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January 2012 Meeting PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 23 January 2012 16:07

Greetings HTCIA Members,


Welcome back to the 2012 HTCIA Ontario Chapter. We are hoping this is going to be a great year for us all.

HTCIA is more than just a professional associationl it's an opportunity for you to connect with other investigators, receive training, and get answers that you might not otherwise have access to. In face, any chance you have to expand your network -- whether locally or nationally or internationally via any of our channels -- is a chance to improve your investigative knowledge, skills and abilities.

 

Our first meeting of the year will be:

 

Thursday 26 January 2012
7-9pm

Toronto Police College
70 Birmingham Street,
Toronto, Ontario

 

Link to map:

http://goo.gl/8VamR

 

This month our topics will include:

How to Succeed in the Business of Detecting Data Exfiltration Done by Copying Without Really Having Any Apparent Artifacts to Work with

Dr. G.S. Graham will entertain and dazzle us on how,  'Stealing IP and PI and other initials by copying is a growth industry. When done by an insider who would normally have the authority to access the information, it is difficult to detect. Jonathan Grier addressed this topic in an interesting paper at the 2011 Digital Forensics Research Workshop (DFRWS). The context for his investigation was analyzing the filesystem, where there are no apparent artifacts for a copying operation (even in the Windows Registry).'  Dr. G.S. Graham will present his approach in this talk.

The topic should be of interest to enterprise investigators dealing with disgruntled employees and to law enforcement officers dealing with the production of illicit information.


MAXIMIZE YOU TRAINING DOLLAR!

Mr. Maurice Ragogna will conduct a demonstration of the “All Access Pass” training offered by ChappellU.  This “ All Access Pass” includes unlimited access to a variety of courses covering network analysis, troubleshooting and security.

Some of the most popular courses include:

  • Core 1: Wireshark Functionality and TCP/IP Analysis
  • Core 2: Wireshark Network Troubleshooting/Security
  • CS42: Hacked Hosts
  • CS43: Analyze and Improve Throughput
  • CS44: Top 10 Reasons Your Network is Slow
  • CS53: Wireshark 1.4 New Features
  • CS50: WLAN Analysis 101
  • CS60: Troubleshooting with Coloring Rules
  • CS61: Tshark Command-Line Capture

This topic should be of value to those who have a limited training budget.

So come on out and enjoy what should be a great and rewarding meeting for all!!


Membership Renewal:

Renew your membership today! To renew your dues online, visit www.htcia.org, link to "members area/member login" and enter your user name and password.

If you have already renewed your dues, thank you for your continued support!


Sincerely,

2012 HTCIA Ontario Chapter Executive Committee

Ben Whittaker -- President
G. Scott Graham -- 1st VP
Matthew Ross -- 2nd VP

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Monday, 23 January 2012 16:17
 

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