Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Training by The Volatility Project Now Available In Three Continents!

The Volatility Team is very happy to announce that we have a new website ( and a number of upcoming training courses this year. With opportunities across three different continents, its now easier than ever before to learn about the most exciting realms of digital forensics from instructors who pioneered the field and developed some of the industry's most powerful tools.

You can visit our new website to learn details about our offerings, including the popular Malware & Memory Forensics class, our Digital Forensics & Incident Response class at BlackHat Vegas, and our online Registry Forensics training.

The next public offerings of the Malware & Memory Forensics class include:
To provide fair warning, the New York and London classes WILL SELL OUT SOON. We've already exceeded our seating capacity in invites for both events - and its first-come-first-served to those who complete the registration. Please contact us ASAP if you would like to attend these courses. We're also nearly at capacity for private/closed training events - with one slot remaining for 2014. If you want dedicated training on-site at your place of business, drop us a line.

The course in Australia is still currently being planned, but we expect it to be in either one of the last two weeks of August or the first week of September. It will be held in Canberra or Sydney. If you are interested in being put on the notification list for when registration opens for this course, then please contact us.

Here are a few other short cuts to our new website for you:
Reviews of our past Malware & Memory Forensics offerings can be found here. Ian Ahl (@tekdefense) also wrote a blog post of his experience here.

Our most recent public offering in San Diego received very high praise as well:
"This was the most in depth forensic course I've ever taken. The instructors are top notch and really know the material and concepts behind it. If you're serious about protecting your network, you need to take this course" - Ryan G. 
"This is the best forensics training I have ever participated in. You don't just learn what commands you blindly punch in; you gain deep insight into win internals, understand how malware can subvert the OS, and how to detect these abuses. Also, tons of stuff I can bring home to continue training and apply to my work." - Christian B.  
"This was hands down the best (technical, useful, well explained, and relevent to current investigations) DFIR course/materials I have taken in the last 10 years! This is a must take class for anyone in DFIR. Aside from the knowledge + lab experience, the tools provided may be worth the class attendance alone. If you don't take this course, you're doing Windows DFIR wrong!" - Anonymous
If you are serious about learning memory forensics and want to learn it from the researchers and developers of The Volatility Project then you should consider taking our course. If you do take the course, you will not only be able to conquer advanced threats and malware, but you will also understand how your tool is operating every step of the way.

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