Drop the mic...please.

Well...that didn't work out so well, did it?

I had a serious audio problem with the webinar today, from which I learned to mute attendees for the next time that someone doesn't mute their mic.  My fault on the audio, but on to the positive with the webinar: I'm going to make another (two more) presentations.  At the same time, I'm going to make it more in-depth, with more case studies, in more detail, at the same price of free.  Did I mention that I really feel bad about that audio problem.

Details on the upcoming presentations are at: http://courses.dfironlinetraining.com/series/case-studies-placing-the-suspect-behind-the-keyboard. In brief, I may be starting a series of Case Studies based on recent cases I find or cases of mine that I can talk about openly.  With that, this next presentation is Case Studies I - Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard (meaning that there most likely will be a Case Studies II, and a Case Studies III, etc...).  I'll provide case documents as I have them available for self-study into the cases that will be discussed.  My intention is to get you thinking like a detective in your cases, regardless of the type of case or importance of the case.  By important, I don't mean that any case is unimportant, but some cases are critical such as those that involve serious threats of harm to persons.  Every case is important to someone, but in some cases, people can be hurt or have been hurt in certain types of cases.

I am limiting the number of attendees to 50 per session and I'll have a promo each time for something neat.  For this upcoming session, I'm giving a promo of $45 (instead of the $799) to the full, 13-hour Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard course.  Next time, who knows what it will be and for what.  BTW, the sessions will not remain online past the dates presented as recordings.  These are one-time training sessions not to be repeated.

FAQ (that I've been asked so far...):

Will you keep recordings online for future reference?

Nope.  Either the presentations will be live or delivered as a recording on the day of release only.  

I missed the session, can you extend the promo for me?

Sorry.  The promotions are extremely short-lived for the few hours of the presentation time only because I'm near the point of making the course free when it goes from $799 to $45 (or so).

I missed the session.  Will it be replayed?

Nope. These will be shown once or twice at the most.

Can you put the videos on YouTube?

No Youtube for me.  I'm not a fan of Youtube 'training'.  The presentations I am giving each include a certificate of training attendance in order to give you documented training hours.  Sometimes you need to keep the mother-ship happy with training records, so I aim to help provide those records.  Also, it doesn't hurt to be able to claim training hours when you produce physical documentation instead of saying that you 'learned it on YouTube'. 

The direct link to the case study series is: http://courses.dfironlinetraining.com/series/case-studies-placing-the-suspect-behind-the-keyboard 

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