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2012


2012

John H. Riley, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Tuesday July 03, 2012 (17:01:21)   (5117 Reads)
John H. Riley
John, can you tell us something about your background and why you decided to teach digital forensics?

First, thanks for the opportunity to discuss our program. We're really proud of what we've accomplished here and believe we're contributing to the digital forensics community. I started as a mathematician (Ph.D., University of Connecticut, 1980) and then began to teach computer science as well as mathematics in the 1980s. I wrote two programming textbooks (Pascal, for the old timers). About six or seven years ago, my department was investigating majors that would be good for students. We decided upon computer forensics. It is an interesting, useful field of study that has worked really well for us and our students.   more ...

2012

Professor Golden G. Richard III, University of New Orleans

Friday June 15, 2012 (17:08:48)   (7429 Reads)
Golden G. Richard III
Golden, can you tell us something about your background and why you decided to teach digital forensics?

I studied computer science at the University of New Orleans, then went to Ohio State to get an M.S. and Ph.D. My evil plan to try to return to New Orleans worked, when a job opening at UNO appeared just as I was finishing up at Ohio State. I made a single job application (which slightly annoyed my advisor) and got the job.

I've been teaching at UNO since 1994. I've been "hacking" (in the positive sense of the word) since I was about 13--that's 35 years ago, although I don't really feel that old. Yet. I've always been interested in operating systems internals, filesystems, etc. When I met some people around 2001 that were starting a digital forensics conference, I realized that there could be a formal point and a focus for my tinkering. I started doing formal research in digital forensics around 2002 or so and classes in digital forensics at the University of New Orleans followed around 2003.   more ...

2012

John Patzakis, Founder and CEO of X1 Discovery

Wednesday May 16, 2012 (21:59:22)   (5749 Reads)
John Patzakis
John, the last time you were interviewed at Forensic Focus you were the Vice Chairman and Chief Legal Officer at Guidance Software. Now you're the founder and CEO of X1 Discovery - tell us about that move.

I am proud to have been a co-founder and part of the senior team at Guidance Software for ten years. The early days at Guidance were exciting as we sowed new fields, just as we are doing now at X1 Discovery. At Guidance, we first pioneered Windows-based forensics, which was the new paradigm and represented an order of magnitude improvement over Dos-based forensics. Then circa 2004, we introduced and championed the concept of enterprise in-house eDiscovery, a strategy that ended up being Guidance’s main force of growth leading to our IPO in 2006.   more ...

2012

Noreen Tehrani, Applied Trauma Psychologist, NTA

Tuesday May 15, 2012 (15:25:23)   (5288 Reads)
Noreen Tehrani
Can you tell us something about your background and why you decided to work in the field of applied trauma psychology?

I have had a very mixed career; I have worked in medical research, as a retail operations director, property development, Head of a counselling service and running my own company. I think that the fact that I have had lots of experience doing different things has been really helpful to me. Although I love research, at heart I am a practitioner and enjoy working with people and organisations to help them to have happy and healthy lives.

I don’t think that I set out to be an applied trauma psychologist – it was just that the work was interesting and I could see that it helped people deal with difficult issues.   more ...

2012

Keith Cottenden, Forensic Services Director, CY4OR

Wednesday April 18, 2012 (14:52:00)   (6230 Reads)
Keith Cottenden
Can you tell us something about your background and how you became involved in digital forensics?

I spent 22 years in the Royal Air Force Police specialising as a Counter Intelligence and Information Technology Security investigator; supporting criminal and security investigations by the examination of recovered computer media, using recognised forensic techniques. I have over twenty years experience of carrying out computer audits and investigating incidents of computer misuse, virus attacks, hacking and loss & theft of data. I have been in the private sector, specialising in digital forensics, for the last 8 years and have worked on behalf of law enforcement agencies, solicitors and corporate clients on a variety of UK based and international cases.   more ...