KNIFE – Known Network Intrusion Forensic Examinations (San Antonio, TX)

4-day Advanced Level Course

This 4-Day intermediate class is designed to provide the student with the skills and techniques to response to a cyber intrusion incident. The students will learn the anatomy of an intrusion, collection of memory and volatile artifacts, and techniques to unravel the mystery of how the network was compromised.

The course will follow adult learning principles through training aids such as presentations, diagrams and practical instructor lead examples. Each artifact covered will be presented in either one or two 50 minute sessions followed by review questions. Students will be given the opportunity throughout the course to ask questions and discuss objectives covered in more detail. Throughout each day students will have practical exercises to work on in order to reinforce the topics with a final practical at the culmination of the training.

This hands-on course is geared towards forensic investigators with 6+ months experience in forensic case work with a basic understanding of Microsoft data structures.

About the Trainer
Charles Giglia has been in the field of computer forensics since 2000 concentrating primarily on the research and development of computer forensic investigative techniques and training curriculum. Charles has an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Canisius College and a graduate degree in forensic science from the University of New Haven. Charles had been deployed nearly 18 months from 2007 to 2009 doing computer forensic investigations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom while serving as a U.S. Army Contractor in Baghdad. Previously he spent six years as a Computer Crime Specialist with the NW3C while leading the development of numerous training classes. His primary concentrations were courses related to Internet investigations and Internet forensics. Charles has been a guest presenter at the FBI training academy, as well as several IACIS, FACT, RCFG/GMU, HTCIA international/regional conferences and an adjunct professor at Fairmont State College. He is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) and a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE).

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Sep 23 2019 - Sep 26 2019


9:00 am - 5:00 pm




San Antonio, TX
HIDTA San Antonio, TX 4204 Woodcock Drive San Antonio, Texas 78228
Spyder Forensics


Spyder Forensics
+1 304-212-4959