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When Prevention Fails: Extending IR and Digital Forensics to the Corporate Network (slides from SANS Boston 2011)
The slides from my @night talk at SANS Boston 2011 are available for download now: When Prevention Fails, Extending IR and Digital Forensics Capabilities to the Corporate Network (PDF – 6,2 MB) Thanks to Barbara Basalguete, Stephen Northcutt and the rest of the SANS crew for the opportunity to participate in such a great event, as well […]
I can’t think of any better place to be in May than… Berlin!! So all packet-ninjas looking to improve their TCP/IP and traffic analysis skills are welcome to join us in the first ever Community SANS Berlin for the SECURITY 503: Intrusion Detection In-Depth track. A full description of the event can be found here: […]
I’m glad to announce that I will be teaching Community SANS Security 503: Intrusion Detection In-Depth at Banbury, Oxfordshire (UK). This 6-day course will run from Monday, February 15, 2010 through Saturday, February 20, 2010.
I read in Doug Burks’ tweet that his Security Onion LiveCD is now available for download. Being a serious Sguil fan, I can’t do anything but recommend you have a look at this new live distro.
That’s been what I call my ‘SANS itinerary’ since I started this exciting journey back in June 2007. It all started at SANS Secure Europe, in Brussels, where I took my first SANS class with Jess Garcia, CEO of One eSecurity and a good friend of mine. It was SECURITY 508, System Forensics, Investigation & Response, an awesome track created by Rob Lee on one of the most interesting and hot topics of Information Security. It’s been almost two years since then, but now I realize that event had a tremendous positive influence in my career as a security professional.
I’m not usually very excited about posting on LinkedIn Discussion Groups. On top of that, I don’t even have the time to blog anything on my own site. However, I could not resist to write a comment on that discussion about what is the best IDS system. Not when I read the following comment: “Actually the idea of an IDS system has been obsolete for a few years now”.
Yes! I’m just writing my first post from the Apple Store at Regent Street (London) to let you know that I’ve just passed my SANS GCIA exam. Indeed, I know it could have been better (scored 89%) and that I scored even more on my first GIAC exam (GCFA -Forensics Analyst- that I took on […]
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