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November 9, 2015,
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

The Information Security Office is pleased to present this special event led by Splunk Professional Trainers.


Splunk Search Party Workshop Overview

As Splunk users are always innovating and continually evolving, the Splunk Platform grows in capabilities and feature-richness. To help users keep pace and explore new avenues for expression and problem solving, we would like to host a Search Party. It’s a hands-on workshop designed to:

November 12, 2015,
10:00 am to 2:00 pm

The Information Security Office is pleased to present a series of Information Security Hackathons.

The past year was centered around establishing many new services and tools intended to substantially improve Stanford's information security posture (see minsec.stanford.edu).

November 16, 2015,
9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Stanford Information Security Academy (SISA) supports the ongoing professional growth of our system administrators and web developers.

The mission of SISA is to develop cybersecurity expertise among Stanford's system administrators and web developers in appreciation of the critical role they play in protecting our systems and data. 

This general course is the first part required for system administrators to satisfy the security certification.

Visit sisa.stanford.edu for more information.

November 17, 2015,
9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Stanford Information Security Academy (SISA) supports the ongoing professional growth of our system administrators and web developers.

The mission of SISA is to develop cybersecurity expertise among Stanford's system administrators and web developers in appreciation of the critical role they play in protecting our systems and data.

This course provides the security information relevant to Linux Server Security at Stanford University. This course is for system administrators who have completed the general course and are responsible for Linux systems at the university.

November 18, 2015,
9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Stanford Information Security Academy (SISA) supports the ongoing professional growth of our system administrators and web developers.

The mission of SISA is to develop cybersecurity expertise among Stanford's system administrators and web developers in appreciation of the critical role they play in protecting our systems and data.

This course provides the security information relevant to Windows Server Security at Stanford University. This course is for system administrators who have completed the general course and are responsible for Windows systems at the university.

November 19, 2015,
10:00 am to 2:00 pm

The Information Security Office is pleased to present a series of Information Security Hackathons.

The past year was centered around establishing many new services and tools intended to substantially improve Stanford's information security posture (see minsec.stanford.edu).

November 20, 2015,
9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Stanford Information Security Academy (SISA) supports the ongoing professional growth of our system administrators and web developers.

The mission of SISA is to develop cybersecurity expertise among Stanford's system administrators and web developers in appreciation of the critical role they play in protecting our systems and data.

December 3, 2015,
10:00 am to 2:00 pm

The Information Security Office is pleased to present a series of Information Security Hackathons.

The past year was centered around establishing many new services and tools intended to substantially improve Stanford's information security posture (see minsec.stanford.edu).

December 10, 2015,
10:00 am to 2:00 pm

The Information Security Office is pleased to present a series of Information Security Hackathons.

The past year was centered around establishing many new services and tools intended to substantially improve Stanford's information security posture (see minsec.stanford.edu).