June 12, 2013 09:00 – 12:00
Location: 1625 W. Fountainhead Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85282 Room 301/302
Guest Speaker: Matthew Standart, HBGary, Cyber-threat Response And Management
Matthew will define and provide an overview of a “capability-driven” incident response program, including the specific team capabilities, tools and measurements needed to ensure the successful detection, eradication, and recovery from cybersecurity incidents. He will also provide specific steps IR professionals can take to develop robust processes and procedures as part of this program and will demonstrate how incident response teams can successfully use this program today.
June 3 – 7 Cellebrite UFED Ultimate **Certification course
Chandler Main Station (250 E. Chicago, Chandler AZ 85225).
Cost is $2,295. You can register online at the below address. Contact one of our HTCIA board members for the discount code and bring the tuition cost down to $1,790.
**A note from Buddy Tidwell, Director of Global Training for Cellebrite: ”The new training plan will be implemented this year. If you receive your training for H11 before this, your certificate will be recognized for two years. You will still be eligible to take our flagship certification the CCME if you have had Cellebrite Authorized training in the past two years but it will require “testing out” of our new essentials, physical and logical classes in order to qualify. I can assure you that H11 provides top-notch training and the skills you get there should serve you well in your testing process for further certification of your abilities as a Cellebrite Certified Mobile Device Examiner. We have not unveiled all of the new training plan just yet as we perfect the new system. It is coming and it will provide a more expanded opportunity for students to receive standardized training that has been developed and approved by Cellebrite.”
The Arizona Electronic Crimes Task Force meeting will be on Tuesday, April 30th from 10am to noon at 3200 N. Central Avenue, 3rd Floor Conference room, Phoenix.
The meeting is open to government and law enforcement employees. Private sector AZHTCIA members will need to email Arizona.ECTF@USSS.DHS.GOV to determine if their membership will benefit the ECTF mission.