New Course SEC402: Cybersecurity Writing: Hack The Reader by Lenny Zeltser

Want to write better? Learn to hack the reader! Discover how to find an opening, break down your readers' defenses, and capture their attention to deliver your message—even if they're too busy or indifferent to others' writing. This unique course, built exclusively for cybersecurity professionals, will strengthen your writing skills and boost your security career.


Visit the course page on the SANS website for details about the new course SEC402: Cybersecurity Writing: Hack the Reader.


Fill out the form below if you’d like SANS to notify you when the course becomes available online, to hear about planned SEC402 training opportunities, and receive bonus materials for improving your writing skills.

To get a sense for the approach the course takes to teaching writing skills, watch the 1-hour video below and learn how to avoid top 10 writing mistakes.

A Few Writing Tips by Lenny Zeltser:

·        How to Make Sure Your Readers Notice Your Idea?

·        Write to Appeal to Both Executives and Technologists - Here's How

·        Write a Strong Executive Summary for Your Security Report


Course Testimonials:

“The writing ideas taught in this course can be applied to all types of writing, technical or non-technical. My writing overall improved thanks to this course.” - Andrew Walker, Novant Health

"I write to many audiences with business and technical viewpoints. This course helps to develop guidelines for communication." - R. Wajda, Secure Cloud LLC