I created a poll on Twitter and LinkedIn asking if I should keep this monthly blog post at events costing under $50 or a different price point. The majority voted for listing all events regardless of price. Since so many people also voted to keep it the way it was, I also tried to find a solution that allows you to filter the events.
All events listed are virtual.
- Type “free” in the search box to only show free events.
- Type “under” in the search box to show events under $50.
- Be sure to hit the “Load More Events” button until you see “No More Events”.
- If I missed something when I originally posted this, I’ll add it, so check back or subscribe for updates.
The ongoing Blue Team CTFs and challenges have been moved to the Free Training page.
Ongoing Events & Training are at the bottom of this page.
CLICK THE “LOAD MORE EVENTS” BUTTON TO SEE ALL EVENTS
Ongoing Events & Training
Hack Summer: Saturdays 10am Pacific on YouTube. Go here for more information: https://theforeverstudent.com/introducing-hacksummer-33a00e78948d
Magnet Forensics Cache Up: Tuesdays at 11:00AM ET “Cache Up is an interview style show where I will get to speak with some people doing incredible work in forensics and get to know their work and them better.” Go here for more information: https://www.magnetforensics.com/cache-up
Life has no Ctrl + Alt + Delete. “Need to escape isolation and collaborate? Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12:30PM to 1PM EST, join Heather Mahalik, Cellebrite’s Sr. Director of Digital Intelligence, with guest speakers for live Meetups.” For more information, go here: https://www.cellebrite.com/en/life-has-no-ctrlaltdelete/
Forensic Lunch David Cowen hosts the Forensic Lunch Test Kitchen, a live technical show on YouTube where you can learn about different forensic tools. Subscribe to his YouTube channel Learn Forensics With David Cowen.
Forensic Happy Hour: Fridays at 5pm ET on the Mobile Forensic Investigations YouTube Channel
Mondays: #CyberMentoringMonday on Twitter (Created by Tanya Janca) Use the hashtag to ask questions or to find a mentor on a specific topic.
If you have questions for the Infosec Twitter community on other days, use the hashtag #AskInfosec
DFIR Social Media
Facebook: I listed some helpful Facebook groups here: https://dfirdiva.com/facebook-groups
Digital Forensics Discord Server A Beginner’s Guide to the Digital Forensics Discord Server has information on how to join. I cannot recommend this Discord Server enough. It’s a great community.
Cyber Social Hub “A place for Cybersecurity, DFIR, OSINT, Legal, and Technology Investigation Professionals to Connect and Collaborate”.
As always, there’s a list of regularly updated Free Training.