SANS

I currently train the SANS FOR610: Reverse Engineering Malware course.

You can check my SANS Instructor page for my upcoming courses:

When training FOR610, I maintain a notes page along with a parking lot for questions that need to be answered. Should you want to take a peek at what kinds of additional things we share in our classes, feel free to take a look:


Twitch / YouTube Training Sessions

One of my best friends in the world has entered into the #InfoSec realm! I was so dang happy that my good buddy Adam transitioned to my world that I sat with him for various Twitch training sessions. We sat and discussed concepts such as SOC interview fundamentals, email header analysis, and more.

You can view our sessions on my “Twitch Sessions” YouTube Playlist:

WARNING! Some audio may be NSFW! I have a dirty mouth it seems… 🙂

Pluralsight Courses

I have a few courses published on Pluralsight.com. I absolutely love the Pluralsight platform, and while I may not have published any public-facing courses recently, I work with the team on behind-the-scenes content such as curriculum endeavors often.

Hands-On Incident Response Fundamentals

https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/hands-on-incident-response-fundamentals

Operationalizing Cyber Threat Intel: Pivoting & Hunting

https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/operationalizing-cyber-threat-intel-pivoting-hunting

SOC Baseline Training

During my seven (7) years working for a large engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) company, I developed and delivered a 5-week baseline training curriculum for new hire SOC analysts. Heck, I ended up delivering the 5-week course over 10 times! Hah!

I eventually gave a presentation at BSides San Francisco 2019 on how to implement such a training program. My talk, entitled “Implementing a Kick-Butt Training Program: BLUE TEAM GO!” can be viewed on YouTube:

GitHub repo with PDFs: https://github.com/rj-chap/BaselineTraining