Cyber Breach Management
The frequency, scope, and sophistication of attacks against computer networks is increasing daily. This course will teach students how to successfully manage the people, processes, and voluminous data required to successfully investigate and recover from a breach. All phases of the incident response process will be covered and hands-on exercises will provide tools for analyzing system artifacts as well as scrutinizing and communicating technical findings.
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The class is geared toward students with a background in digital forensics, computer networking or systems administration. Students should be familiar with common computing and networking terms and concepts such as file systems, RAM, DNS, active directory, IP addresses, firewalls, etc. Comfort with the Windows and Linux command line would also be beneficial.
Chris Nutt is an expert in the field of incident response and digital forensics. He has more than 10 years of experience helping global organizations manage and conduct complex investigations into attacks targeting intellectual property and financial information.
He is a recent addition to Kroll’s Cyber Security practice, but spent the prior seven years with Mandiant, where he helped develop their investigative methodologies, digital forensics techniques, and technologies.
Chris has previously taught courses on incident response and digital forensics at venues including CounterMeasure, Black Hat USA, Abu Dhabi and Asia. He has also written numerous articles on incident response and information security, including his most recent, ”Payment Card Data Theft: Tips For Small Business" - Dark Reading, July 2014.
Mon. 5 - 7 October 2015 (09:00 - 17:00)