Forensics
Computer forensics training Oct 25 2010 11:28PM
don_gottschalk mcafee com (3 replies)
RE: Computer forensics training Oct 26 2010 06:53AM
Craig Schiller (craigs pdx edu) (2 replies)
Re: Computer forensics training Oct 30 2010 07:19PM
Gary Kessler (kumquat sover net)
Re: Computer forensics training Oct 30 2010 07:09PM
Lingberg, Rob W. CTR (Rob Lingberg ctr med navy mil)
All,

Utica college just started two online masters programs. One is in Forensics and one is in Cyber Intel.

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From: Craig Schiller [mailto:craigs (at) pdx (dot) edu [email concealed]]
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 02:53 AM
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Subject: RE: Computer forensics training

Don,

I teach the Digital Forensics class at both Portland State University and
Portland Community College. PSU's class is usually taught during the
Summer, while PCC has a class in the Fall and sometimes again in the Spring.

I first learned forensics in a week long seminar taught in conjunction with
a security conference. One of the instructors was Howard Schmidt, just
before he left to become the CISO for Microsoft. I also took classes from
NTI when they held their classes in Gresham. I also took the Expert Witness
training classes from NTI.

The main difference between the College level course and the seminars is
that the seminars tend to focus on the mechanics, where the college courses
include the mechanics, surrounded by some law, police procedure, and
investigative techiques foundation.

Craig

Craig A Schiller, CISSP-ISSMP, ISSAP
Chief Information Security Officer
Portland State University
503.725.9107

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Sent: Monday, October 25, 2010 4:28 PM
To: forensics (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: Computer forensics training

Hello everyone.

I have 15 years in the field of software QA and am now interested in
computer forensics. I have a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Computer
Science already. I am looking for training, preferably at the university
level, for computer forensics as my company will pay for university courses.
Anything physically close to the Portland, Oregon area would be great.
Anything online would also be good.

Anyone who would like to share their experiences of how they were trained in
this field would also be welcomed. Maybe university training is not the
best for this subject matter.

Thanks,

Don

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[ reply ]
Re: Computer forensics training Oct 26 2010 03:59AM
Ron McGill (ronm forensource com)
RE: Computer forensics training Oct 26 2010 01:30AM
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