If you happen to be in Seattle area in March, Russ McRee, a member of Microsoft’s Online Services Security & Compliance team, will be giving a presentation on Volatility at the CTIN Digital Forensics Conference.
This discussion will cover the complete life cycle of memory acquisition and analysis for forensics and incident response, using Volatility.
Volatility has been referred to as the Python version of the Windows Internals book, given how much can be learned about Windows by reviewing how Volatility enumerates evidence. We’ll conduct real-time analysis and examine Volatility’s plug-in capabilities.
The Volatility project shortens the amount of time it takes to put cutting-edge research into the hands of practitioners, while encouraging and pushing the technical advancement of the digital forensics field.
Join us and learn more about this outstanding tool.
Shoutz to Russ!