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SANS Forensic Summit Oct 13-14, 2008

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  • Rob Lee
    Dear Colleague, Digital forensic professionals respond to investigations such as basic email examinations to data breach incidents. Forensic practioners are up
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      Dear Colleague,

      Digital forensic professionals respond to investigations such as
      basic email examinations to data breach incidents. Forensic
      practioners are up against more complex investigations such as:
      Coordinated foreign hacker penetrations into multiple organizations
      and sophisticated data breaches against banks and businesses looking
      for account and credit card information.

      Come to Las Vegas in October where most of the world's best cyber
      incident response and forensics experts have agreed to share the
      lessons they learned. There is no other conference like it in the
      world. Don't miss it.

      The SANS WhatWorks in Incident Response and Forensics Summit, October
      13-14, in Las Vegas (http://www.sans.org/info/31484)

      These experts have first-hand knowledge of some of our industry's
      rising issues like: Chinese hacker penetration into multiple
      organizations and coordinated foreign attacks against banks and
      businesses with point-of-sale systems that contained credit card
      information.

      Panels at the Summit will feature incident response teams from
      Mandiant, Intelguardians, Verizon Cybertrust, and IBM ISS, who will
      lead us in discussions on latest techniques to actively respond to
      these incidents. These teams have all been called upon regularly to
      fend off bank attacks initiated from Russia, attacks on government
      contractors from China, and to respond to the most high profile cases
      including Hannaford, TD Ameritrade, and TJ Maxx.

      The best digital forensic teams from IBM ISS, Intelguardians,
      Mandiant, and Verizon Cybertrust will share some secret key dos and
      don'ts for incident response and forensics.

      - Drew Fahey (Creator of HELIX, e-fense Inc.)
      - Bryan Sartin (Creator of the Verizon Data Breach Report, Verizon)
      - Harlan Carvey (IBM ISS, Author of Windows Forensic Analysis)
      - Cory Altheide (Author of Unix and Linux Forensic Analysis)
      - Ovie Carroll and Brett Padres (Cyberspeak Podcast)
      - Aaron Walters (Volatile Systems)
      - Eoghan Casey (Author of Handbook of Computer Crime Investigation)
      - Mike Poor and Tom Liston (Intelguardians)

      - Keynote by DoD Computer Crime Center

      These are very practical and highly interactive sessions. Audience
      participants will be able to shape the discussion to get their
      questions answered.

      Here's what SANS WhatWorks Summit attendees have said:

      "The vast amount of lessons learned and best practices are key to
      successful evaluations and implementations." - Bob Dillenschneider,
      Florida Department of Health

      "Hearing from those who have actually gone through the process
      provides you with the information to plan, evaluate, and deploy the
      proper solutions." - Sven Doersam, John Hopkins University

      "Just like in all SANS courses, Rob didn't disappoint! His enthusiasm
      and humor are sure to keep the class moving." Mike Conner, Wachovia
      Corp.

      I look forward to working with you and others in the field at the
      firstIR/Forensic Summit on October 13-14, 2008 at Caesars Palace in
      Las Vegas, NV. (http://www.sans.org/info/31484)

      Best,

      Rob Lee
      SANS Faculty Fellow
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