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RE: [Full-disclosure] Hacking Boot camps!
From: Edward W. Ray (secadminnetsecdesign.com)
Date: Wed Nov 23 2005 - 15:19:05 CST
<<<WRONG. SANS does not provide anything but marketing opportunities for
vendors who cannot sell product any other way and a thicker wallet for those
at the top of the pyramid scheme. I agree that training when you are
starting out is important but SANS is not an ethical or legitimate training
institution and does more to harm security than it does to help.>>>>
Do you always spew such crap? Having taken SANS courses I must respectfully
disagree with your statement. SANS is both ethical and legitimate, and I
challenge ANYONE on this list to prove otherwise. One should not rely on a
sole provider of education however. Multiple education sources always will
provide the aspiring security professional with a better viewpoint than just
one education vendor.
Edward W. Ray
CISSP, MCSE 2003+Security, P.E. GCIA, GCIH
NetSec Design & Consulting
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