Incident Response and Analysis for First Responders (separate registration is required)

Monday, May 13 | 8:30AM–4:30PM CT | Montreux, Second Floor Event Centre
Session Type: Additional Fee Program
Delivery Format: Preconference Workshop
First responders have a challenging task of determining whether a security incident has occurred. Learning to collect information from a suspected compromised computer and then analyzing it to determine if a compromise occurred is a valuable skill and could expedite the incident response process. You'll learn how to build a first-responder toolkit and how to use it to find simulated malware that mimics real malicious activity in a cloud-based virtual environment. You'll leave with a working first-response toolkit, the skills to analyze a computer system for malicious activity, and a tool to simulate malware for continuous learning.

Outcomes: Create a first-responders incident response toolkit * Analyze information collected with the toolkit to identify anomalous software * Learn to identify malicious software and its behavior to determine the potential scope of a compromise


  • Duane Dunston

    Assistant Professor of Information Security, Champlain College