If you happen to be around San Jose tonight, Kyle is giving a talk on computer-things for the Silicon Valley Linux User’s Group. Based on Kyle’s book Knoppix Hacks, Kyle will be going over how to re-master Knoppix or something like that! The free event will be at 7 p.m. at Symantec in Mountain View.
If you can’t make it to that, Kyle is also speaking on Tuesday at the North Bay Linux Users Group, which he is also president of. I quote:
In this talk Kyle Rankin will provide an introduction to performing forensics analysis on Linux machines using the popular Sleuthkit tools with their easy-to-use Autopsy web-based front-end. The talk will cover initial installation and configuration of Sleuthkit and Autopsy, basic concepts and considerations for a forensics investigation, and at the end there will be a demo with a compromised Linux image.
That talk is Tuesday, February 12 at O’Reilly Media in Sebastopol.
Kyle is also speaking on similar topics at Penguicon this March, but unlike that conference, these speeches are free to attend. Hurrah!
UPDATE: Also, check out Kyle’s most recent article in TechTarget, Server names: A checklist for scalable schemes, about naming schemes for servers.
2 thoughts on “Kyle Speaks!”
If Troy owned a tuxedo, I would have him wear it in Kyle’s honor. Kyle has celebrity. He is smart. He is our friend. Thanks to Kyle, I had a huge smile on my face when I left the bookstore because his book was there near the section Troy was exploring! Hey, I know that guy. I totally hang out with him.
I know. I feel the same way.