Rob Lee’s Super Timeline Analysis: A joint HTCIA/SANS COINS webcast

We are very pleased to announce a new joint event between us and and SANS’ Community of Interest for Network Security (COINS): a one-hour webcast on Super Timeline Analysis featuring Rob Lee! The webcast, part of SANS’ complimentary series, will expand on the lab material Rob presented in Indian Wells, delivering an exciting and valuable webcast both for those who attended the labs as well as those who were unable to attend.

Over the past year investigators have started to use timeline analysis to help solve challenging cases.  Learn how to create and analyze automatic file system and artifact timelines during incident response and criminal investigations.

There is no cost to attend this event, but you do need to register at: https://www.sans.org/webcasts/htcia-coins-pleased-present-super-timeline-analysis-94739

Webcast Details

Date:           Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Time:           8:00pm – 10:00pm (EDT)

Title:            Super Timeline Analysis

Featuring:  Rob Lee, SANS Faculty Fellow

For more information on the webcast contact Andrea Hogan: ahogan@sans.org.

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2 Responses to Rob Lee’s Super Timeline Analysis: A joint HTCIA/SANS COINS webcast

  1. [...] this week, Rob Lee gave a free 1-hour webcast on Super Timeline Analysis, sponsored by HTCIA and SANS-COINS. The archived webcast and presentation slides are available on [...]

  2. [...] At our conference in Indian Wells we unveiled our nascent partnership with the SANS Community of Interest for Network Security (COINS) program, which allows us to help even more chapters offer local events jointly with a great educational resource. Already we’ve seen the debut of SANS360 offered jointly in DC with our Mid-Atlantic chapter, and in February, Mark Gonyea will be teaching Computer Forensic Investigations-Windows In-Depth in Los Angeles. We also hope to work with SANS on virtual events, like our free webcast in October. [...]

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