Ransomware Investigations Course by NCFTA
Time & Location
About the Event
Who should attend:
Law Enforcement, Fraud Investigators, Cyber Investigators, Other Govt, Banking and Students.This immersive course expounds upon the skills and fundamentals taught in introductory cyber courses. The course will provide attendees with an understanding of ransomware:
- What is Ransomware?
- Types or Ransomware
- How it works?
- Responding to an attack
- Stop the spread
- Investigative strategies
- Finding available unlock keys
OSINT techniques and other methods to investigate potential threat actors. Students will hear from case studies involving ransomware investigations.Course is limited to 30 Students. This training is open to digital investigators from government and private organizations. Please email us any questions. email@example.com
When: Tuesday December 14th, 2021 to Thursday December 16th, 2021
Students will be required to install Zoom on their local machines. The entire course is delivered on Ai6 virtual desktop (DaaS) accessible through Chrome, Firefox or Safari. No software installation required. This is a highly interactive course with emphasis on practical real world experience.
Mr. Sean WILLIAMS
Sean Williams is a Trainer and Intelligence Analyst within Training at the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA) located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Sean does dark web research and analysis on illicit markets, forums, actors, coordinates and develops training on a variety of topics. He received a graduate degree in Security and Intelligence Studies from the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public and International Affairs.
Ms. Kaitlin Martin
Kaitlin Martin has been an intelligence analyst on the Cyber Financial team at the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA) since January 2020. Since then, she has conducted numerous cryptocurrency investigations for both law enforcement and private-sector partners. Kaitlin is also a Russian linguist and works on the Russian and Eastern European Crime-as-a-Service (CaaS) initiative, as well as the Business Email Compromise (BEC) initiative. Prior to joining NCFTA, Kaitlin worked for a financial intelligence firm in Washington, DC.
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