NOTE: The Security Assistance Network (SAN) is not maintained by DSCU
About the SAN
The Security Assistance Network (SAN) is a portal through which the Security Cooperation - Training Management System (SC-TMS). The SAN is for use by Security Cooperation Offices (SCOs), Combatant Commands (CCMDs), MILDEPs, DSCA, DFAS, DoD schoolhouses, Regional Centers (RCs), and other organizations involved in security coopteration international military training.
Error When Accessing SAN Login Page
When accessing the SAN login page, if you receive an error page "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.
Question: Exactly what is the Security Assistance Network (SAN)?
The SAN is a portal on the internet that allows access to the security Cooperation Training Management System (SC-TMS). It also hosts various international training management documents, and a library that provides for large files to be shared.
Question: What is the SAN Web URL address?
Question: How do I get access to the SAN?
For instructions on how to request a SAN account, go to the SAN login page and click the appropriate link titled:
- How to Request a SANweb Account
Question: Do I have to change my SAN password? When? How?
Your SAN password does need to be changed at least every 60 days. To change your password, log into the SAN and click User Information > Change Your Password and Other User Info. Enter your new password in the Password field. Confirm the new password in the Confirm Password field. Click Save/Submit. Your password must be 9-15 characters in length and must contain at least two each of the following: upper-case, lower-case, numerals and special characters). You will receive an e-mail notification 10 days before your password will expire.
Question: Can I register my Common Access Card (CAC) with the SAN?
Yes, once you have been given a SAN account, there are instructions on the log in page for how to register your CAC with the SAN. Once you register your CAC with the SAN, you may use your CAC and CAC pin to log in instead of the username and password. However, it is recommended that you still update your password every 60 days to keep it active in case you are at a computer that does not have a CAC reader.
Question: Are there instructions for SAN User Administrators, to show them how to accomplish user registration?
Yes. Log into the SAN and click Libraries > General > SAN User Group Administrator User's Guide - 30 Apr 2014