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ENISA trains Incident Handlers in Brussels

Published on January 20, 2016

On the 19th and 20th January 2016, ENISA organised together with a workshop on incident handling.

The two-day training focuses on Incident handling procedures, Memory Forensics and Malware Analysis. ENISA’s trainers cover the concepts of memory forensics, such as acquisition of memory and its analysis, and additionally gave attendants an overview of the tools and methodologies used to perform malware analysis.

During the training, participants from various Belgian public and private organisations together with trainees from CERT-EU and European Commission follow hands-on tutorials to solve various cyber security incidents.

The courses are based on ENISA training material developed for operational communities, such as CSIRTs. The material is also available online:

Memory Forensics
Identification and handling of electronic evidence

Artifact Analysis

Artifact handling and analysis

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