I just finished my last event of the year 2017. I have a few training sessions and hosted presentations scheduled in 2018, but for 2017, I have completed the year with an average of more than 1 a month. Next year, my goal is to cut the number of classes and presentations in half or less...
If you'd like a presentation or training, feel free to contact me for more information. Generally, I have been limiting most of my training to internally hosted organizations, such as government agencies and corporations. However, I am open to presenting anywhere if I can meet your needs. As to some of the courses I have given, here are some of what I have presented in classrooms across the US in 2016 and 2017:
I will have a Bitcoin Forensics Course available mid-2018, both online and in the classroom.
A cram course in Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard to cover a few high level topics and relate to a case study. Engage with questions, learn a tip or two that may help you with a difficult case, and enjoy the conversation on one of the most important aspects of DFIR work - Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard.
A couple of real case studies will be discussed to illustrate some of the tips of working cases where tying a suspect to a computing device may be a key issue, which should be in nearly every investigation. The webinar is planned to run only 30 minutes, so it will be fast-paced, and at a high level to get as much information across in a short time as possible. You can check out the books I wrote on this topic to get an idea of what we will be discussing. (The time zone is Pacific Daylight Time).
Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard: http://brettshavers.cc/index.php/books/placing-the-suspect-behind-the-keyboard
Hiding Behind the Keyboard: http://brettshavers.cc/index.php/books/hiding-behind-the-keyboard
I will be your presenter and look forward to seeing you online!