Security Assistance Network (SAN)

SAN Login

NOTE: The Security Assistance Network (SAN) is not maintained by DSCU

About the SAN

The objective of the SAN (Security Assistance Network) is to enhance the opportunity for access by Unified Commands and Security Assistance Organizations (SAOs), as well as CONUS-based security assistance activities, to existing security assistance management information systems and to provide users labor-saving ADP administrative tools. The Director of DSCA established the following goals: (1) tie existing automated systems and users together, (2) provide simplified access procedures to a range of automated systems and (3) interface automated systems through existing or expanded telecommunications networks, providing automated communication and data exchange support. The present Security Assistance Network is a modern Internet based wide area network that links the world-wide Security Assistance Offices with their Unified Command headquarters and CONUS based military service activities. The SAN Web system is managed by DISCS for the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA).

SANWeb Help

Please use the email link below if you have questions about or need assistance with the SANWeb. If you receive an error page with the message, "The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority" while attempting to log on to the SANWeb, you will need to update your Internet browser's certificates. Complete instructions for doing this are available by clicking the link entitled Certificate Instructions below.

Certificate Instructions

Certification Center Prelaunch Message

If you receive an "Untrusted Site" or "Untrusted SSL Server Certificate" error when trying to access the Certification Center, please follow the instructions in the link below to update your browsing certificates, and then try again.

Update Browsing Certificates for the Certification Center

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