* January 20th - 24th in San Diego, CA
* June 9th - 13th in London, UK
Instructors: Michael Ligh (@iMHLv2), Andrew Case (@attrc), Jamie Levy (@gleeda)
To request a link to the online registration site or to receive a detailed course agenda/outline, please send an email voltraining [[ at ]] memoryanalysis.net.
Please note there is still seating available for our November 2013 class in Reston VA, but that will not last long.
Students in our Amsterdam class wanted to share some feedback with you:
An ultimate course to sharpen your forensic and reverse engineering skills and to get weaponized to track and combat the most sophisticated pieces of malware. - Anthony (Council of the EU)
The course was exceptional. The depth and scope of the research conducted by the trainers was remarkable. The fact that the trainers were able to provide comprehensive answers to any question posed was refreshing. - Vafa (Cisco)
This course gave me in depth knowledge of memory forensics and windows malware functioning as a starting point for a whole new level of forensic analysis. - Marco (Fox-IT)
The Volatility training was the best memory fundamentals that exists anywhere. In the labs they go through many memory images with malware I have see(n) in the wild. Their practical approach to using malware, memory and disk forensics are excellent. - Anonymous
This course was enriching on so many levels. Taught by people who know the tool from every angle. Presenting interesting reallife challenges and supporting you whenever you are lost. Best training I've had in years! - Clement (Price Waterhouse Cooper)This is the only memory forensics course officially designed, sponsored, and taught by the Volatility developers. One of the main reasons we made Volatility open-source is to encourage and facilitate a deeper understanding of how memory analysis works, where the evidence originates, and how to interpret the data collected by the framework's extensive set of plugins. Now you can learn about these benefits first hand from the developers of the most powerful, flexible, and innovative memory forensics tool.
If neither of the announced dates and locations jive with your schedule, keep an eye on our blog for Part 2 of our 2014 training schedule.