We would like to invite you to a free and open DFIR Community reception/talks at SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Campus at CDI 2012 in Washington D.C.
Join us and network with others in the DFIR community then stay for a few evening DFIR presentations.
Now that the holidays are over, it's time to re-focus on challenges ahead. That includes training to help you to successfully tackle those tasks ahead in the new year. It's an ideal time to join Phil Hagen in Arlington, VA for FOR558: Network Forensics. This course has been in high demand, and now you'll be able to attend in a small-class setting afforded by a community event. The course runs from Feb 6 to Feb 10, 2012, and registration is open now.
Network communications have continued to grow at a breakneck pace. This has resulted in the incorporation of network-based evidence in forensic investigations. Traditionally, these investigations were dominated by the