SANS Institute: Helpful resources for your business

SECRC Founding Partner, SANS is a collaborative professional organisation dedicated to creating a safer global community. It is SANS’ ongoing mission to empower cyber security professionals with the practical skills and knowledge they need to make our world a safer place.


SANS have a huge range of cyber security resources available via their website, below are some of the resources we would recommend taking some time have a look at:


· Information Security Resources

On this page is a whole host of resources from security awareness training, cyber security certifications to training and resources for developers, programmers and application security professionals.

· Security Awareness Planning Kit

This Planning Kit enables you to quickly build and / or improve your Security Awareness Program using resources developed and proven by the SANS Security Awareness Community. These materials can be used for people new to awareness and just starting to build an awareness program, or those highly experienced looking to improve an existing awareness program.


· Faculty Free Tools

SANS Instructors have built open source tools that support your work and help you implement better security. Search the lists to find the free tools available to help you get the job done.

· OUCH! Newsletters

OUCH! is the world's leading, free security awareness newsletter designed for everyone. Published every month in multiple languages, each edition is carefully researched and developed by the SANS Security Awareness team, instructors and community members.


· Security Policy Templates

In collaboration with information security subject-matter experts and leaders who volunteered their security policy know-how and time, SANS has developed a set of security policy templates for your use.


For more helpful resources and tools, visit https://www.secrc.co.uk/guidanceandsupport.

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