• SANS 408 Mentoring and Teaching Assistant

    Posted on March 14, 2012 by Lee Whitfield in News.

    The new job is keeping my mind and body very busy recently so first of all, let me apologize for not being very proactive with posting. Normal service will be resumed soon.

    Second, I’m now in the SANS mentoring program. This means that I’ll be teaching Forensics 408: Computer Forensic Investigations – Windows In-Depth on a weekly basis starting on Tuesday April 17. The classes will run from 6 – 8 pm each Tuesday for 10 weeks. The classes will be held at Digital Discovery’s offices at 8131 LJB Freeway.

    Whether you are new to forensics or you are a seasoned veteran, this course has something to offer you.

    What’s more, if you enter the code MGIAC12 when registering you will receive a free attempt at the GCFE exam.

    Mentor classes somewhat different that the large classes taught at conferences as they are small groups where participation is strongly encouraged. It also means that everyone in the class has direct access to the mentor if they have questions or concerns.

    You can find more information, and register for the class, here: http://www.sans.org/info/99971

    If you’re interested in sending multiple employees you may be entitled to a discount. If that is the case please contact mentor@sans.org

    If you live in the Dallas area and you’re looking for a great class please look into joining us.

    Third, GO TEAM PODCAST! OK, it isn’t a great slogan but Ovie Carroll will be teaching the 408 class at SANS 2012 in Orlando Florida, March 25-30. The extremely cool thing is that I’m going to be his teaching assistant. Ovie is a great guy and his teaching style is very warm and friendly. If you want to take the class you can register here: https://www.sans.org/registration/register.php?conferenceid=24458

One Responseso far.

  1. Rob Lee says:

    Wait… we accidentally put you and Ovie together in the same room to teach? Oh lordy…

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