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Delhi 2013

New Delhi, India | Mon Apr 1 - Fri Apr 12, 2013

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to invite you to SANS Delhi 2013 for SANS world-class forensics training in New Delhi, India, 1-12 April. This event will feature our new advanced forensics course, FOR508, and FOR610. This event is scheduled so you can take both courses over two weeks. Our instructor for both courses is Jess Garcia.

Read what our course authors said about the value of these two popular and essential SANS courses.

FOR508: Advanced Computer Forensic Analysis and Incident Response

Author Statement - "There are people smarter than you, they have more resources than you, and they are coming for you. Good luck with that." Matt Olney said when describing the Advanced Persistent Threat and advanced adversaries. He was not joking. The results over the past several years clearly indicate that hackers employed by nation states and organized crime are racking up success after success. The Advanced Persistent Threat has compromised hundreds of organizations. Organized crime organizations, utilizing botnets are exploiting ACH fraud daily. Similar groups are penetrating banks and merchants, stealing credit card data daily. Fortune 500 companies are beginning to detail data breaches and hacks in their annual stockholders reports.

The enemy is getting better, bolder, and their success rate is impressive.

We can stop them, but in order to do so we need to field more sophisticated incident responders and digital forensic investigators. We need lethal digital forensic experts that can detect and eradicate advanced threats immediately. A properly trained incident responder could be the only defense your organization has left during a compromise. Forensics 508: ADVANCED COMPUTER FORENSIC ANALYSIS AND INCIDENT RESPONSE is crucial training for you to become a lethal forensicator so that you can step up to these advanced threats. The enemy is good. We are better. This course will help you become one of the best. - Rob Lee

FOR610: Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques

This popular malware analysis course has helped forensic investigators, malware specialists, incident responders, and IT administrators assess malware threats. The course teaches a practical approach to examining malicious programs-spyware, bots, trojans, etc.-that target or run on Microsoft Windows. This training also looks at reversing Web-based malware, such as JavaScript and Flash files, as well as malicious document files. By the end of the course, you'll learn how to reverse-engineer malicious software using a variety of system and network monitoring utilities, a disassembler, a debugger, and other tools for turning malware inside-out!

The malware analysis process taught in this class helps incident responders assess the severity and repercussions of a situation that involves malicious software. It also assists in determining how to contain the incident and plan recovery steps. Forensics investigators also learn how to understand key characteristics of malware present on compromised systems, including how to establish indicators of compromise (IOCs) for scoping and containing the intrusion. Lenny Zeltzer

Put the skills you'll learn to practical use and join the GIAC certified professionals who keep the Cybersecurity industry safe! Sign up for your GCFA GIAC Certification attempt when you register for FOR508 and your GREM GIAC Certification attempt when you register for FOR610. Visit the GIAC Roadmap page for more information and register for your certification attempt today!

Classes will be held at the Hotel Central Blue Stone in Gurgaon, Haryana.

Get the training you need to advance your career. Start making your training and travel plans now to join us for SANS Delhi 2013!

Please contact us at asiapacific@sans.org for further information.