WELCOME TO SoCal HTCIA
The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) is designed to encourage, promote, aid and effect the voluntary interchange of data, information, experience, ideas and knowledge about methods, processes, and techniques relating to investigation and security in advanced technologies among its membership.
SoCal HTCIA 2013!
The 2013 year will be a great year for SoCal HTCIA. Coming off some great training and a fantastic turnout at International, the SoCal HTCIA Board looks forward to bringing exciting new and even better trainings in 2013. Understanding that many of our involved agencies and companies are experiencing very difficult budgets, we on the HTCIA board look to offer some great low cost and free training. This year we hope to see you at these fantastic events.
If you have an ideas for training or would like to host at your agency/company, contact us at: President
Southern California HTCIA and ISSA Inland Empire May Chapter Meeting
Date: May 28, 2013 from 10:00AM to 12:00PM
Speaker: Chris Sanft
Location: California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Your organization has been infected with some sort of Malware. Where do you begin your initial investigation? What level of risk does this Malware infection pose to my organization? Is it time to hit the shiny-red button?
We will be investigating and analyzing Malware with AccessData's advanced automated reverse engineering tool Cerberus. As first responders we will be attempting to understand the behavior, the intent of suspected binaries and properties of binaries, (high entropy (obfuscation), IRC, Shellcode, Cryptography), etc.) while gaining valuable, immediate, actionable intelligence to shape our response decisions.
About Chris Sanft
Chris Sanft is a Senior Instructor with AccessData. He is involved in developing and teaching all of the many classes thatAccessData offers. He has trained at the United States Secret Service National Computer Forensic Institute. Prior to joining AccessData, Mr. Sanft was a contractor performing computer forensics for the US Army in Iraq. In addition, Mr. Sanft was a computer crime training specialist with SEARCH Group Inc, Sacramento, CA. For almost eight years he coordinated and provided training to local, State and Federal criminal justice agencies both in California and at other locations nationwide. Mr. Sanft provided technical assistance to various law enforcement organizations on computer crime and forensics issues.
Cost: FREE, but RSVP is required. Parking: $5.00 (or free with a valid Cal-Poly Pomona Parking Permit)
Other Southern California Events
Friday, May 24, 2013
Subjects Include Solid State Forensics.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at Symantec Corporation
OWASP LA Chapter Meeting: Cloud Computing - Security and Interoperability Perspectives
More information at: http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Los-Angeles/events/102334602/