vrijdag 1 juni 2012

Forensics Training courses

yesterday I posted a question on Twitter to see what other training offerings there are out there in the area of computer forensics, beyond what we know is a quality offering from SANS.  Not because I don't like SANS but because I kinda knew everybody would start sending me SANS links and since I know their offering, I was mostly looking for others.  Here's what people came up with :

- EC-COUNCIL CHFI : http://www.eccouncil.org/Computer-Hacking-Forensic-Investigator/index.html
- Tigerscheme has malware and forensics courses : http://www.tigerscheme.org/qualifications/Tiger_Digital_Forensics_Certified_Incident_Handler.pdf
- CERT CC offers such a course : http://www.sei.cmu.edu/training/P107.cfm
- 7Safe offers such a course : http://7safe.com/forensic_investigation_course-technical_hands-on.html
- CFE is such a course : http://www.digitalintelligence.com/training/cfe.php
- TrustWave Spiderlabs offers personalized forensics training (no link to training curriculum available) : https://www.trustwave.com/spiderLabs-services.php

1 opmerking:

  1. Here are two others for you; I'm surprised at least one of them wasn't mentioned:
    * Foundstone - http://www.mcafee.com/us/services/strategic-consulting/incident-response-forensics/forensic-incident-response-education.aspx
    * Champlain/CCE Bootcamp - http://www.champlain.edu/professional-and-executive-development/certified-computer-examiner-bootcamp®.html (this is geared toward prepping for the CCE cert, but excellent training)

    And if you're interested in other vendor-neutral certs, there's of course the CCE (https://www.isfce.com/certification.htm, probably the most well-known), and also the CSFA (http://www.cybersecurityforensicanalyst.com/). Neither of these are tied to accounting/fraud, law-enforcement, or government.