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Interview with Brian Carrier, author of “File System Forensic Analysis"

Tuesday, April 19, 2005 (05:02:20)
Brian Carrier specializes in digital forensics and is the writer and maintainer of The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy, which are open source forensics tools. In this interview with IT-Observer he discusses digital forensics topics as well as his book...

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Approaches, Trends and the Real Market Definition for Log Management

Monday, April 18, 2005 (12:40:48)
SANS will present the following webcast on Tuesday, April 26 at 4:00 PM EDT (2000 UTC)

Featuring: Stephen Northcutt and Dominique Levin Sponsored by: LogLogic

Stephen Northcutt will share his analysis of the growing importance of proper log management, including real-world issues facing the IT community around best practices of log management, traditional approaches vs. new high-performance commercial solutions and the capturing of all log data messages including informational-levels. Northcutt will also address log management as a separate market, identify and define the market size, market segmentation, market drivers, as well as differentiate Log Management from other markets such as Network Performance and Availability Management or Security Management.

https://www.sans.org/webcasts/show.php?webcastid=90585

Cyber Forsensics…Still a Way to Go

Monday, April 18, 2005 (12:20:14)
Purdue’s Spafford is worried about the ad hoc nature of cyber forensics today. "I am concerned that we develop a more scientific and rigorous approach so that we may have confidence in the results,” he stressed. "It is unfortunate if we are unable to prosecute a criminal because we are unsure of our analysis; it is a greater tragedy if we wrongly accuse an innocent person of malfeasance because we have not appropriately gathered and analyzed the evidence.”

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5th Annual Digital Forensics Research Workshop

Sunday, April 17, 2005 (18:23:57)
The 5th Annual Digital Forensics Research Workshop (DFRWS 2005) has been added to the events page.

New forum for those looking to get started in computer forensics

Saturday, April 16, 2005 (18:49:46)
A new forum for those looking for advice on how to get started in the computer forensics industry has been created and can be found here.

Will members please make sure that this forum is the only one used for enquiries of this nature, thank you.