to receive his order by April 5th and for the Mexican event he needs to receive his order by May 24th. Whatever you do in cybersecurity, don’t delay.
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