On Tuesday, April 24th, 2007 I will be presenting the SANS SECURITY 452 StaySharp: IP Packet Analysis track here in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Knowing how to decode network traffic with tools is a necessary skill for any serious network or information security administrator. Being able to decode the bits and bytes that represent our mission-critical networks gives you the skills to identify malicious activity, troubleshoot network failures, and analyze other desirable or undesirable network events.
This Stay Sharp class will give you the basic skills to decode network traffic with open-source tools available for Unix and Windows systems. You’ll be able to use these basic skills to analyze current or future network protocols and a better understanding of your network traffic.
Who should attend this course?
If you live in Fredericton, or the surrounding areas, and want to know more about this training sessions then please take a look at the following links: