RSA Conference 2024

Connect with GIAC at booth S-3438 May 6 – 9 at Moscone Center in San Francisco. GIAC members can save $150 on a Full Conference Pass using code 14UGIACFD.
RSA Conference 2024

Strengthen Your Cyber Resilience

GIAC Members: Unlock Exclusive RSAC 2024 Savings!

Join us May 6 – 9 at RSAC 2024, the ultimate cybersecurity destination. Immerse yourself in expert-led sessions, connect with industry leaders, and discover the latest trends and best practices. Elevate your cybersecurity game and be a part of shaping the industry's future. Don't miss this opportunity to advance your skills and network with the best in the field. Learn more and register!

RSA Conference Agenda

Take a look at this year's RSA Conference agenda to plan out how you can earn CPE credits.
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Earn GIAC CPEs at RSAC!

Earn up to 18 CPEs for attending one or more events or tracks at RSAC 2024!

  • Earn up to 18 CPEs by attending applicable keynotes and 45-minute track sessions. After the conference, submit your RSAC 2024 Session Attendance Report to claim your earned CPEs under the Other InfoSec Related Training category in your GIAC portal account.
RSAC 2023

What to Expect from SANS and GIAC at RSA Conference 2024

As we celebrate 35 years of unmatched cybersecurity training and expertise, SANS is honored to stand as a beacon in the collaborative effort to safeguard the cyber domain. Once again, we’re excited to lead multiple trainings and presentations from top SANS instructors at this year’s RSA Conference. Stay tuned for a schedule of our planned activities, and be sure to visit us at Booth S-3438!

GIAC Members: Unlock an additional $150 in savings when you register using code 14UGIACFD.

KEYNOTE: The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques

Wednesday, May 8, 4:15 p.m. PT

One of the highlights of RSA Conferenceeach year is the authoritative briefing SANS provides on The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques in use today, what's coming next, and what organizations can do to prepare. See how the most dangerous attacks have evolved over the years.

Panelists: Ed Skoudis, Steve Sims, Heather Mahalik Barnhart, Johannes Ullrich, Terrence Williams