Computer forensics session to be hosted by Kevin Cardwell at Hacker Halted Europe

Leading freelance constant Kevin Cardwell will be hosting a computer forensics session during the upcoming Hacker Halted Europe event, to be held in Reykjavik, Iceland on 7th and 8th October 2013.

The session is set to feature the process and methodology of computer forensics, where guests will learn how to conduct “live” forensics, and analyse memory as required to find suspect malware.

Furthermore, the session will be highlighting a range of intelligent attacks, and how to analyse the information from these attacks at the packet and/or memory level. The identification of malware, and the techniques that an attacker uses to hide information will also be covered.

Kevin Cardwell is a leading freelance consultant who has conducted 100 security assessments across the globe, where his expertise has found various ways for his clients to mitigate or limit the impact of security weaknesses.

Hacker Halted is the perfect platform for information security professionals to enhance knowledge and exchange views, as well as network with other security professionals. The event will be curating some of the most sought after technical training and certification classes, which will be run by top training companies and led by well-respected instructors.

The series, named Hacker Halted Academy, will feature an array of courses recognised by the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council), including Certified Ethical Hacker, Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator, Certified Security Analyst, Advanced Penetration Testing, Advanced Mobile Hacking & Forensics, Advanced Network Defence, Hacking Secure Encryption and Countermeasures, Securing Windows Infrastructure, and CISSP®.

To learn more about Hacker Halted Europe and Kevin Cardwell’s session, visit

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