Digital Forensics 1-Day Class - Bozeman, MT

Digital Forensics 1-Day Class - Bozeman, MT

Join us for our 1-day Cyber Forensics Class! A great way to train your IT staff in fundamental incident response and digital forensic preservation, and ramp up new incident responders quickly and cost-effectively. This course includes an Incident Response tabletop exercise plus three hands-on labs, in which you will create a forensic image, preserve volatile memory, and capture network traffic.

When: Thursday, May 10th
Location: Montana State University 
                 Strand Union Building Room 235

                 751 W Grant St, Bozeman, MT 59715
Instructor: Karen Sprenger, GCFE

Tuition: Regular Price $495
              ($445 Early Bird Rate before April 25)

  • Incident Detection, Triage and Communication
  • Evidence Preservation Fundamentals
  • Network-Based Evidence Acquisition 
  • Hard Drive Imaging
  • Volatile Evidence Collection [memory, processes, network connections, etc.
Students Receive:
  • A bootable Kali Linux USB with digital forensics tools
  • Workbook with three labs and sample incident response policies
Who Should Take This Class:
  • IT staff tasked with responsibility for detecting and triage of incidents on computer systems
  • Incident response team members who are involved in responding to data breaches
  • Help Desk staff that may be the first point of contact for reports of suspicious activity
  • Anyone with a general technical background who might be asked to respond to a suspected cybersecurity incident

Tuition and Registration Deadlines

  Register By Tuition
Early Bird Registration  April 25 $445
Regular Registration  May 3 $495
Late Registration  May 8 $545
Tuition is non-refundable and must be paid in full on or before the registration deadline in order to qualify for the price listed. 

 Students should bring:

  • Laptop capable of booting Windows with a power cable. (We will give you a link to a VM and our Kali Linux setup to boot off of for the exercises.)
  • Separate USB thumb drive, large with more storage space than the RAM of your computer. Typically 32G works well. We will be formatting these during class, so please make sure there’s nothing on there that you care about. Also, you don’t want them to be huge (ie 128G) because that can take a long time to format.
  • Smartphone capable of taking photographs, or digital camera.
 See you in class on May 10!
$ 445.00