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RevCode PantherTM is a hands on training course through which the student will develop the competences required to identify and analyse malware in order to react to security incidents and perform in depth computer forensics investigations. RevCode PantherTM provides the student with the hands-on environment to use disassemblers and debuggers and learn the different techniques used to reverse engineer software and perform malware analysis. The course takes the student through the analysis of different operating system structures, and complete source code reconstruction methodologies, teaching how to modify low level software programs, to patch software vulnerabilities in legacy systems, and  to identify malicious behavior.

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Silensec logos - 300px x 300 px-09Forensics eSpectorTM is a practical, hands-on training course designed to transfer skills in responding to security breaches and carry out a computer forensics investigation. Using a variety of computer forensics tools and a portable forensics laboratory you will be working through a number of practical exercises and challenges. You will learn how to best react to incidents while collecting volatile and non volatile evidence. In addition you will understand how to investigate security breaches and analyse digital evidence that could be used internally or in a court of law. During the course you will play the role of a computer forensics professional in charge of a real investigation case and apply the methods, techniques and tools required in a real scenario.

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Silensec logos - 300px x 300 px-08Forensics BeeTM is a practical hands on training course through which you will develop the competences required to engage in forensic analysis of mobile devices and gadgets. With the constantly changing technologies in mobile gadgets, an analyst needs to understand the various forensic techniques used across different device operating systems and types. This hands on course takes you through a journey of analyzing the different aspects of major mobile operating systems, extracting forensic artifacts and working on a mobile forensic case.

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“A black panther is a melanistic Jaguar, an Apex predator, residing at the top of their food chain. The   Jaguar is a stalk-and-ambush rather than a chase predator. The cat will walk slowly down forest  paths, listening for and stalking prey before rushing or ambushing. The jaguar attacks from cover and usually from a target's blind spot with a quick pounce; the species' ambushing abilities are considered nearly peerless in the animal kingdom by both indigenous people and field researchers, and are probably a product of its role as an apex predator in several different environments.”*
A Reverse Engineer and Malware Analyst can be considered a rare, smart and patient hunter just like the Panther we have described. *Source: Wikipedia

 

Armadillos have very poor eyesight, and use their keen sense of smell to hunt. They use their claws for digging and finding food, as well as for making their homes in burrows. They dig their burrows with their claws, only making a single corridor where they fit themselves. The diets of different armadillo species vary, but consist mainly of insects, grubs, and other invertebrates. Some species, however, feed almost entirely on ants and termites.”* In very simple words, Armadillos are incredible diggers with a great sense of smell feeding on small animals that can hide quite a few inches underground! That's exactly what a Computer Forensics Analysts does, lots of digging into the dirt. Silensec Armadillos are extremely clever and well determined to dig into your garden only if you allow them too! *Source: Wikipedia

 

*It is estimated that one third of the human food supply depends on insect pollination, most of which is accomplished by bees. What an important insect! But bees are capable of much more. Did you know that bees can visit thousands of flowers per day? This is why bees learn to fly the shortest route between flowers discovered in random order, effectively solving the "travelling salesman problem”, an algorithm that finds the shortest route between a list of geographical points while returning to the starting place. What a smart insect! The bee is not only extremely mobile but also tremendously intelligent. And that's exactly what we would expect from a successful mobile forensic analyst: smart and mobile! *Source: Guardian Inform Me, Wikipedia

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