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I have multiple responsibilities. Internally, I work with a few R&D teams as an adviser for developing novel security technologies powered by mathematical models and advanced algorithms, and I also help introduce cutting-edge technologies to the company through continuous follow-ups and technology evaluation in relevant fields. I visit other R&D centers in Taipei and Nanjing a few times a year for collaborative projects. During the visit, I always conduct a few seminars at Trend University (an internal education program) to share the most recent technologies since I am based in Silicon Valley. In addition, I own an interesting research project in the area of byte-wise approximate matching that aims at building a framework for byte-wise file matching, searching and clustering.
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I did the "close by" ones (mix of Laptop and Desktop). Due to time constraints I used WinFE to boot all machines, then got the Bitlocker ID using manage-bde and finally called our internal service desk who supplied the Recovery Password which is stored in MBAM. Then I created Logical images in FTK Imager Lite which is part of my WinFE config by mounting the BitLocker drive in read-only mode...
I am a CyberPsychologist and Director of the RCSI CyberPsychology Research Centre, I am a Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Cyber Analytics of the Asia-Pacific Institute for Resilience and Sustainability (AIRS), which is jointly anchored at Swansea University’s Network Science Research Centre and Hawaii Pacific University.
The CyberPsychology Research Centre exists to provide analysis, insight and leadership in understanding the benefits, risks and applications of current and emerging human-technology interfaces. Our vision is that our research centre will become a global leader in producing research and supporting education and intervention at the intersection of psychology and technology.
TDFCon has been running for eleven years, and this year’s conference is being sponsored by Avatu and the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences. There will be a number of international speakers flying in for the conference, which will provide an in-depth look at current academic research in the field, as well as a wide range of industry presentations. There will also be opportunities to discuss research one-to-one with the speakers themselves, and a series of workshops where attendees can find out more about the subjects being presented.
Irvine, Ca. 4/27/2015
With the launch of Secure View 4 this Thursday, April 30th, 2015 new and current users will have access to the first ever ACCE analytics for mobile forensics called SV Detect. This breakthrough will allow users to increase conviction rates and build new evidence against past crimes. SV Detect will allow Secure View users to run newly acquired data against their old reports. This fantastic feature allows a user to run newly acquired contacts and text messages through old cases to match up data. This tool is a feature that can be turned on or off at your discretion. SV Detect is just one of the new features to be launched with Secure View 4.
BTRFS is a filesystem from Linux which has several distinctive features such as copy-on-write, checksumming, data scrubbing, and more.
ReclaiMe Data Recovery Company integrated a new data recovery algorithm using which you can recover data from a failed BTRFS volume in their data recovery software - ReclaiMe Pro.