SANS Institute is pleased to share exciting updates to the Cloud Security Curriculum. SANS and GIAC, the most trusted source of cybersecurity training, certification, and research took flight into the cloud security space in 2020 with a holistic approach to address security in public cloud, multicloud, and hybrid cloud scenarios for the enterprise and developing organizations alike. The curriculum now has nine new courses – 12 courses in total – curated, written, and taught by world-renowned cloud security experts. These courses combine hands-on technical know-how with cloud security-specific knowledge. Additionally, we just launched GCLD GIAC Cloud Security Essentials, bringing a fourth cloud certification into the mix.
GCLD GIAC Cloud Security Essentials | Now Available
SEC488: Cloud Security Essentials | GCLD Now Available | Now OnDemand
SEC510 Public Cloud Security: AWS, Azure, and GCP | Now extended lab hours | Now OnDemand
SEC540: Cloud Security and DevOps Automation | GCSA | 50% New content | All new lab environment
SEC541: Cloud Security Monitoring and Threat Detection | Expanded to 3 Days
SEC557: Continuous Automation for Enterprise and Cloud Compliance | Beta 2 on May 10
SEC584: Cloud Native Security: Defending Containers and Kubernetes | Two more runs added
FOR509: Cloud Forensics and Incident Response | BETA 1 SOLD OUT | Beta 2 coming soon
MGT520: Leading Cloud Security Design and Implementation | Expanded to 3 Days
SANS Cloud Security focuses the deep resources of SANS on the growing threats in the cloud by providing training, certification, research, and community initiatives to help security professionals build, deploy and manage secure cloud infrastructure, platforms, and applications. We provide intensive, immersion training designed to help security professionals master the practical steps necessary for defending systems and applications in the cloud against the most dangerous threats. The courses are full of important and immediately useful techniques that students can put to use as soon as they return to work.