Data Breaches are occurring at an alarming rate and increasing in their scope, frequency and impact and they don't discriminate by industry, geography or organization size. When a breach occurs, organizations, agencies and individuals need to learn how to more effectively:
- Identify/Detect that the breach has occurred
- Respond to the breach in an effective and timely manner
- Investigate the breach
- Prevent/Defend the organization from future breaches
The Data Breach Investigation Summit & Training is the most effective way to improve your readiness and strategy in combating risk that result from even a minor compromise. The variety of cyber security courses offered will provide you hands-on, immersion training on what it takes to identify, respond, investigate and defend against data breaches in your organization. You'll also be able to network and collaborate with fellow attendees facing similar sets of challenges.
This event also embeds our typical summit content throughout the course of training via complimentary lunch and learns and @Night sessions. This added material will give you the opportunity to hear from a variety of industry renowned speakers. You'll gain actionable knowledge of new trends and best practices to help reduce your risk of data breaches.
This embedded format, coupled with all hotel rooms at the government per diem rate represent a very cost effective approach to getting the most from your cybersecurity training spend. http://www.sans.org/u/6kd
- Identifying Historical Attacker Actions via Journal Analysis: David Cowen, Partner, G-C Partners @HECFBlog
- Walk Softly and Carry 26 Trillion Sticks: Andrew Hay, Director of Research, OpenDNS Inc. @andrewsmhay
- Current Legal Issues in Computer Search and Seizure: Howard Cox, Former Assistant Inspector General for Investigations, CIA
- Network Security Monitoring for the Masses: Mike Pilkington, Certified Instructor, SANS @mikepilkington
- Plumbing the Depths: Shellbags: Eric Zimmerman, Special Agent, FBI @EricRZimmerman
- Going Right to the Data: Incorporating SQL Artifacts into Your Forensic Investigation: Matt Bromiley, Senior Consultant, Mandiant @505Forensics
- Hardware Keylogger Case Study: Stephen Gibson, Director - Forensic Technology Practice, KPMG @stevegibson
Who should attend?
- State and Local Law Enforcement
- Federal Agents
- Government Agency IG
- Civil Forensic Examiners
- Cyber Crime Investigators
- General Security Practitioners
- IT Engineers
- IT Supervisors
- System Administrators
- Incident Handlers
- Forensic Analysts
- Penetration Testers
- Incident Responders
Local/State Law Enforcement 50% discount
LIMIT 4 scholarship seats per course at the Data Breach Investigation Summit)
Requirements for using the discount are:
- You are an active duty State or Local Law Enforcement professional (or a professional in support of State/Local Law Enforcement, if the unit you support is directly funding your training).
- You are enrolling in a course (SEC301, SEC401, SEC504, or FOR508) at this event only.
- Your organization has a demonstrated financial hardship affecting training funding.
- The discount is only applicable for the Data Breach Investigation Summit & Training event (it may not be applied retroactively).
If your organization meets these criteria, please email LocalLE@sans.org.
SEC301: Intro to Information Security - My-Ngoc Nguyen
SEC401: Security Essentials Bootcamp Style - Chris Christianson
SEC504: Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling - Staff
FOR508: Advanced Digital Forensics and Incident Response - Hal Pomeranz
- Receive a discount of up to 400 USD for any 4-6 day course paid for by Wednesday, July 29, 2015.
- Receive a discount of up to 200 USD for any 4-6 day course paid for by Wednesday, August 12, 2015.
- No refunds available after Wednesday, September 2, 2015.