About Securing The Human

About Securing The Human

SANS Institute is the by far most trusted and the largest source for information security training in the world. With over 25 years of experience, SANS information security courses are developed by industry leaders in numerous fields, including cybersecurity training, network security, forensics, audit, security leadership, and application security.

SANS Securing The Human, a division of the SANS Institute, provides organizations with a complete and comprehensive security awareness solution, enabling them to easily and effectively manage their human cybersecurity risk. SANS Securing The Human has worked with over 1,300 organizations and trained over 6.5 million people around the world. Security awareness training content is translated into over 20 languages and built by a global network of the world's most knowledgeable cybersecurity experts. Organizations trust that SANS Securing The Human content and training is world class and ready for a global audience. The SANS Securing The Human program includes everything security awareness of officers need to simply and effectively build a best-in-class security awareness program:

  • Expert-authored training, tools, and content for easy compliance, better behavior change, and a more secure culture.
  • The Advanced Cybersecurity Learning Platform (ACLP) ensures the right employees receive the right training at the right time. The ACLP automates a number of the tasks, saving time and ensuring organizations follow a proven roadmap to success.
  • Managed services support security awareness of officers from program start up to measuring success.
  • The world's largest and most engaged community of cybersecurity professionals, so you benefit from quick access to relevant and actionable information.

Whether seeking check-the-box easy compliance or industry-leading content, training, and services, organizations benefit from SANS Securing The Human's unwavering commitment to helping organizations effectively understand, manage, and measure their human cyber risks.