Explore Published Research by SANS.edu Graduate Students
View published research by SANS.edu master's degree students in the SANS Technology Institute Research Review Journal. Learn from the findings of students who are addressing the challenges they face as cybersecurity professionals.
Megan Roddie’s presentation of her well received master’s degree research paper Automating Google Workspace Incident Response at the SANS DFIR Summit led to an invitation to join the authors of the popular SANS course FOR509: Enterprise Cloud Forensics and Incident Response as a co-author. Her work developing labs for the course gives students realistic, practical hands-on experiences that allow them to approach real-life incidents more effectively.
For his master’s degree research project, U.S. Marine veteran Brian Davidson created a first-of-its-kind human interface device firewall — a firewall between a keyboard and the computer — that is patent pending. Learn why Brian chose SANS.edu and how his education made him an increasingly valued asset to his employer.
Lori Brumm says that working with Internet Storm Center director Dr. Johannes Ullrich was one of the most valuable parts of her internship as a bachelor’s student at SANS.edu. She chose to pursue her bachelor’s degree at SANS.edu to gain a strong competitive advantage in the job market — and because the online options gave this busy mother of three the flexibility she needed to succeed.
Quantifying Threat Actor Assessments | STAR Webcast
Andy Piazza, Global Head of Threat Intelligence at IBM and a graduate of the SANS.edu master’s degree program, discusses his research on quantifying threat assessments in this STAR Webcast with SANS Certified Instructor and Principal Intelligence Analyst for Red Canary Katie Nickels.