Network Forensics training at x33fcon

x33fcon Network Forensics for Incident Response

I will teach Network Forensics for Incident Response at the IT security conference x33fcon in Gdynia, Poland on June 11-12. In this hands-on class you will get a chance to perform network based threat hunting and deep dive into packet analysis for two days. The first day will be spent using open source tools, such as Wireshark, NetworkMiner, Suricata, Zeek, tcpflow and ngrep. On the second day we’ll also use NetworkMiner Professional and CapLoader. All training participants will get a 6 month license for CapLoader as well as NetworkMiner Professional.

Motlawa river by Diego Delso, (CC-BY-SA)
Image: Motława river by Diego Delso, (CC-BY-SA)

About x33fcon

x33fcon is held in Gdynia (Gdańsk), which is located on the Baltic coast in northern Poland. The conference’s focus is on collaboration between attackers and defenders. Their goal is to encourage security professionals to consider both perspectives while working more closely together.

More information about this two-day training can be found on Netresec’s training page.

Posted by Erik Hjelmvik on Monday, 18 March 2024 10:25:00 (UTC/GMT)

Tags: #Netresec#Training#Class#Network Forensics

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